My CRK Collection

laizhekezhui

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Group shot of all the knives:
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Handmade Sebenzas, from top to bottom:
Titanium Folder No.21, the predecessor of Sebenza, handmade by Chris in South Africa in 1988
H Sebenza No.15, handmade by Chris Reeve in 1991
H Sebenza No.30, handmade by Chris Reeve in 1991
H Sebenza No.71, handmade by Chris Reeve in 1991
H Sebenza No.72 decorated, handmade by Chris Reeve in 1991
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P Sebenzas, from top to bottom:
Large P Sebenza No.5, made in 1992
Large P Sebenza No.290 decorated, made in 1994
Large P Sebenza No.69 decorated, made in 1992
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Regular Sebenzas, from left to right:
Large Regular Sebenza No.33, made in 1996
Large Regular Sebenza No.192 decorated, made in 1997
Large Regular Sebenza Gold Coin 2001 Chinese Panda No.11, made in 2001
Large Regular Sebenza with Fireball Damascus, made in 2002
Large Regular Sebenza Annual 2000, made in 2001
Small Regular Sebenza Annual 2000, made in 2000
Small Regular Sebenza Annual 1999, made in 1999
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Classic Sebenzas, from left to right:
Large Classic Sebenza Prototype No.5, handmade by Chris Reeve in 2000
Large Classic Sebenza 21st Anniversary Knife No.18, made in 2005
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One Piece Knives, from left to right:
Aviator No.75, handmade by Chris Reeve in South Africa in 1985
Dagger 7", handmade by Chris Reeve in South Africa in 1983
Kathathu Dagger 9", ground by Scott Cook, made in 2000
Kathathu Dagger 7.5", ground by Chris Reeve, made in 2001
Kathathu Dagger 5.5", ground by Scott Cook, made in 2001
Kathathu Dagger 4", ground by Chris Reeve, made in 2001
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Custom knives, from left to right:
Helix Folder No.11, pink ivory handle and damascus blade, handmade by Chris Reeve in South Africa in 1988
Lock-45 Folder No.7, handmade by Chris Reeve in 1990
Integral Fixed Knife No.1, one-off piece, pink ivory inlaid, handmade by Chris Reeve in South Africa in 1987
Inter-Outegral Fixed Knife, one-of-a-kind, giraffe bone inlaid, handmade by Chris Reeve in 2004
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And two walking canes, from left to right:
The walking cane on the left, pink ivory wood, handmade by Chris Reeve
The walking cane on the right, ivory and ebony inlaid, Chris Reeve signed, handmade by Chris Reeve in 1999
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sailfish

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I think seeing the H and P models is what makes me polish the blue off my studs on plain models. It just looks so clean and original. I passed on a '95 small P a few months ago and have been regretting since.
 

bart1

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Is the thumb stud on the top "P" original...looks like a transition from the "H"? Fantastic collection, not a yawner in the bunch!! Bart
 
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Wow unreal collection! I wish I kept some of my old ones from way back oh well live and learn.
 

laizhekezhui

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I think seeing the H and P models is what makes me polish the blue off my studs on plain models. It just looks so clean and original. I passed on a '95 small P a few months ago and have been regretting since.

Yes, I love the simple lines on H and P Sebenzas, snag one while you can!
 
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Ajack60

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Thank you !!!

It's nice to see the whole collection for a change instead of bits and pieces.
 

Lone_Wolfe

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Now this is a collection for the ages! Every knife a grail!
 

sailfish

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Amazing collection! I’m new to BF, are all crk knives numbered vintage and current?
No. Just the handmade "H" ones and the first few hundred of the production "P" ones. Followed maybe by some of the special edition ones.
 
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