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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by VCM3, Jan 21, 2008.
Thank you Duncan
Super pieces, Dan !
Spectacular,Herder !! Thanks for the look !
A Sea Scout Super well done, Kevin
Thanks all, for the nice comments on the New York stockman.
I sometimes wish this thread didn't have so many pages, because I always want to go back and look at so many great knives over and over again.
Fantastic knife V.P. !!!
Some may not know that it is an incredibly rare model.
The "600 Scout Knives" book by Joseph Kerr says it may be the rarest of all the official Boy Scout knives.
Today I received this nice ulster dwight devine & sons ebony jack. About 3 3/8" closed. Unused and uncleaned with factory edges. Very nicely preserved piece.
Now if I could just trade it for an equivalent schrade cut...
Boy Paul, what a great piece
I agree with my mate Paul H! Paul I would be ecstatic to own that - I think to myself when I see older Jacks like this and \ or actually a bit older in Ebony etc that “ this is a True Jack” And this is what I feel when looking at this wonderful knife of yours. Love the Super crisp Swage work too.
Thank you Paul and Duncan. I was lucky to grab this one before John did, he's pretty adept at getting those great BIN's from the bay.
Here's my latest Ulster acquisition... she's a beaut!
And some random pics I don't think I ever posted here of some Schrade Cut Co electrician knives
And another Schrade Cut Co just because
The Chunk91, beautiful old Ulster. I'd be hard pressed to trade that fine knife.
V.P., nice bunch of recent finds, but those Schrade cut electricians models are especially nice.
Fantastic parade of oldies, Kevin! I especially like that Schrade dogleg in ebony.
My Saturday sharpening buddy just gave me this sweet Cattaraugus swell center whittler. Too messed up for his tastes, but I say, "Two out of three ain't bad." It needs some cleaning, but the blades have solid action.
Nice schrades Kevin. Your candle end jack in not an often seen pattern.
Thanks all for the kind comments on my pearl senators.
Herder, beautiful NYK stockman!
Kevin, congratulations on the sea scout!, and a lovely array of others.
Excellent Ulster Dwight Divine, Paul!
Nice 2 out of 3 Catt whittler, r8shell!
Most barrel knives are oval in cross section, so they don’t roll well.
Just lovely !
My wife called me at work last week from an antique store, asking if i had ever heard of a “Wards” knife. She picked up this beauty and a scout knife for me, i dig this knife! It is solid, walks and talks, and most important of all has never been taken to the grinding wheel. If you look close you can still see the “Master Quality” blade etch.
6D3928B0-A3CD-4359-B131-C5EBB41FACD8 by jim nevill, on Flickr
68C0F9FF-3D46-4D03-918B-29AE777034E0 by jim nevill, on Flickr
3369225B-A48B-4752-A903-8E1DDBEEFC2A by jim nevill, on Flickr
Check the swedge!
7C572081-CFC0-40E1-A17D-14E6FA853B53 by jim nevill, on Flickr
4D84B443-448E-4A00-A086-252CD96158F4 by jim nevill, on Flickr
Here are three Imperials, only one of which is crimped handles. Imperial made good knives at one point in time.
9A207EF7-987F-4490-98D8-C35E688F1056 by jim nevill, on Flickr
3F979F2D-1DDD-4B88-8D3D-2AA9D53AC792 by jim nevill, on Flickr
AA399511-8032-4A5F-954B-9391CEA3A6CE by jim nevill, on Flickr
Here are two Pals...
9ED55488-783A-4D69-A79D-A9253744CD9B by jim nevill, on Flickr
C5429E7F-F7F5-4B7F-80A6-E5D11B40C5EA by jim nevill, on Flickr
A3CA394E-7BCE-446E-8BE0-4DDC967238C2 by jim nevill, on Flickr