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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by waynorth, Nov 12, 2012.
Nothing wrong with that one, Ron!
Today I’m carrying an Everyday Barlow
I took a family portrait or three after I added a new one (far left).
WHAT a collection !!!!!!
Stuart - that's a very nice line up of gorgeous Knives my friend- Whew!
Thanks, guys. Here's a sneaky one that I found at the bar, shirking his family portrait duties.
Stuart I found his brother in a case of old Cases. Well this little fella caught my eye,so I just HAD to pay the adoption fees and carry him home
Imagine my surprise to be thrilled with this mint,with factory edges one armed barlow. Then to log in to share it here to see you posted one like it before me.
That one is absolutely fabulous, David!! As you said, excellent condition and deep color. Makes mine look like the proverbial red-bone stepchild. I'm so glad that you saved that one from an uncertain future AND that you shared it. Kudos, pal.
The beauty of the Barlow, as mentioned at the beginning of this thread, is that even the homeliest Barlow looks handsome as a working knife.
Those Barlows were made in the Glory Days of Queen!!!
Hidden "sunk" tangs and wonderful coloring of the bone are just some of the great features of those knives!!
Thanks, Charlie.They do have those favorable feature, yet are still humble and honest knives. Form and function, together at the simplest level. (Though you have concocted some that elevate the genus greatly.)
Thanks Stuart!! A Barlow for every pocket!!
A great collection of beautiful Queen Barlows Stuart!
Thanks for sharing! Great photography!
Nice collection Stuart, especially all the brown/amber sawcut
Even better. That's how you do it. Great pic, Harvey (fine knives, too).
@Duckdog - Thank you kindly, Stuart. You have a stunning collection of Barlows. Of all the Traditional patterns, it is the Barlow, my first love.
Nice looking Eye, Harvey!