I’ve always loved the 55… my old boss has carried one for many years. IMO not many knives look like they belong on the job site all day, yet with a little polishing can pass off as a “gentleman’s folder” when out on the town.Been wanting a Clip blade 055 for quite awhile. Since before Buck started using Ebony again. Glad I waited. I hand picked this one today from the only knife store close enough to me that I can visit there a couple times a year.
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You can try what i do. Take a picture of the knife a little further away ( not too far ) then edit the picture by cropping so the knife is bigger. I know it makes the tang stamps a little blurry if you are too far out so experiment with the distance. Then i copy and paste to the thread. Also if you have too much stuff in the picture like props or a lot of colorful patterns and ornaments i think it puts the MB’s up making the picture too big or busy. Just what i learned.Hope this is small enough!
Clint, I use Imgur...lifted this by using my iPhone to get a photo, transferred to Imgur, clicked on BBCode...Well..at least it made it home! First time seller with no feedback I took a chance with a $200.00 offer that he accepted. But after a shipping label was issued there was nothing more till it was delivered. I seen the same 112 offered for $750.00 and several other listings for over $500.00. The knife itself is pristine also the wood display case..I'll have to look and see of any other of Yellowhorse 112's had stones or jewels inset in the bolsters. I don't remember seeing one and that's why I made a offer. That's the main criteria I look for when I add one to the collection..odd.