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    Thank you for the ID, Charlie! Those are some beauties! ...I like Duncan's pick for HJ #7!

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    Some great looking HJ's Charlie... Some real dandies
    in that line up!

    Jason

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    Here are a couple of H-B (HUMASON & BECKLEY) (1852-1916) wharncliffe whittlers with pearl scales. Charles

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    Those are great Charles. Don't see many of those, especially in pearl. H&B sure made some excellent knives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Robuck View Post
    Those are great Charles. Don't see many of those, especially in pearl. H&B sure made some excellent knives.
    That's for sure. I only have three H&B knives and they are all very well made. Those pearl whittlers are outstanding!

  6. Gorgeous whittlers, Charles!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lambertiana View Post
    That's for sure. I only have three H&B knives and they are all very well made. Those pearl whittlers are outstanding!
    Have you already posted them somewhere in this thread? If not, I'd love to see them. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Robuck View Post
    Have you already posted them somewhere in this thread? If not, I'd love to see them. Thanks.
    Actually, now that I think about it, I think I have five. But right now I can only find pictures of these two



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    Both are of those H&B knives are dandies. I like the pen blade on the jack and it looks like there's a lot of gold leaf under the tortoise scale of the second. Thanks for posting them.

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    What a coincidence! I picked up an H&B at an antique store on vacation. For being over 100 years old it is in very nice condition. The original owner definitely took care of it.


    -Tom

    Looking for Easy Open Jacks of all variety...

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    A small H&B whittler with pearl scales. Charles

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    This knife is marked Northfield Knife Co Un -X- LD ". (1858-1919) The knife measures approx. 3" in length. The blades are approx. 1 1/2" and 2 1/2". The larger one is etched, as seen in the photo. They still have original mirror like finishes. Pearl handles are beautiful. Blades are very tight. Story is that this was something that was passed down in the family and not used.

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    Charles, in my book the sign of real cutler's talent is an exceptionally ground small blade. That Northfield is a good example, both master and pen are well done.

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    Another Northfield UN-X-LD Knife Co. a Wharncliffe whittler stamped with Northfield Knife Co. on small blades, (1876/1919) ,3 1/8" closed,genuine pearl handles ,it is in excellent cleaned condition. Charles

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  15. Beautiful Northfields, Charles!

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    Lawton Cutlery Co.(1890-1895) Pearl Rev. Peanut. The knife measures 3". Pins, shield, bolsters and liners are all nickel silver. The blades are both marked and in excellent condition with hard snap and half stops.

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    Made in USA stockman

    Buck 112 2 dot

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    Here is 2 blade jack knife marked Innocent and Sons. My resources indicate this one is late 1800s Sheffield made. Knife is 3 1/4" closed. Charles
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    H & B Mfg Co New Britain Conn (1853-1912) Bare head jack DSC03795.jpgDSC03796.jpgDSC03797.jpgDSC03798.jpgGenuine MOP knife both blades have good snap with 1/2 stops. The handles are genuine mother of pearl and in nice shape No chips. The Bolsters are Nickel Silver and the liners are brass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuko View Post
    Here is 2 blade jack knife marked Innocent and Sons. My resources indicate this one is late 1800s Sheffield made. Knife is 3 1/4" closed. Charles
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    Love this knife! If you ever decide to take some more pictures that would be cool

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    Ken Erickson Custom Knives

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