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    Thanks for the good comments ,again,these are not my knives.But I asked permission from my "Goodfella" friend,to share these here with you.When I saw the scans I liked what I saw & knew you all would too,enjoy,
    -Vince
    Last edited by VCM3; 01-31-2011 at 10:42 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomason View Post
    Thanks for posting that picture, Vince. It is now my new computer wallpaper
    I also plastered it on my desktop! Nice pic, Vince;
    Thanks!!

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    Keep 'em coming ??


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    beautiful knives, thanks for sharing. Joe

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    These are Great.

    What is the oldest in your Collection?

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    Keep them coming Vince, thats why we're here.

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    "Kentucky mint." Sounds like something the ole dawg would say. Beautiful old knives btw. My searches for good old knives on the internet and in person usually end up disappointing. Hard to find the really great ones.
    My avatar: Tony Bose 3.5 Wharncliffe trapper, acid etched A-2 blades, antique Remington bone, federal shield, 416 SS fluted bolster and cap.

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    Sunday Treat

    Not mine guys,just sharing.But I do likey!!!!




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    Some nice scales there.
    You don't have to own them, I bet it feels good just touching 'em.

    If you can, keep em coming. some beautiful wallpaper material.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stockman242 View Post
    Some nice scales there.
    You don't have to own them, I bet it feels good just touching 'em.

    If you can, keep em coming. some beautiful wallpaper material.
    Now the scales on the Naponoch are not what you would regularly see on a Naponoch
    The Federal shield knife is a Cattaraugus
    Can't touch 'em,either,just sharing images that I know will be loved & enjoyed by you Folks here
    -Vince

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    Great pictures Vince. Knife lovers porn!! I've been enjoying the "staggy" pic as my desktop, but thought I would create a "jiggy" one! Not as dramatic, but definitely juicy, I think!

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    Great Knives Vince & Charlie!! Thanks for the Pix. I would like to have them All.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Robuck View Post
    Vince,

    What I meant was that with all of the fakes and highly buffed knives out there today it's hard to find good old knives, even aside of the mint ones. Some people today think old knives need to shine like fishing lures, which must work because there are suckers who buy them.
    Hi Mike. I just got burned on ebay for a highly buffed knife. It was so hard to tell from the picture.It's out of circulation now.

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    Waynorth, what is the make on the lockback on the bottom right? My friend just picked up an Identical one marked Excelsior Cutlery Company.

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    Rivit, it's marked Ulster, with Ellenville under it. I wonder if Ulster made the Excelsior??

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    OVB Barlow trapper

    Check this out,old flushjoint,too



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    I would bet that Ulster did make the Excelsior. Thanks for the great pic. Maybe I will try to make one of my own later since I got some new ones this weekend.

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    Thats the first time I've seen a flush joint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by navihawk View Post
    Thats the first time I've seen a flush joint.
    Feast your eyes on this then :

    http://boseknives.com/images/tbose-s...dtrapper83.jpg

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    Nice. I like the reliefs to keep from scratching the tangs.Thats fit & finish.

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