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    A couple old Remingtons.
    First a Muskrat



    Second a Hawkbill

    Last edited by d.parker; 02-18-2008 at 09:22 PM. Reason: Add Image
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    Nice Remingtons, dpzer! It's nice to see an upscale Hawk!!

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    I can't see the second blade on the muskrat

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    Those knives are really nice dpzer....great bone scales.

    This is the English version of Waynorth's Schrade budding/prunning knife from a few posts ago.


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    Great old Saynor S-K. That Stag looks as good as day one.
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    Nice knives on the start of another page & Thanks for keeping it going
    -Vince

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    Wards Stockman

    dpzer,those Remingtons are really cool.Thanks for showing them

    Here is a Wards 3-7/8" stockman with a punch,and it has double liners





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    Here is a Keen Kutter barlow that I have had for a while but never got around to posting.

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    That Wards Stockman is great.The worked liners and the way the blades lay in, not to mention the squareness of the thing, it has alot going on.That one was someones favorite.

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    Back in its day this was an EDC for lots of folks, Press Button Knife Co, Cira around 19?? to 1923, me thinks.

    James
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    If I'm not mistaken the Press Button Knife Co. stamp was only used until 1923. I always loved the buttons in the bolsters on these. - Dan

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    The bone on that thing is incredible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rivit View Post
    If I'm not mistaken the Press Button Knife Co. stamp was only used until 1923. I always loved the buttons in the bolsters on these. - Dan
    Thank You, I have never taken time to look it up, a friend of mine gave me this knife, it had been in his grandfathers trunk for years, that was in 1969, and I have had it since, The springs still are strong and it snaps open well. It was wrapped in wax paper of some sort. Fairly pristine and unused. I do appreciate the information.
    James

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    A couple Tested XX (1920-40) A XX (1940-64) These Knives are all Board Knives.
    First A Tested XX 2217 3 7/8" Half Hawk



    Second a Tested XX 2231 1/2 3 3/4" Long pull



    Last A Case XX 230551/2 PU A very rare Knife.

    Last edited by d.parker; 02-20-2008 at 11:47 PM.
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    Nice old Case knives dpzer! I particularly like the Cattle knife!

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    Great looking knives dpzer. This Thomas Turner & Co is similar to the first in your last post... maybe a little older I think. It has the flush-end construction shown earlier in this thread.



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    Big Ol' Catt

    A big thanks to everyone for all the images

    This knife is in very excellent condition,you can see.And the large bone scales are magnificent





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    Man thats a dandy Vince!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dpzer View Post
    Man thats a dandy Vince!!!
    Give Vince a double on that!
    James

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    Sweet one Vince. That Catt'l purr 4 sure!

    Have a double, and a Havana, and put it on Jim's tab.
    Where you sit determines what you see.
    -Ford

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