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    Doug, Thank you for the info! Roland, that's quite a haul!

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    Oh Yeah...Stunning Knives Roland - its always a pleasure to see you lovely line up!
    Gary Watson 16 Nov 1956 - 21 Dec 2009. Missed Incredibly.

    psssssst, want a beautiful Barlow? I know just the guy who can help ya out
    Wanted: Charlies SFO'S I would like to collect these, please contact me - thanks very much. Do you have any HJ's? Duncan.

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    Roland, both of those are fantastic. Love that equal end.

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    Nice Jacks, Roland!!
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    Nice working Jacks. Big and small pruner, and a rope blade - everything you need, Vanguard!
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    One of my favorite threads here in Traditional's!
    Here is a little equal end pen that was generously gifted to me at the 2012 Blade show by a forum member here

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    Walden NY

    Closed length
    3 1/4 closed
    Single spring , no catch bit
    No half-stops


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    Nice pen knife, Ken. Great lines. Does it have semi-sunk joints?
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    Quote Originally Posted by waynorth View Post
    Nice pen knife, Ken. Great lines. Does it have semi-sunk joints?


    I would consider them semi-sunk as you can just feel a hint of the run-up.
    It really is a nice little knife.
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    Very nice indeed! Thanks for the closed view!!
    Are you going to make one?
    After you finish your "3-thick" of course!!
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    No plans for the foreseeable future Charlie, maybe someday down the road.
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    That's a beauty, Ken.

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    I went down to my P.O. Box yesterday, hoping this knife would be there! I am not familiar with the pattern, and this is the first one I have seen marked Schrade Cut Co..
    Of course it is a "regular" Jack, where the end widens or swells. But it is a hair or two over Four Inches long!! Therein lies the rarity!!
    And it has all the hallmarks of being an oldie. Arched tang stamps, nice swedge work, and wonderful random-jigged bone like you see on the older pieces from the Walden area; Walden, New York, and Schrade Cutleries shared a bone handle shop, and you will see similarities in their jigging if you study the old knives. Some call it "pick bone".
    Without further delay, check this sucker out!!




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    I don't know how you do it, Charlie! What a pleasure!

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    In this case the magic formula is:
    1)bid high on Ebay
    2)eat beans and rice for dinner!
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    Gorgeous Schrade!
    I saw the ending price...wheew! You've got expensive taste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard41xx View Post
    Gorgeous Schrade!
    I saw the ending price...wheew! You've got expensive taste.
    Beans are an acquired taste, actually!
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    Quote Originally Posted by waynorth View Post
    Beans are an acquired taste, actually!
    A taste I acquired early as a child. A shame my tastes have changed. Maybe I'd have nicer knives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waynorth View Post
    I went down to my P.O. Box yesterday, hoping this knife would be there! I am not familiar with the pattern, and this is the first one I have seen marked Schrade Cut Co..
    Of course it is a "regular" Jack, where the end widens or swells. But it is a hair or two over Four Inches long!! Therein lies the rarity!!
    And it has all the hallmarks of being an oldie. Arched tang stamps, nice swedge work, and wonderful random-jigged bone like you see on the older pieces from the Walden area; Walden, New York, and Schrade Cutleries shared a bone handle shop, and you will see similarities in their jigging if you study the old knives. Some call it "pick bone".
    Without further delay, check this sucker out!!
    Charlie, That knife is SWEET! The pattern appears to be closely related to the Barlow Knife?
    -Bruce
    RAT PACK # 1001

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ballenxj View Post
    Charlie, That knife is SWEET! The pattern appears to be closely related to the Barlow Knife?
    -Bruce
    This knife and the standard Barlow are related in that they are both "regular" or "swell-end" Jacks, Bruce, but the traditional Barlow is under 3 1/2" long whereas this Jack is over 4"!
    Related like Mutt and Jeff!
    Last edited by waynorth; 10-20-2012 at 09:35 PM. Reason: punctuation
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