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    I was feeling kind of "down" this last week
    This really made my day!!!
    Thank you Phil
    Great thread
    I LOVE looking at pictures of Camillus knives

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    thanks phil! and congrats on 1000 posts!
    regards
    gene

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stelth View Post
    Great pic Stelth!!
    Shame about that shrunken celluloid handle but the knife still works!
    Фил Гиббс
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    No worries; it's still nice and it will get use. Thank you again.

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    THANKS PHIL! Both great knives. Long pulls... Rogers Bone... MOP... The jack goes to work tomorrow!
    Last edited by thawk; 04-08-2011 at 05:48 AM.

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    Hey Phil -- Thanks again! The little Stockman arrived safely in yesterday's mail. Being a "spike person" I especially enjoy the punch blade. I feel inspired to do some leatherwork. Umm...let me see, there must be a knife somewhere around here that needs a sheath

    Oh! And the pattern number "64" on the clip's reverse tang has me realizing that I don't have a list of Camillus pattern numbers! (??) WHERE is a list??

    Okay, I'm off on a run. We have lambs due to start hitting the ground next week and there's lots to make ready.
    TTFN Jim

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    Mine showed up today and it is a great knife. Thank You Very Much, Phil. Camillus Deluxe Stock Knife pattern 69 with "For Flesh Only" on one blade. Thanks again, Phil!!


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    Phil,
    Great pair of shoes!
    My wife whom does not show an interest in these sharp objects of my addiction has fallen for the smaller of the 2. (I'll post a picture later)
    I may have to trade with her.
    Thanks for these great little pieces of history.
    Larry

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    Thanks again to Phil and everyone that posted the great knives. Here's the beauty that I just got-

    By coniferwoodsman at 2011-04-09


    By coniferwoodsman at 2011-04-09


    By coniferwoodsman at 2011-04-09

    It is great whittler pattern and a knife that I am very proud to own.

    This one is my new 'Sunday-Go-To-Meetin' Knife.
    Last edited by coniferwoodsman; 04-09-2011 at 07:00 PM.

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    thanks phil!

    Phil, received mine friday! Thanks so much for the demo knife, it replaces the one i gave to my son a few years back, this one is in nicer shape, looks to have the orig grinds and everything, excellent and much appreciated!
    Here it is with one of my brass '99 "petty girl" zippos, pretty lady and camillus knife!
    thanks again
    gene


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    Phil must know I am a history buff!!!
    I love it!!!
    It's now my oldest Camillus in my collection

    One side is stamped:
    Chicago 1933
    The other side:
    A Century Of Progress

    A Century of Progress International Exposition was the name of a World's Fair held in Chicago from 1933 to 1934 to celebrate the city's centennial. The theme of the fair was technological innovation. Its motto was "Science Finds, Industry Applies, Man Adapts" and its architectural symbol was the Sky Ride, a transporter bridge perpendicular to the shore on which one could ride from one side of the fair to the other.
    Century of Progress













    Thank you again Phil
    When I hold it I can start daydreaming about what life was like in Chicago circa 1933
    That is the part I love about knife collecting.....

    (Sorry for crappy pics
    I was tripodless
    My I guess my hands are not as steady in my advancing years....hehhehehe)

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    Well looks like I missed this contest , but still want to show my love for Camillus, so here are my pics.






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    I love looked at pictures of Camillus knives. Therefore propose not to finish this topic and continue to upload their pictures, though the contest long time has ended.

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    My electricians: non marked (#1770 -?) & TL-29 (4 line tang stamp)


    My military: #1760 & #5733
    Last edited by Vit_213; 05-30-2011 at 12:47 AM.

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    Small Lockbacks: #61 & #CL5812


    Sierra Medium Lockback #903F


    Mini Double Lockback Promaster #902B

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    Thanks, Phil!
    This is a very wonderful knives.


    Can you dating them both?
    What model number of Lipic?

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    Vit_213,
    We manufactured knives for the LIPIC Pen Co. If my memory is correct they were a Camillus customer in the 1950's and 1960's.

    Tom Williams

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Gibbs View Post
    Can't imagine life without a TL-29!
    I forgot about the blue ones; is that branded Channellock?
    Nope. Just plain blue scales. I think I got it from SMKW a long while back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guyon View Post
    Nope. Just plain blue scales. I think I got it from SMKW a long while back.
    Hey Guyon!

    Stunning coincidence you checked back here just before The Blade Show.

    Perhaps you heard a rumor about your Prize?
    Фил Гиббс
    Jack of all Knives....
    Master of None!

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