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    This is one I picked up rom E.L. "Gene" Iverson, he makes an exquisite folder.

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    Eisman the Davison in Westinghouse is one of my all time favorite knives, I was SUPER jealous when it was snagged. Knife envy is a terrible thing Here are a couple more that have moved on to other homes.

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    I just happen to be toting one today

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    I really like wharnies... though I have just one right now. The "swung" in at the back of the blade and the blade-down-tip make is a really classy looking blade. Maybe I gonna give a try on an Opinel mod with a wharncliffe, when I find time for doing that job

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    While I like both wharncliffe and sheepsfoot blades, I like a wharncliffe a smide better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FLymon View Post
    I just happen to be toting one today

    What a beautiful knife. Great picture.

    Quote Originally Posted by biglmbass View Post
    While I like both wharncliffe and sheepsfoot blades, I like a wharncliffe a smide better.
    What, pray tell, is that? Congress? Looks like a great combination of blades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BladeScout View Post


    Well done!! Though I would say that it is more of a sheepsfoot, I very impressed! When my grandpa gave me his mangled mess of an Opinel No.8, I considered doing this, but I went with a drop point to make it a bushcrafter instead
    I just need to stop putting such fragile edges on mine though, I keep rolling the edge really badly on things that I would consider normal...ah well, you live an you learn!

    Any reason why you cut them down?

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    Pertinix,

    It's a Great Eastern 4-blade congress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biglmbass View Post
    Pertinix,

    It's a Great Eastern 4-blade congress.
    Thanks! I know I've seen pictures of them before, but none have caught my eye the way yours just did. Cool picture of a great knife. :-)

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    Great thread!




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    Quote Originally Posted by pertinux View Post
    Can you hold a bank balance in your hand?

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    LOL, nope! But I can't hold my son's school tuition in hand either... I'm gonna find a way, that knife has been on my wish list since I first saw it last year. Hmmm, Father's Day is coming up, maybe a couple of hints will do it, and I left the page up on the computer last night, and the paper catalog is open to it in our bedroom (and I circled the Peanut)

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    Who me. Wharncliffs?



















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    Quote Originally Posted by Bastid View Post
    Who me. Wharncliffs?
    JERK!!!!! (those are some seriously nice wharnies - congrats)

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    Bastid, that is a spread befitting a King!!!
    Lots of real gems thru out this thread...I just had to bookmark this one for later viewing

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    So many beauties, all in one place!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gevonovich View Post
    So many beauties, all in one place!!

    I couldn't agree more! Here's my humble contribution since I just got these two beauties in the mail today!
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    "If I have a day of super heroic, save the day, chop through a burning building to save orphans planned, then it doesn't matter what knife I have on me, since it's all in my head anyways." - goodeyesniper

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  19. Also, this one is soon to join the herd.


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    Wharncliffe blade was the main reason I picked up this guy.

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