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This might surprise you, but I never touch a knife to a chicken or chicken parts until they are cooked. Never have a reason to. I buy thighs or...
This company (Buffalo, NY) dates from 1837 to 1928. The cleaver is 31.5 inches overall weighs 5 pounds 14 ounces. Just right for filleting...
Bread knives. The last one is a Landers Frary & Clark; the etch doesn't show well in this image.[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
A Southington (Connecticut) lockback English jack or maybe stabber, as you please. 1869-1905.[ATTACH]
Duncan's carvers (wow!) made me think of an unusual one I have around here somewhere.[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Oh, my! 881 ways to leave your lover!
I wanted to buy a twin to Grand Dad's last pocket knife, so I did. Grand Dad would have been 144 this June; he was born a week before Custer's...
Yes, it is the pattern number.
Schrade's faux stag was called Staglon®. I forgot what Boker called theirs but it was not Delrin in the earlier knives and has never looked really...
As was mentioned, they marketed it as India Stag or Indian Stag, I forget which. For Delrin I think that it is quite nice.[ATTACH]
There are a few fixies that I think could go here? A couple of Marbles, an Ideal and a Woodcraft. For people with 'deep pockets,' in the less...
Ah, yes, Charlie- surely you have needlessly restricted yourself.
That is a dandy! Just super! And I also like it!
Mustard/horseradish spreader would get my vote. Don't want to grow another beard-been there done that-many times.
That sure is pretty old bone.
Slightly off the original question: I believe that this brand, although imported from Solingen, Germany, was a Canadian outlet, perhaps a hardware...
I know they're small but that's a lotta arn to be packin' in one day.
A snip from my computer; I have these Nordics; some are puukkos. Love them all.[ATTACH]
Otters young and old.[ATTACH] [ATTACH]