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Bear had some nice stag and damascus folders.
I think the stamp on both blades is what the separation is. Can't find a pattern number on this knife. It doesn't appear to have been cobbled....
My Winchester Dog Leg Jack. Notice the clip secondary blade. There is something avid Winchester collectors look for in the tang stamp.
Frank Buster did most of the design work for Fight'n Roosters and they were made in the Olbertz shop. It was almost impossible to get a hold of...
Good un's !!
Here's one of my Dorton era Bulldogs. Some of the finest pocket knives ever made. I rarely say that but, in the case of the Dorton Bulldogs I...
When it comes to Cripple Creeks, you have to realize that Cargill wasn't confined to a certain regimen like you see in large knife manufacturers....
"So how common is it to see an Old Fort CC without any tang stamps at all? Just a blade etching. No date."
It isn't common at all. I believe the...
After going back thru this thread a few times I realized I left out the 1984 2nd & 3rd quarter Smoke Signals. I tried going back and
Additional info has been posted on page 24 regarding the 2nd Ann. knife. The knife appears on page 23 and 24. A letter from Cargill
came with each...
Another. Sleek little guy.
Another with the Cargill stamp. The Oak Leaf shield was common on Cargill knives but is rare on the Cripple Creek knives he made.
A customized Clasp Knife with Buffalo Horn scales and a 1929 Indian Head 2 1/2 dollar gold piece. The back of the blade is engraved:
Made For Greg...
There is a ton of info in this thread. https://www.bladeforums.com/threads/black-box-winchesters.562111/
Good stuff Rookie! Cargill was the Presidemt of the AECA for quite a while. I believe the "Sowrat" pattern was an AECA piece too.
The thing about...
We really should wait until an auction is over before we draw attention to something that is for sale.
Anybody that is looking for knives already...
Scanned this page from one of my Cargill catalogs.
The Chief Anderson knives on page 3 has photos of all 15 pieces in the series.