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  1. Rusty1

    June Rendezvous?

    Oops. Doubled up on some of the images it seems.
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    June Rendezvous?

    Enjoyed this years rendezvous, this is a fun event! and looking forward already to the next. Always good to see faces from others years and meeting new venturers to Titusville this year. Hope to see Charlie back next year and maybe Harry can’t make it but will be with us in our minds. Of course...
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    The unofficial, non binding, carries no weight, 2021 forum knife possibility discussion thread

    Move on guy's it in the past now! you can only change what happens moving forward on a positive note. Russell
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    A Joyful Package on a Special Day!!

    Congratulations Charlie! Lovely gifts from family and friends! Russell
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    Here we go again

    I have heard about this happening on several Mountain Man knives, not others though. Russell
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    What Makes a Good, Traditional Barlow?

    Absolutely Love some Strawberry bone. What a line up! Russell
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    The " Roosters " are crowing for the " Farmers"

    :) It was directed to Anne No middle initial not Anna M:) Russell
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    The " Roosters " are crowing for the " Farmers"

    Yes, I would of thought so too! Back then about that time though Women were all about equality and out making a stand for themselves. Michell’s had a nursery in upstate NY. Plenty of need for that main Jack blade profile. Maybe! Russell
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    The " Roosters " are crowing for the " Farmers"

    Just found this quickly. Possible family name. Anne Michell. Russell https://www.geni.com/people/Frederick-Fridolin-Michell/6000000064491723857
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    What Makes a Good, Traditional Barlow?

    I’m sure Charlie can elaborate further. Here for anyone’s walk back in time is the start of the Ancient run story. Russell https://www.bladeforums.com/threads/what-makes-a-good-traditional-barlow.1009441/page-42
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    What Makes a Good, Traditional Barlow?

    For those who maybe under the impression that saw cut takes it’s name from dragging a saw across the face of the bone is being misled. Nice story Jake and your Queen Barlow came out really good! The same has been recently seen on a Barlow made by Case. I digress with the original start of...
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    Tidings and the return of Schatt and Morgan?

    The positive thing is to look hopeful, but based on the pics posted hopeful has to step up It's game. Varying faults throughout the samples. Russell
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    What Makes a Good, Traditional Barlow?

    Whhooo. That’s a looker. Glad Bill is making another run for you Charlie! Russell
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    Albers Cutlery Company

    Page 24 for the pink tissue pics. Russell
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    Albers Cutlery Company

    Really like the Macadamia wood. That’s a sharp looker. Russell
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