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    "Old Knives"

    Great World's Fair knife Eric. Another from the 1904 World's fair.
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    "Old Knives"

    Nice knife Kevin. I have one from Philadelphia about the same time as your's. This one made by D Peres of Solingen.
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    "Old Knives"

    Hi Paul, I think the scales on your CJ knife are buffalo horn.
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    "Old Knives"

    Beautiful pruners :-)
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    "Old Knives"

    I thoroughly enjoyed catching up on the posts from the last few weeks. The quality of old knives shown is fantastic. Thank you everyone. I especially like the pruning knives. This is a F. Newton knife
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    "Old Knives"

    Here's a little information on pressed horn from an 1844 article on Sheffield cutlery. First paragraph on the right column. Hope it is legible .
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    "Old Knives"

    A J.S. Holler & Co Premium Stock knife made in Solingen circa 1900. Also stamped Adolph Blaich which was a San Francisco based sporting goods retailer. PB photos from a few years ago gone so reposting.
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    Souvenir Knives!

    Here's one from Cuba.
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    Souvenir Knives!

    Hi Will, Yes cast aluminium.
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    Souvenir Knives!

    1930s souvenir from Philadelphia. D Peres Solingen.
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    Souvenir Knives!

    A 1904 St Louis World's Fair knife. A.J. Jordan was a St Louis based importer.
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    Round up those Cattle Knives!!

    This Camillus may be the only example I have.
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    old pruning knives

    An old French pruning knife. No metal liners on this one... just thick stag scales.
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    old pruning knives

    Here's one....
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    old pruning knives

    Hi John, Three blue boxes appear at the bottom right of the post box. Click on the middle box "Upload a File" search for the photo you want on your hard drive. Select the photo and click "Open". The photo should appear in your post. Select thumbnail or full image as desired. When finished, click...
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    old pruning knives

    Hi John, Welcome on board. I like old pruning knives. :-)
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    "Old Knives"

    Beautiful knife, it appears to be an example of the Gottleib Hammesfahr 1897 patent. Made in Germany and Sweden. Stainless blades perhaps from the 1920s-30s.
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    "Old Knives"

    This Remington has seen better days... lots of character though. :-)
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    Guardians of The Lambsfoot!

    Happy to defer to your expertise Jack. We'll call that blade a sheepsfoot.
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