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I have an old knife with pearl scales, one of the slabs is a little wobbly as it has elongated the holes in the scale material where they are...
A couple bigger Case XX knives
Never seen jigged bone like that, was that an offering in 1990?
Any after shots for reference?
Is something like that viewed positively in the eyes of a collector? If I had an inverted Buck 110 or something, a SPA treatment wouldn't devalue...
I have some older Bucks that have some build up on them, wasn't sure if people treat Buck knives any different than most vintage traditional...
My knife seems to fit pretty shallow and well in this 110 sheath[ATTACH][ATTACH]
Thank you, it is a lacquered wooden board about 10" high x 24" wide I believe. From what I've heard they were found by the dozens at one of the...
Did the first year Buck 112 with micarta slabs, inverted BUCK U.S.A. stamp and brass spacer bar have a 112 labeled sheath or did they use 110...
Not the best picture but I am in love with these dogs
Don't usually like fish scaler knives or toothpick knives but I'd make an exception for this one
Thats a rare one, the BSA sturdy boy. Very nice
I don't think I own a single texas toothpick, if I do its in the for-sale pile
That challenge looks so sharp I think the swedges would draw blood
In continuing my KA-BAR collection, haven't seen an English Jack from them so I had to get in on it
Some of the best bone in the bizz
Some of my favorite stuff, Union Cutlery is what I've tried to focus on[ATTACH]
A union cutlery swing guard and a case xx cheetah
I had a few of my old swiss army knives out the other day, these date from the 30s or thereabouts. Not sure how many of you like swiss army knives...
Found this first year Barber quarter today metal detecting the nasty fringe of an old city park. I tried to find a cool knife that might have been...