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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by waynorth, Feb 17, 2009.
Made my day to see that SCC!! Such a Big Beauty!!
Thanks Charlie, made my day also when I opened the package. In all the years I've been looking for vintage sheepsfoot main Jacks I've only been able to acquire 4 of them.
As many great knives as you get, I'm sure every day at the mailbox is a pleasure, Augie.
Thats one stunning Knife Augie! Pleasure to view it!
Knocked it out of the park Augie!
Augie, that is a wonderful Jack and that pick bone is something special
A working knife, never used! The Gardener's Friend, (Schrade also made one with a spear blade, and called it the Greenskeeper's Friend!!)..
This has French ivory handles of celluloid, which seems to endure better that most celluloids!! (touch wood!!)
Notice the flat grind on the pile side of the budding/grafting blade.
Wow! Beautiful example Charlie!
Beauty of a knife Charlie!
Agree with our friends above Charlie, isn't it great seeing these older Knives in SUCH Great condition! I notice that that Celluloid holds much better! in fact never have I seen this Celluloid gas out.
Great example, Charlie! Here is the other one.
Thanks Eric, Glenn and Duncan!!!
Nice one, Cal!!
You figure we've got all the Schrades now, among us??
Charlie, I would say you two have the field covered between you Cal, Augie and Eric- Whew!!
Schrade cut 8424 3/4 senator whittler. Nice little knife with factory edges, barely used.
That's a Sweetheart right there Paul! Wonderfully built Knife!
Recently picked up a couple more Greenwings. Another 36OT and a 707UH, which was a pattern variation I did not have.