I'll have to add pictures later............ I bought my son a metal detector and he found a knife on our property about a foot deep! You would have thought he found a gold mine when he came running in the house. It's not a valuable knife, but it sure has to be a tough knife. He found it on our property that we have owned for 16 years, so it has been underground for at least that long. The property was farmed up until the mid 1980's so my guess it has been underground since then and got plowed under. The knife, from what I can tell, is a 1969-1979 Schrade/Uncle Henry trapper. The scales appear to be fake stag, staglon and luckily the blades were stainless. A lot of cleaning and the knife is useable and actually has great snap. Looks like it was a new knife when it was lost, but the blades are dull. I think with a little more work i will be able to get most of the rust off of the back springs. I have a huge oak on our property that has big limbs and when I clean a deer, I use the tree to pull it up. The knife was close by the oak so I 'm thinking someone else probably cleaned a deer under the tree too and lost the knife and it got plowed under.