I recently received a Schrade knife as an award for 10 years of service at my job. It is a scrimshaw handled lock blade with a 3 3/4" blade. The scrimshaw is of an eagle on a cliff. The reverse side has two pinecones. I am very impressed with the quality and "feel" of this knife. I went on the Schrade website to see if I could find any information on this knife, but I could find none. I was wondering if anyone could answer a few questions for me. * Does Schrade manufacture this knife or is it just their blade assembled elsewhere? * What material is used for the handle? * It this blade Schrade + stainless steel (number on handle says 125OT)? * What is the approximate value of this knife (is this a usable knife or is it valuable enough to be shelved?) * What is the original angle of the edge? I am quite new to knives, but since receiving this knife, I have been "bitten by the bug" and find this hobby to be very interesting. Any other information that you could give me would be appreciated very much. Thank you! P.S. I just found a 99 carved on a rock under the eagle's wing. P.P.S. This is my first posting and find this site very enjoyable. Keep up the good work!