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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Pipeman, Dec 11, 2013.
Guess I'll add a few more pics that I didn't post earlier.
I don't take pictures very often, but I have pics of a few of my Case's.
This was my fathers.
Some David Yellowhorse's
I've sold most of these Stag Trappers this year.
A new camo small lockback and its new owner doing a little coon fingering. It's being safely held for him until he's old enough.
The fun part for me being, I was browsing late and viewed this thread from the bottom of the page up. I scrolled up to see this picture before seeing your username, and immediately thought: That has to be Peanut's older brother.
-- Well-done, Dad, and thanks for the more expansive tale of your day and the knife's provenance. :thumbup:
Good idea for a thread. I've got a few Case knives. Here's a modified muskrat. This one was the Case-Tony Bose collaboration knife for 2004.
Impending doom, er, snow, today. Perfect opportunity to get a family pic of my Case Bose annuals.
2 Tribal Spears, dogleg jack, coffin jack, lannys clip and wharncliff jack.
Here's three of my Case Swayback Jacks. Nice knives, lousy picture. I bet there's more Case knives out there.....
This is a vintage Tested 6231 1/2, with unusual handles.
They are either Rodgers Bone, or 2nd cut Stag!?!?
My two oldest, XX era 62024 ½ and 6292
6332 from 1973
My latest acquisition, an unused 6292 from 1977, kindly given by Paul Hilborn
1978 is well represented:
32087 from 2011
Also from 2011, 6220
New to old together, 2011 peanut and XX era 6292
And here is as close to a current family picture that I have. The appaloosa peanut on the left has gone on to greener pastures, and Paul's gracious gift of the 6292 is not pictured here.
Just got this in this week:
NOS 5 Dot Case Electrician in carbon.
I agree with you on that one-- the clarity of the older shields points up the relative 'fussiness' of the newer ones.
Here's my own happy selection:
A certain theme emerges....
Case's mediterranean is in my sweet spot for "blue."
Case's navy blue is also mighty fine:
Chestnut swayback jack:
A red congress whittler from Duncan:
And finally, one of my favorite photographs of ever (mini copperhead):
P-....lovely collection of CASE,s.....Last pic is my favourite.......................FES
A few more I dug out....
Another couple knives from my great uncle
Some of mine that aren't in storage.