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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by VCM3, Jan 21, 2008.
Very nice Augie. It has found a good home.
That’s a nice one Augie mate, the Stag is extremely appealing.
I am pretty happy with finding this in an eBay lot, they don't make them like this anymore. There's zero daylight or gaps, a truly hand made knife.
That is just SPECTACULAR!!! I am in love!
North Shore, that is a darling! BTW, I will be on the North Shore in two weeks- Grand Marais.
Thank you tongueriver, I am on the north shore of Massachusetts near Boston but have a nice time in MN lol
Thanks R & G
North Shore my friend - that is a gorgeous knife - I would have leapt on that myself, I love the profile of that Blade!
tiguy7, it would be lovely to see more pages out of that catalog.
Great Kinfolks, NorthShore!
Beautiful pearl lobster, Kevin! Your pics capture the pearl very well.
Nice Kinfolks, Augie. But that Walden jack is fantastic! That is the kind of stag that I really like.
I'm getting the hang of it Dan... the sun was almost down the other night and I looked at my wife and said "good light right now to take some pictures of old pearl" She went like this and I went downstairs to take some pictures
Vintage John Pritzlaff Hardware Co. folder, circa 1920s, Milwaukee. I’m in the process of cleaning it up. Takes a nice razor edge.
Picked up a Southington with horn covers.
Outstanding knife, Kai!
Thank you Calvin!
Nice one Nick, Southington's are great knives and hard to find, congrats!
Nice Southington, and in a pattern that is rarely seen.
Thanks guys. Southington’s sure are hard to come by and I’m glad to have found this one. The old cutleries out of Connecticut produced excellent knives. I wonder what is this pattern called and could it have been an inspiration for the famous Lanny’s Clip pattern?
Absolutely stunning, Nick !!!!
Gorgeous knife Nick! The shield, the pattern, the full blades... WOW
Would you call it a sway-front jack? Or a half sowbelly jack?