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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by leghog, Jan 1, 2020.
USCG 1944 Approved Life Raft rope knives.
Top to bottom: Imperial, Kutmaster, Camillus.
What was the wood used on the Camillus? I have one, but the covers on my knife are much darker.
I'm think the wood is jigged cocobolo.
I have several rope knives, like the pattern, here's a couple, a Camillus with its original lanyard and a trio of Miller Bros.
Those Miller Bros., especially that middle one, are incredible. You win.
Hoping to add a Case whaler soon
No-name one on top may not be a classic example of a rope knife, but it WAS owned and used by a merchant sailor, so it has that going for it.
Case 11031 SH 1940-64
11031 SH 1977
Fantastic picture, David.
A couple of Mr. CC's extraordinary rope knives:
I think the Camillus is jigged Rosewood....
A smaller version