There's been some wondrous Oldies on this thread (no not just the posters....) I have only one old Spear but I do like it, shows the inate elegance of the blade. Shown, and old Rem Sleeveboard from the 1920s
What a great idea for a thread Will! I did not realize how many Spear Blades I had until you made me think about them. I hope we can keep this thread going for a while. Many of the knives posted so far are exceptional!
My first offering is from Case. Starting with the new Case Barlow and ending with a 1920’s to 1940’s Case Tested Green Bone. In between, is a Zebra Wood Tribal Lock: and, my candidate for the greatest Spear Blade of all time, ...a mid 1970’s Red Bone Canoe with the Canoe etching! These knives represent almost a century of excellent cutlery from Case.
Great shot! Moreover, the 56 is an excellent housing for a Spear.
Oddly enough, I have a fairly good collection of GEC 68 White Owls, yet all of mine are Clip, incomprehensible when I think of my liking for Spear blades.. Could do with one but you never see them on sale