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What is a sleeveboard pattern?

Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Easyrider, Mar 25, 2014.

  1. fatcorgi

    fatcorgi

    657
    Nov 12, 2011
    here are a few more sleeveboard images, a Cattaraugus, funny how short the master blade is on some of these old ones.
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  2. Pipeman

    Pipeman

    Dec 2, 2004
    This seems to be a bit of a variation of patterns, A sleeveboard congress pen, I guess. Old slip joints are an extremely complex study. The more I learn the less I feel I know.:eek:

    Best regards

    Robin
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  3. Will Power

    Will Power

    Jan 18, 2007
    This may qualify? Remington tip-bolster Senator/Sleeveboard, pinned shield c 1920s. 7.6cm/3.12"

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    Thanks, Will
     
  4. ptradeco

    ptradeco Gold Member Gold Member

    May 26, 2010
    Couple of pretty cool knives there fellas!
     
  5. waynorth

    waynorth Dealer / Materials Provider Dealer / Materials Provider

    Nov 19, 2005
    I understand a congress has an arched back. I would call your knife a 4-blade sleeveboard pen, Robin. But I am certainly not the last word.
     
  6. lambertiana

    lambertiana Gold Member Gold Member

    Jul 7, 2000
    Here are a few sleeveboards, new and old
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    Teardrops and regular jacks are not the same. Regular (or swell-end) jacks have straight sides to the handle, while teardrops swell outward toward the head. The sides of a teardrop jack are concave in profile.
     
  7. cnas122

    cnas122

    Mar 23, 2008
    This is a sleeveboard

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  8. festerfromnzed

    festerfromnzed

    Aug 18, 2008
    Very interesting....So a Whaler is a teardrop???.....................FES

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  9. rma100

    rma100

    Nov 12, 2011
    A Whaler is a Swell Center Sunfish. I believe the original was designed by Charlie Platts in the 1880's.
     
  10. MerryMadMonk

    MerryMadMonk Platinum Member Platinum Member

    May 22, 2011
    Top to Bottom: Regular Jack, Sleeveboard Jack, Swell-End Jack
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  11. festerfromnzed

    festerfromnzed

    Aug 18, 2008
    Thank you.........................Fes
     
  12. george65

    george65

    545
    Dec 21, 2008
    robeson, case tested

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