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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by waynorth, Nov 12, 2012.
He's very talented. Very classy leather work.
I love how Bill just used any old piece of bone on the latest Ancients! Just like in the days of old!
This one looks a little Ancient.
I am glad you like the Case Barlow Charlie. @waynorth I thought of you every time I looked at it. Each year Case/Zippo pairs a limited edition knife and lighter for their annual swap meet. The Barlow was created in limited numbers for that purpose a few years ago. It seemed to be right up your alley, and I knew that you would appreciate the nuances more than anyone. It is a beautiful knife, and now it is right where it belongs, with you up north!
The state of my Yankee Barlow collection. (I would trade the autumn gold for a mint sawcut Beer Scout.)
Sure looks like an old Barlow!!
if only i can convince him to use slabs of sterling
That's your job!!!
Anyone recognize this Barlow bolster stamp? I have this mystery knife on the way. I usually jump on unusual lots of knives with low BINs.
looks like an ancient drawn swedge on the pile side of that blade as well
I'm starting to accumulate some ancients
Ever seen that Naugatuck Cutlery bolster stamp Charlie? Naugatuck CT
Nope!! Rare aanndd beautiful!!!
@Jack Black - Your Charlie TCs Hand is strong.. my friend.
A few of my TC's, a couple have moved from the 2nd group since...
The Rendezvous special #31 out of 30 believe it or not - pictured 3rd down - gifted to me and most precious to me, I was devastated to say the least upon finding - during a maintenance visit- that this knife obtained a rust spot - it broke my heart- but the knife will stay with me forever.......
Wonderful, Duncan, that two-blade on the far left is ultra-killer!