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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Schrade walden congress with coins in one pocket...
...and ulster jr cattle in the back pocket.
Thank you John! The focus could be a bit better ...
Thank you Stuart.
Some fun for Friday
Stu do you know what kind of wood this is?
I never tire of seeing this incredible specimen. One of my all-time most favorites. Keep showing it Alan!
Thank you fine Gents for the fine thoughts !! Greatly appreciated. So much beauty nowadays...wow !!
Mesmerizing and wondrous !
What a treat to see !!!A whole new realm of collecting...must resist..lol
Man o man o man....luscious...you must have found a time machine !!
Sweet! It's Friday!
Thanks Dwight. It's special to me also.
The traditionals I have in my pocket today.... I also have a non-traditional Spyderco Centofante, but it didn't get to join the photo op.... those are the Case peanut, the Lionsteel Shuffler in ebony, and the most recent Kutmaster Barlow.
Life is good.....
Taking this 881 along today.
Thank you, Gary!
Another grand grouping, Gary! What do you think of the mini copperlock? I real like the one I have!
Poetry in words and knife, Gev! That really is a beautiful Farmer's Jack!
Any day with a TC Barlow is a good day.
Thank you kindly, Dean !! That TC is divine and why do I want to go fishing all of a sudden
Rough Rider shadow trapper, ( that sounds kinda cool lol) I re-dyed it from an awful orange yellow,to a much better rich brown. And an A. Wright & Sons lambsfoot.
I wanted some color to brighten an already beautiful (if humid) day, so I grabbed this Shapleigh "Diamond Edge" model B472 senator pen in abalone celluloid (1917- mid 1940s).
And I decided to spice things up for Fiery Friday with this E.C. Simmons Keen Kutter, also in celluloid (1870-1940).
These should get the tongues wagging when i join my friends for libations this afternoon.
Those really spice things up! I know you most likely noticed that yourself, but there's a start of outgassing on the tortoise shell jack (ironically that spices things up even more huh). I wonder why they can't quite get that depth and character of the old celluloid with today's acryllics.