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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Good Morning and Happy Wooden Wednesday.
What a beautiful group of Otters GT
Thank you, my friend.
That's a fine looking canoe, when I first started collecting slip joints the Canoe was my pattern.
a summer breeze today
Thank you GT.
Thanks, Gary. I bought it last year, and carry it frequently. It's in my pocket now, and a matching trapper on my belt. I can see why they are Case's biggest sellers.
Finished the book last night. I recommend it. I think you'd like it: lot of analytics.
Look what I picked up last week:
The "best baseball book of all time", according to Red Barber; and:
A 1988 first edition in good condition with dust cover.
Love those canoes. Did you buy the blue one because you're a Mason, or because it looks so cool?
I have the trusty little 34ot with me today
Thanks for the nice words Gary and OH. Gary, it’s a forged USA made for Sears by Camillus, pretty much a Camillus 69. I like that Okapi of yours, I’ve never handled one before but it looks like one solid knife! You really have a wide variety of knives in your collection.
Welcome to Wee Wednesday!
Great pics guys
I had a day out in the City of York yesterday with my pal Duncan @Campbellclanman As a result though, I've fallen behind with this fast-moving thread - sorry Today though, I've carrying a Hartshead Barlow, and one of the knives Duncan very generously gifted me, a fabulous little #66 Stockman
Just beautiful Jack!
Thank you, Gary. Actually, I have a couple more than a weeks worth.
Here's another vote for the Classy Colt Canoe in stag, Gary.
Both of those are great knives, Jack, and the Hartshead Barlow is one of the best looking Barlows I've seen in awhile.
Thanks a lot guys, you're very kind
Great looking bone on that #66. A wonderful gift by Duncan.
The #66 is one of my favourite frame patterns Duncan is as generous as can be, he gave me my very first GEC, and it was his own favourite knife
Beautiful Dean Superb pic too
Totem never looked so good Dave.
Just beautiful Jack!
OH MY OH MY! Perfection in Schrade Barlow and what a gorgeous background.
@5K Qs - GT my vote goes to the Colt Stag Canoe as well!
Thanks, guys, and you are too kind, Steve.
Thanks, Nick. Your Miller Brothers inspired me today.
Welcome to the Porch, JJ. That's a nice looking pair of hard workers that you are totin'.
I've seen enough of Steve's knives to know he can pull out a winning hand, GT. My stepfather told me: if you are playing cards and can't tell who the pigeon is, you're the pigeon. I do have these up my sleeve though:
That's a classy classic Case. Thanks for sharing it.
You have a nice fleet of canoes there, GT. The RR and Colt look so similar - match strike pulls, slanted lined bolsters (though the Colt's are pinched) - they could be from the same maker. For some reason, though, the mini canoe caught my eye. What a beauty!
Another nice one, Steve. As I've said before, I think that you and @kai76 have bought out and stored the contents of a couple old hardware stores. Well done.
Gorgeous wood, Dave.
I see how you snuck the Wednesday wood into that picture, Dwight. That Wright is alright, too.
I'm liking the Hartsheads that you've been posting, Jack. Very handsome knives.
Boy, oh boy, what a classic, Dean!!! Excellent picture to show it off.
Thanks for the compliment Stuart! That old Schrade belonged to my paternal Grandfather. I get all warm and fuzzy every time I carry it. That’s two beautiful old Winterbottom Queens my friend! I know you have quite a few and they’re all beautiful!
Thanks for the compliment Gary!
Two beautiful knives Jack! I’m glad you and Duncan had a good visit. He is a generous individual! I’m proud to have been able to meet and spend time with he and Paul at the Rendezvous in 2017!
I’m totin two straight edges today. A Wharncliffe and a Lambsfoot!
Inspired by Nick's @kai76 Miller Brothers posting today, I popped this one in my pocket for Wooden Wednesday totin'.
Thank you kindly, Jack.
Thank you, Dwight.
Stuart, that is more Winterbottom bone I have seen in one picture, ever! Also, thank you for your comments about my Schrade Barlow.