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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
2018 Traditional Forum Knife, Buck 301.
Thanks Harry! I forgot all about Wednesday ending in a “Y”!
My contribution to Wooden Wednesday
Thank you JJ. Those two look like excellent stalwart companions.
@Jack Black - Thank you kindly, Jack. Your Vintage Alfred Blackwell Lamb looks fantastic. And that Joseph Rodgers is something else.
This one just came to me in yesterday's mail, an ebony handed, pre-1940 E. C. Simmons Hardware "Keen Kutter" regular jack. After seeing all the nice, vintage ebony handled knives here on the Traditional Forum, I started looking for something that was similar to what I was seeing - finally found one. This one has my favorite main, a Clip, and great snapping half-stop blades. OH
Albert Oates, Sheffield.
Wet and rainy day, so I've got some bone-covered, stainless Case knives with me today.
I'll join ya, Charlie!
Hmm. Shorts with no pockets? Sounds like underwear!
At least you could have posted a pic.
Of your desk knife, I mean!
Happy new to you knife day!
Looks like a dandy~ love that clip.
I'm trying NOT to picture @Modoc ED in his underwear, thank you very much.
Very nice !
I’ll carry one Grandad gave me for the next few days...
I've had this one a while but first time carrying today. My only bone handled knife but it's a good one!
I woodn't miss the opportunity to tote this ebony clad Ulster serpentine jack (1876-1941) on a Wednesday, wood you?
I wood knot!
Maserin lockback hunter with olive wood
and a Case 6318 stockman with pocket worn burnt brown jig bone.
Totin’ this modified production knife this Wooden Wednesday:
That’s rather depressing, actually!