Thanks for the compliment on the knives Gary! When I’m in DC visiting our daughter I always try to work in a visit with Stuart D Duckdog . He’s always more than gracious with his hospitality. Plus it’s really a treat to see his boxes of vintage cutlery!Glad you and Stuart could meet, Ron! I'm certainly impressed by a stag Churchill and a jigged bone WCLF!
The small stag knife is a “Mink” by Parker-Frost. They were made between ‘76 and ‘78.More info on the small knife please Ron
P.S. I bet that is I read on I'll find others have asked about that very interesting and beautiful knife...
Great threesome you have today Jeff; those will tackle any task!
Thanks Gev; I'm sure you will find them very pleasingTwo knives on my wish list. Saved your photograph to contemplate
I'll be contemplating your two beauties; a tough old Ulster and a sleek sultry NYKCo, wonderful!
NYKCo & Ulster
Another great pairing Jack; two more from the opposite sides of the "pond," excellent!I'm going to be off out early with these two tomorrow Have a good day folks
Thank you JJ. Beautiful Laguiole and Le Thiers.
Thank you Harvey!!! I can see your 71 has quite some cool character and your lamb has marvelous steel and stag covers, they're da bomb!Two carried. The first was inspired by JJ.
That's just a great shot of your French lovely!
Thank you Gary!!! I didn't forget about your fantastic four from yesterday; just took another peek, awesome choices!Cool covers on the cattle knife, JJ!
Great choice all around, especially your Buck 110, a legend! Btw, your Nats just keep charging, pretty amazing!I was recently getting into the habit of totin' a fixed blade, in pocket of on belt, and thought it wood be fun to tote a folder bigger than my fixed blade. Wooden that be nice?