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Discussion in 'Schrade Knives Collectors Forum' started by Codger_64, Aug 20, 2012.
now that is a good find. love the cardboard box also.
Well there's a rarity. Very nice bwana
What an amazing find, I can't believe it's still in the box!! That's most likely a display model for a store. Beautiful.
The original owner work for Schrade as a salesman in the 70t's and up until the mid 80t's.
Got a 12OT
You did not got a 12OT, that knife is a Schrade 18OT.
This is a Schrade 12OT.
Thanks even with my Magnifying glass I could not make it out!
This is some Schrade 18OT knives.
Picked up this rare Schrade Walden 147STC "Pioneer" with a tungsten carbide blade recently for under $20 on our favorite auction site. Only made from 1967-68, guess it went under the radar.
Heritage stockman from 1986, with the two covers each taking the dye very differently!
I usually hang out at other places on BF (The Porch) but in my quest for small fixed blades, I have acquired my first Schrade. And BF is such a great place to research any knife, I learned about this 154OT.
Codger has that fantastic short PDF file that covered all the bases. What a sweet knife. I think it was ahead of it's time as a perfect Fixed EDC. Here is the way It has arrived. I will post more pictures after it gets a cleaning.
Great catch I had a similar find with a 152 recently. It cleaned up great. Do get us some pics.
Here you go. This knife was ahead of it's time.
These are from the last year or so. It's been a very good one for me!
Jeff, you did pick up some really nice knives. What's the shield on the Bison knife?
It's the Parker-Frost Eagle; these were made for them by Schrade USA in 1978, in brown, red and green bone. Here are the other two.
I agree. I have one of these, and I find the angle of the blade to handle makes it a pleasure to work with.