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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Will Power, Mar 28, 2014.
Really good mail day!!
My K'roo lambsfoot arrived yesterday. It's a peach! Here it is next to my recently won big'un horn lambsfoot:
This 2001 Case SS 6375 Dark Amber Barb Wire Bone Large Stockman arrived in the mail today. As a bonus, it came with the original box, wrapper, and literature. It is very near mint in the box.
Won a contest with the above as grand prize (except for the beer ).
Got a 47 to go with my other hawkbills
Remington UMC just about mint.
That is sharp, pardon the pun.
Thank you Jiki.
That bone! Wow that's nice, love the bolsters to
Much obliged David.
Added another 14; this one is my first Nifebrite.
Very nice Ed and Dwight
That’a lot of nice, Dwight. The covers and all the special details make for a wonderful knife.
Been looking for a TEW Barlow for some time. Found this one hafted in Ironwood. Half stop and open and close with with a mean alligator snap.
A silver pen knife. The S.S. Theodor Herzl is on the mark side. The pile side has representations of the twelve tribes of Israel.
Often extremely good quality on these pressed metal knives, be it commemorative or theme (fairs events etc) Nice representations of the Tribes especially the animal ones: Lion, Serpent, Hind, Donkey, Wolf/Fox? The exact references Jewish or Biblical are vague to me but a fine item all round
Here is my newest. It is Frank's SFO #12 Toothpick.
New pony in the stable. 2007 Crandall Family in jigged olive green bone.
I've only seen two others ever. Yours looks absolutely mint. Very nice one to own.
Thanks Dwight. It appears to be unused or very little. The guts of the knife aren't anything special but the silver worked covers are outstanding.