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My knife but the photograph was taken by a former owner. 5 1/2" Closed. Morning Ash Worm Groove Bone. ATS-31, 2010.
Carrying a few in the pocket, of course, but also a li'l Smokejumper on my hip in case I run into any peanut butter and jelly that needs...
I don't think that it was deliberate. I don't think they cared. Just not their business model.
You have the patience of Job. But you are finally there. Enjoy!
It is a bird and trout knife, listed in catalogs from 1953 through 1958. 'wooden' handle with colored spacers and bird-head pommel, right?
Decade by decade, ever since deep into the 1800s, handwork of all kinds has gradually diminished to the point of extinction (almost). Aesthetics...
Going to the store; in case the porcupines go for me wooden leg I can throw them my wooden handall randall.
I did not know there was such a thing as knife collecting in the 1970s. I did have some as tools. I still have this one and use it. It does not...
They would have been amazed at your question. No one in the industry (at that time) ever dreamed that that sort of information would be of any...
I could use these to count the days in debtor's prison.
My knife forum time is telling, when I realize how long ago my purchase ceiling was $40.
Two Queens and a gasser.
Winchester 1920 re-make.
That be lookin' like an 835Y with 'real' pins. They also made them with Swinden construction and fake pins. Knice!
Some mighty fine cutlery there!