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Are you referring to this one? I had it in my suit pocket yesterday.
What a beauty! Great celluloid, and the crocus mark side of the main and glaze for all other blades is so obvious in your pictures.
Black Friday carry
How did you get your hands on a narwhal tusk? I've never seen one in person, let alone seen one for sale.
A lot depends on where you are. International sales are pretty much forbidden. If you are in the US, some states ban the sale and some do not....
I actually see the traditional fruit knives on belts around here occasionally. It's not surprising when you realize that agriculture, especially...
Nice one! I find it interesting that there is no umlaut on the o. Definitely made for an English-speaking market.
Some of my favorite bone is found on NYKC knives, and your Buffalo Bill is no exception.
Nice doglegs! I wish modern makers would cut their stag like this instead of just slapping thick scales on the knife and then grinding off half...
I usually use the main blade for food/fruit, sheepsfoot for things like opening boxes or cutting out patterns from paper, leather, etc, and the...
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I have an Enigma knife with light blue/white linen micarta, and it is really nice.
I believe it is a factory job.
Wow, just wow!
For Old Friends Friday:
If this thread is still live, I'll add to it. Mammoth and Mastodon, S&M office knife and Buck 709.
The antler handled point looks like Knife River Flint (actually a chert, true flints are rarely found in North America and most stone called flint...
Resharpening was done by knapping a fresh edge. A lot of the larger points, such as Clovis, show extensive resharpening and are nowhere near...
The closest match I can find is Departure Bay point, 1600-2400 years old. Scroll down for a few examples. You can peruse that site to see if...