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Discussion in 'Buck Knives' started by Makael, Apr 20, 2019.
Do you have any idea how old it is?
I found it in the 1972-1980 catalogs, and the one in the 1981 catalog is different. It must be 72-80
bucklife, handsome display. You have some nice 334 Trappers in one of your photos. DM
Great looking office, jb. Really like the Buck display on your desk and Bev Doolittle on the wall.
Thanks David am I right about the year of this display
Your display has dovetail joints and the access door is a little different. I would say 72-79. I don't doubt it was in the 1980 catalog but those photos are made in advance. And these counter displays changed in the 80's. It likely lost the red velvetine cloth that was over those moldings,
which the knives fit in. I had one like that but the access door on mine was a little different. Those are hard to come by. I gave it to a Buck collector friend, who is no longer with us. I don't regret it one minute. DM
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Mak, that one is in very good shape. DM
To David, having trouble with pics from photo bucket
Thanks David I have cleaned it up some
A very well done reclamation bucklife301.
I made my own drawer for my display and I never thought cutting out fifty little holes that’s going to get covered with material would take as long as it did
being stuck at home helped I'll bet.
turned out real nice. well done.
Bucklife, a very good job. A handsome display now. Are those 525's (the basic size)? DM
Thanks David yes they are all Buck 525 sized knives one of them I got the engraved stainless one from you