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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Primble, Jul 7, 2015.
I've been enjoying seeing this one Trav. The jigging is beautiful, and I'm maybe in the minority that enjoys the nail nicks on the same side.
Wonderful jigging & color on that one.
Owned 3 (or was it 4?) camel bones before this one came along. Foolishly sold them off. None of them had the character of this one but they were all beautiful. This one's a keeper (for me it is anyway) Almost looks like "Rotted Banana Bone" which I like.
I like Eurekas.
Here's my collection of Eureka Jacks and Eureka Cattle Knives.
I've got every GEC two blade 92, except for one...the rosewood "Galvanic". There's a few 1/1s I don't have either.
A few duplicates, but I've got 3 kids who may want a Eureka someday...
WOW in caps, nice collection Ryan
Wow! That's a wonderful collection!
I'm particularly smitten with your bottom row of 29s! Couple in there I would love to have in my collection!
Great Googly Moogly, that's a nice pile.
Here are a couple of 92s that I never should have sold.
Nice pic Harry. Is that lower talon blood wood?
That is an awesome collection. I think eurekas are great. I only have one, but I carry it a lot.
I saw that Mike Moran on Instagram, it looks amazing. He said it was going to the biggest eureka collection he had seen. I wondered where it was going, and now I know. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you very much for the kind words my friend .
Interestingly enough both wooden handled ones are Jobillo . I have gifted the bottom one and I still have the other one and of course I still have the Stag .
Wow, that blue talon puts mine to shame! I see them come up every once in awhile. I bet you'll find another one if you keep looking!
"...and of course I still have the Stag."
Harry, you have an amazing collection overall, but the stag you have is very impressive. You helped convince me that I should start buying some!
Hope you're well my friend. Looking forward to seeing your collection in person, in just 11 months!
Those Oak Leaf shields look so natural and amazing on the wood handled Eurekas.
Good to hear from you Ryan . I sure missed getting to see you and your boys my friend . As for the Stag , you remember what we used to say " It did not happen without some pictures " and I see some in your picture of your amazing collection . Take care my friend .
I've never made a knife, so I can't say for certain...but this shield looks like it would be a pain to work with.
However, I do agree that it is beautiful!