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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Eli Chaps, Jun 30, 2019.
L is for Lockback
Little & Large
Puma Medici Lockback.
That top one is gorgeous!
Thanks. It's a Henckels I've had for a long time.
Laguiole from Fontenille-Pataud! I have several, but this particular one is in Buffalo horn tip. Nice file-work, too (sorry for the poor photos).
Loveless.............in memory of a great, great creator and maker of iconic stylish, yet highly ergonomic and usable knives - here a clutch of drop-point hunters
Wow! That's an incredible collection of Loveless knives.
- oh, sir......would that it was..! A collection of Loveless style knives, yes
Understood. Beautiful all the same.
Let's Look at a Line-up of Lovely Lambsfoot Knives:
L is for Le' Thiers.
Thank you. I do have one or two knives, but not the money for a Loveless itself........and if I did, I’d be in fer a true hidin’ from the missus
Had a friend who didn't think a person could spend much more than a grand on a knife. He just couldn't fathom them fetching such prices. So I showed him some listings for genuine Loveless knives. To say he was surprised is an understatement.
Does that mean she'd tan your hide, or you have to hide the knife from her?