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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Pipeman, Dec 11, 2013.
Thank you! Glad to be back. It feels... right.
I think it's somewhere between "new" and "old". TB610228 DAM
A Case Doctors knife in the white Sparxx material.
I really like these type covers.
I compliment your taste sir!! Everyone outstanding!! What are the cover materials on the barlow and the sowbelly? Thanks, -James
The Barlow is English Walnut and the sow belly is sycamore.
Interesting, not wood Case uses everyday. So all of those could be called Factory Specials for their store only? That certainly was a worthwhile visit!!
I know the Barlow is an exclusive, not sure about the sowbelly
EDIT to add the sycamore sowbelly is not an exclusive
Quality Test Run Humpback Stockman. According to the COA, Case never sold these to the general public.
I like that there are no markings on the knife to identify it as a "Quality Test Run" knife. Only the COA and the Teal Bone covers.
Not necessarily a rarity but I'm glad I snatched it up.
Nice looking Stockman & pattern. Beautiful blue covers too.
Thank you, Tim.
Some Sod Buster Jr. knives.
Another Case Sod Buster Jr.
Holy Moly!!!! What'd everybody do - run outta Case Knives?
Try, try, try again.
Jigged amber bone canoe, medium stockman, and trapper.
1979 pen knife my daughter found at a gun show yesterday. "Cracked ice" or imitation pearl.
I've got two Case knives riding along today... old pics, but these are the two... a stockman with CV blades and SS punch, and my new half-whittler in CV and natural bone.