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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Thanks, the blade combo pretty much covers anything I need.
Thanks, Gary! I appreciate the preponderance of Ps.
No, it's original, as I've seen another one for sale with the same covers and model number. But the closest I can come to finding out when it was made is from the late 1970s to the early '90s. Boker tang stamps are kind of all over the map. They constantly reused old ones, so dating is difficult.
Basic user today:
I think it will be a Wharncliffe Wednesday for me.
I'll join you Vince with a good ole Wharncliffe
Thanks Jeff! It's quite a beast, fortunately I kept a belt sheath from an Al Mar I lost overseas in the 80's
Thank you very much Gev; it means a lot coming from a "knife art" master with another beautiful image today!
Great shot Dave; a jewel among gems!
Wonderful knife Paul; very reminiscent of the "Golden Age" greats!
Thank you kindly, JJ
For Wednesday I'll be toting a couple wood covered workers; an ebony LF&C from the pre 1920 era, a direct descendant of the great pocket knives of H&B MFG. CO. which LF&C purchased in 1912, and a cocobolo Cattaraugus from the storied village of Little Valley.
Thank you GT. 1998 and 1999 for sure, could have been a few more years, all I have seen have had the block shield, used in the last four years of the 1990’s. OH
Thank you Stuart, I only have a couple of the BBs, but I am really impresed with them, and I like this pattern. That S & M is extremely impressive
Thank you very much
Handsome Ettrick Gev
Lovely photo Dave
A fine pair
These two for me today The Case Peanut was a kind gift from Dennis @mitch4ging along with the other thoughtful gifts shown
Two great patterns there Taylor! A nice photo that shows them in their environment!
I’m carrying two knives today that are totally different in design. However, they do have one very important thing in common! The Blade! The Blade! Boss!
Using those knives only enhances their beauty.
Thoughtful gifts from Dennis, @mitch4ging
Nice pair of Lambs, Ron.
I'll be carrying my WCLF for Wooden Wednesday... Ebony is my favorite cover material.
Continuing with toting delrin.
Schrade 206 Barlow, and Camillus 23 jack clad in Dupont Delrin “Ivoroid”, which is also used in musical instruments~ guitar binding, violin bow tips, anywhere ivory would have been used.
Thanks GT! Teachers are back but students aren’t back for a couple of weeks yet. We have a later start than most.