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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by pistonsandgears, Nov 20, 2012.
Drop point hunter by TK Steingass with some beautiful KOA.
MONUMENTAL CUTLERY Co SHEFFIELD (1864 - 1893)
with some signs of use befitting of its age. Thanks for watching! T-A
66 for me
So its Trapper Tuesday instead of Wooden Wednesday. I'm retired. Regularly scheduled activities are, hopefully temporarily, cancelled. People I normally see regularly, I only see sporadically and erratically in these troubled times. Does anybody really know what day it is? I think not.
So anyway, due to a scheduling error and a general unawareness of what day of the week it is, I'm in early this week
Regardless of the day of the week, any day I ride is a good day
For twelve dollars (hmmm....Thrifty Thursday is coming up), this Antonini is a very nice knife.
For this week's Wooden Wednesday what else but Brazilian Cherry?
Along with my compliments to the USPS, they did good on this one.
HIBBARD SPENCER BARTLETT & Co:
Have a wonderful Wooden Wednesday! T-A
Nice photo of your Rosewood HHB Jack
Ebony and Jigged Brazilian Cherry
That's a wonderful little Jack.