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4 1/8" closed knife. The blade at 3", marked on blade (Premiere Edition-Swift Striker II-Made in USA). Handle is a alloy, light in weight. Marked (RKK/USA A TALT T6). Button opens knife, and very smooth. Has original box. Mint
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KABAR, 3-1/2” cigar jack, jigged black composition handles have no cracks or chips.
Blades are full with patina, the main spear blade has some very light surface rust (easy to clean off). Brass liners, nickel silver pins.
Great snap on both blades.
This would make a great EDC knife, the carbon steel used in these older KABAR knives is some of the best.
Price includes shipping by First Class mail to USA locations. Insurance is optional and extra.
Please see my other listings in my AAPK store for more great knives old and new, also knife books. Case, Remington, Schrade, Boker, Queen, and many other brands.
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This is an amazing KABAR jumbo jack knife, just over 4” closed length.
Both blades are full with great snap, light patina and stains on original factory finish. This knife looks like it was used a little but never sharpened.
The handles are what really sets this knife apart. The back handle is Rogers bone, the front looks like second cut stag. KABAR, like Case, used second cut stag as a substitute for bone on some bone handled knives.
Brass liners, nickel silver pins, pinned shield.
This is a current production QUEEN knife made by Queen Cutlery Co in Titusville, PA,
Pattern #63ACSB, New Railsplitter pattern, 3-5/8” closed. A quality knife with D2 blade steel, nickel silver bolsters, brass liners. Great snap, no wobble, no cracks.
This knife is new in box, a new pattern for 2014.
Shipping is included in the price.
This is a rare original CASE BROTHERS penknife. No pattern number marked, but this would be a Case Brothers pattern number 8279. Brass liners, nickel silver pins, tip bolsters. 2-7/8” closed. Dates from 1890-1912.
The mother of pearl handles are perfect with no cracks or chips. Both blades have great snap no side play.
The blades are full, lightly sharpened with no blade loss, the tip of the pen blade is chipped a tiny bit. Both blades have patina, stains, and some spots of very light surface rust. Would clean up nicely.
The main spear blade has an etch that can be seen up close – it looks like a retailer name over the word WARRANTED.
A fine old rare original CASE BROTHERS knife.
CASE XX SS USA One Dot 1989 – Razor Jack R62005 SS Red Bone Mint
CASE XX USA 1 Dot 1989 – A “new old stock” knife, never used, mint with no box or paperwork. Great snap, no wobble. Red bone handles, no cracks or chips.
Stainless steel blades, pattern R62005 SS, 3-3/4” closed, brass liners. No box.
This is a rare pattern made for only a short period of time when Jim Parker owned Case.
This is a nice CASE XX stamped 6318 medium stockman, 3-1/2” closed. Made from 1940-1964. Old style CASE quality with nickel silver liners and pinned CASE shield.
This knife was never sharpened or used, blades with original factory finish. However, there are two areas where a rust speck has been removed. One on the clip, one on the sheepfoot. The spay is mint with the FOR FLESH ONLY etch.
Dark bone handles have no cracks or chips. All blades have great snap, no wobble.
Case XX 1940-1964 Jumbo Stockman 6375 Nice Bone
This is a nice lightly used CASE XX stamped 6375 pattern, jumbo stockman 4-1/4” closed. Nickel silver liners with pinned shield.
The handles are darker bone with a deep chestnut color, some light areas at the edges. No cracks or chips. Great snap on all blades.
This knife looks like it was lightly used but never sharpened. Blades have the original factory finish with light scratches and some stains. Minor tarnish on the backsprings.
This is a nice lightly used CASE XX stamped 6347 Sp Pu pattern. Nickel silver liners, nice dark red bone handles with pinned shield. Great snap on all blades.
The handles are dark red bone, there is a crack at the lower main backspring pin on front (see photos).
This knife looks like it was lightly used and lightly sharpened, full blades with an even gray patina on the main clip blade.
The spay and punch blades have the original factory finish with patina and stains. The spay blade has the clear FOR FLESH ONLY etch. Minor tarnish on the backsprings.
This is a nice lightly used CASE XX stamped 64047 PU pattern. Nickel silver liners, nice red bone handles with pinned shield. Great snap on all blades.
The handles are super nice red bone, there is a tight hard to see hairline on back at the handle pin across the handle (see photos). The crack is so fine it can't be seen in the photo and its hard to see even with the knife in hand, except at the very edge of the handle where it terminates in a little flea bite.
This knife looks like it was lightly used but never sharpened. Blades have the original factory finish with light tarnish, specks, and patina. The spay blade has the clear FOR FLESH ONLY etch. Minor tarnish on the backsprings.
A new pattern for GEC Tidioute, this is the Yankee Jack Knife.>3.7" Closed and 2.6 Ounces.>Handled in Light Ebony Wood.>Brand new and Spotless 1095 Carbon Steel.>Master Clip and Secondary Pen Blades.>Nickel Silver Bolsters and Tidioute Bar Shield.>Brass Pins and Liners.>A Perfect Fit in your Pocket EDC.>USA Made in Titusville, PA.>Like a FLASH, Lightning fast shipping to you.
For an additional $18.00 I'll send you a fine leather GEC knife sleeve that is a perfect fit for this knife.For more great knives and free shipping click on http://franksclassicknives.com.
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CANTON CUTLERY Co. Canton O. is marked on both baldes of this little Tuxedo pen knife. Both long pull blades appear full, have good snap and are tight in frame. Picture on reverse side is very hard to make out but it is a litter of about 8 puppies. Handles are in good condition with no chips, cracks or crazing but reverse side picture is obscured. Nice little Tuxedo pen in excellent overall condition.
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Valley Forge - Banana lock back Folder measure 5 3/8" closed. Brown bone handles with a pin crack at reverse side rocker pin and a small hard to see patch (1/8") on reverse side at the center pin. Blade is near full and shows abrassive cleaning. Back spring shows cleaning as well. Marked side stamp is weak and pitted, only partially visible. "VF' in circle is stamped on reverse side. Blade locks up tight and has light but decent closing snap. Grooved NSL bolsters. An old knife that has seen some cleaning but still in very good overall condition.
DICK CUTLERY Co. 2 blade Pen Knife. I believe this is the same company that Goin's book lists c. 1924 in Terre Haute Indianna. Stout little pen knife at 3 1/4" closed length. Old Ivory celluloid handles with no chips or cracks. Matchstriker pull on main blade and both blades marked points to an early knife. Good snap and blades are tight in frame. Hard to find brand. Can't remember seeing another USA made knife so marked. Looks quite like an early KA-BAR made knife. Excellent overall condition.
Robeson Shuredge 2 blade pen knife with Block Letter type stamp dates this knife to the 1945-1965 time frame. Most likely the later part of that period. Rosewood handels with no chips or cracks. Blades show use, have good snap and are tight in frame. Robeson shield. 3 7/16" closed length. Very good overall condition.
Schrade Walden #832 Jr. Stockman. Wonda Wood handles with no =chips or cracks. This Walden marked knife has pin through bolster construction. Blades are near full with good snap and are tight in frame. 3 5/16" closed. Nice little stockman pattern in Excellent overall condition.
Blade is marked "J.H. LLOYD St. LOUIS". Custom Sod Buster pattern with what looks like red rag maicarta handles. This maker is reveiwed and has a good following. The knife is hell for stout and snaps like a bear trap both ways. A good hand full at a little over 4 1/2" closed. Hollow ground blade. This would make a good EDC knife and a custom slip joint that won't break the bank. Very solid knife with nice fit and finish.
Western Shark WWII era combat knife 8" blade has been cleaned up some, looks like the original sheath, stacked leather handle bas been profesionally replaced.
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Siberian skinner 8" blade, full blade has been cleaned up a bit, beautiful aged stag handle with leather spacers, everything is tight original sheath is well worn
CRESCENT KNIFE WORKS on AAPK
Length closed - Over 4-1/2 inches.
Handle mat’l – Cast aluminum.
Liners – Steel.
Bolsters – Steel.
Condition - Good working condition with everything tight. Light pitting and "age patina" on the scales and blade. One fork tine missing and the other two with broken points. Chip in blade. The spring opens the knife softly and at time needs a little help. Rare knife. Questions welcome.
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