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3-3/8” closed, six blade congress knife, WM PARKER SHEFFIELD stamped on all blades except the nail file. Four of the blades have strong snap with half stops, the two larger blades have somewhat weaker snap but do snap. All blades are used, about full, stained, light pitting. Mother of pearl handles have no cracks or chips.
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Nice old Russell pruner, 4-1/8” closed, all iron construction with ebony handles. Strong snap, very slight side play, no cracks. Used and sharpened with no evident blade loss, has stains and patina.
Antique pre-1900 era RUSSELL barlow, older straight line tang stamps, bone handles have pocket wear but no cracks. Used, sharpened, patina on blades and bolsters. Pen blade tip is chipped, other than that the blades are full. Great snap with half stops, no wobble. A great classic old knife to clean up.
This is a nice unusual premium stock knife, ROBESON CUTLERY USA stamp from the 1950s. Bolsters appear to be aluminum, aluminum center liner, brass liners. 4” closed.
A used knife with patina, stains. Perfect jigged black handles. Great snap, no wobble. A quality knife, solid and unusual.
3-1/2” closed (plus bail) scout/utility knife, nice brown bone handles have no chips or cracks. A used knife, all blades are full with stains. Some light surface pitting on blades and backsprings. Nickel silver liners, milled on bottom.
All blades have great snap, no wobble with smooth action. All of the bronze bearings are intact, so the blades operate properly. Robeson MASTERCRAFT knives were a premium knife and are scarce.
This is a knife imported by Robeson Cutlery Co. in the 1950’s, ROBESON on front tang of the spear blade, 4864 GERMANY on the back tang. 3-3/8” closed. Red handles, no cracks or chips.
A used knife, main blade has some scratches, all blades have an even gray patina. All blades have great snap, no wobble with smooth action. Brass liners.
REMINGTON UMC MADE IN USA 1920 to 1940, 5” toothpick pattern, pattern number R965 marked.
Nice “candy stripe” handles, no cracks or chips. Blade has great snap, no wobble. A used knife, full blade, patina. REMINGTON etch is visible on the blade. A very nice old Remington knife with character. Steel grooved bolsters, brass liners and pins.
REMINGTON UMC 1920 to 1940, 3-3/4” official BSA scout knife pattern, RS3333. This may be a later knife as the pattern number is inked on the back tang of the spear blade, still visible.
Nice brown bone handles, no cracks or chips. All four blades have strong snap, no wobble.
A lightly used knife. The master spear blade shows some use, original finish with patina and very slight blade loss. All other blades are full undamaged with patina and specks, punch is marked and still has bluing inside. Can opener is not marked.
A fine old REMINGTON scout. Brass liners with milled center liner, nickel silver pins.
REMINGTON UMC MADE IN USA 1920 to 1940, 3-7/8” muskrat pattern, pattern number R4593 marked.
Nice sturdy knife with jigged bone handles, classic Remington bone, no cracks or chips. Both blades have great snap, no wobble. A used knife, full blades, light scratches, patina. A very nice old Remington knife with character. Steel liners and bolsters, brass pins.
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REMINGTON UMC MADE IN USA 1920 to 1940, 3-5/8” cattle pattern, no pattern number marked.
Nice heavy knife with genuine mother of pearl handles, handles have pocket wear but no cracks or chips. Tiny edge flake at one bottom corner.
All blades are used with an even gray patina. The sheepfoot blade shows some use, slight blade loss at the tip, the other two blades are full. All blades have great snap, no wobble.A very nice old Remington knife with character. Nickel silver liners and pins.
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Nice heavy forged knife, looks like it was forged from a railroad spike. No markings. 8” OAL, 4” blade. Never used or sharpened, a rustic knife.
QUEEN STEEL, no tang stamp but part of the blade etch remains. 1950’s era. #10 jack at 3-5/8” closed. Sharpened and used, main blade is full with surface gunk, pen show some loss.
Both blade shave great snap, no wobble with half stops. Winterbottom bone handles, no cracks or chips.
PREMIER in an oval on each front tang, PREMIER CUTLERY CO LTD GERMANY on back. 3-1/4” sturdy jack. Near mint, never sharpened, minor specks and scratches.
Both blade shave great snap, no wobble with half stops. Pretty red swirl composition handles, minor “pull-away” at the ends. No cracks or chips. Brass liners are milled on top. Nice well-made knife, probably 1950’s era.
HAMMER BRAND on main blade, NEW YOTK KNIFE CO WALDEN on pen. 2-3/4” closed dogleg or peanut. Both blades have great snap, no wobble with half stops. Blades are used, minor loss, stains and patina. Handles appear to be horn, no cracks or chips. Brass liners.
JOHN PRIMBLE BELKNAP HDW AND MFG CO, 4-1/8” closed, jumbo congress. All blades have great snap, no wobble with half stops. Knife has never been sharpened, but has patina on all blades. Original etch still visible on the one large blade. Brass liners.
The dark red bone handles have one tight crack on front at the shield, but it is only at the very surface of the bone. A nice solid old knife in a great pattern. Made on contract by Boker USA. 1950’s to 60’s era.
Older 1965-1970’s era, 3-1/4” closed jack, IMPERIAL PROV USA. Nice blade etch. Never used or sharpened, great snap, minor handling scratches. Delrin handles no cracks. Backsprings stained.
This is an older high quality solid bolstered knife made by Imperial circa 1910-1920. Very early arched tang stamp.
3-5/8” closed (plus bail) scout/utility knife, nice jigged old brown bone handles have no chips or cracks. A lightly used knife, all blades are full with light patina. All blades have great snap, no wobble with smooth action.
This is an older high quality solid bolstered knife made by Imperial circa 1920’s.
3-3/8” closed “easy open jack”. Blades full, light scratches, near mint with original finish, great snap.
Nickel silver bolsters, nice handles great color no cracks.
HOWARD CUTLERY CO, I believe that this was an old obscure upstate NY brand. 3-1/8” closed, split backspring whittler. Blades are full, used, patina, great snap on all. Tip of file blade is blunted.
Smooth white bone handles, several tight stress lines (see photos).
A RARE brand!!
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