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The 2100 pattern is a 2 blade knife known by collectors as a Saddlehorn and has the triple XXX tang stamp. It was introduced into the original Case Classic line of knives in 1990. Designs & production plans were under way late 1980s.It was the first of three Case Classic patterns to ever sport the XXX tang stamp.
I bought this knife set in 1989 from a advertisment in Blade Magazine. It came with the Damascus Barlow Parker knife as shown... The Barlow has always been a favorite of mine because of the stag handles... The blade etch on the Saddlehorn says 2500 were to be made but I don't think that number was reached... Anyway its a rare set and came in the case shown with matching serial numbers #0735 etched on the front bolster of each knife. Your buying both knives and the case.
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4" closed -- Nice 2 blade folder, factory edges and finish -- master closes softly, they were made to do that -- a few light scratches on face of master, possibly used a little, picture shows them highly magnified -- nice older Gerber
1072 Clasp Knife 5 1/2″ closed. Jigged Bone handle. Case Brothers tang stamp. XX on the blade... Nice big heavy knife. Box pictured comes with knife.. It doesn't have the inner liner in the box but thats all I have.. The knife is perfect...
1st Generation 4 1/4" Stag 4 Blade congress . Knife has Pit Bull Trademark etch on the main blade.. All blades have the Fighting Dog tang stamp. Knife comes with a new one piece Bulldog box... BKC #327-A
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Schatt & Morgan Keystone Series #64 Canoe, Limited Production of 100.>3.7" Closed and 3 Ounces.>Handled in Gorgeous & Well Matched Burnt Stag.>Stainless Double Pull Spear and Pen Blades.>Nickel Silver Slanted & Lined Bolsters.>Keystone Shield.>Blade Etch: Schatt & Morgan 1 of 100.>Steel Pins and Brass Liners.>The Stag Slabs are Really Well Matched.>Fine Craftsmanship Destined to be Rare.>The Knife in the Photos is the one you'll Receive.>Like a FLASH, Lightning Fast Shipping to YOU.Click on http://franksclassicknives.com for more great knives and free shipping.
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For your consideration, is a Great Eastern Northfield 262212 Watch Pocket Sunfish handled in beautiful Genuine Stag Handles that are well matched and balanced. GEC'S often stated goal is to replicate those high quality knives made 100 years ago and this knife does not fall short of that goal. That Northfield "bling" is obvious the second you hold it in your hand, with it's black lined and pinched nickel silver bolsters down to it's artfully placed brass pins. It's quality through and through. The Genuine Stag Handles are chip and crack free brand new. The Hammer Tested, Frozen Forged, 1095 Carbon Steel Spear blade is bright and shiny and proudly carries the Genuine Stag UN-X-LD trade mark. At 3" closed and 2.3 ounces, it's perfect for everyday carry but you'll just put this one away in some dark safe place to enjoy later. It's serial number 04. This beauty comes with the COA (on the storage tube) the Hat Pin, Tube and Wax paper.
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The 668214 Calf Roper Slim, a perfect fit in your collection.>3.5" Closed and 1.9 Ounces.>Handled in Beautiful Natural Stag.>Reminiscent of Early 1900's Quality.>1095 Carbon Steel Muskrat Clip and Pen Blades.>Serial Number 03.>Northfield Quality Made in Titusville,PA.>Nickel Silver Pinched and Lined Bolsters.>Northfield UN-X-LD Shield.>Brass Pins and Liners.>Comes with the COA and Storage Tube.>Like a FLASH, Lightning Fast Shipping to YOU.Click on http://franksclassicknives.com for more great knives and free shipping.
3 1/2" closed -- A Michelin promotional knife --blade has factory edge and finish -- locking blade works good and smooth--some oxidation on the brass--nice older Gerber
Have you got one of these? It's the 89 Gambler, one like this one is in my pocket when I go out for a steak dinner. It's perfect for that.
>Issued August 2012 >Handled in Beautiful Genuine Stag. >Nickel Silver Lined and Pinched Bolsters & No Shield. >Brass Pins and Liners. >Serial Number 24. >3.9770" closed and 1.80 0z. >1095 High Carbon Steel Clip and Pen Blades, bright and shiny. >It's got that turn of the 19th century Northfield quality. >Smooth opening and close with a snap. >A beautiful knife to add to your collection. >Comes with the COA, Hat Pin, Storage Tube and Wax Paper. >Like a FLASH, lightning fast shipping to you.
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THIS KNIFE IS A VERY GOOD LOOKER
IT HAS A 6254 STAMP WITH 7 DOTS
WHICH MAKES THE BLADE A 73 MODEL
BUT IT IS STILL A VERY NICE KNIFE
GREAT RED STAG HANDLES
NICE EDC THE BLADE CHANGE OUT OR HANDLES WAS DONE VERY WELL
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8 (eight) Case Classic COA's. I have tried to take a close up picture so I don't have to list each one... You buy all of them for one price...
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PATTERN: Stockman #884B
LENGTH (closed): 3-7/8”
BOLSTERS: Nickel Silver
HANDLES: Laminated hardwood handles
BLADES: Clip, sheepfoot & spey blades
TANG STAMPS: CAMILLUS (with long line above & below)/NEW YORK/U.S.A.
CONDITION: New without box
DAMAGE: None noted
BLADE WEAR: None
SNAP: Like new
MADE IN: U.S.A.
ADDITIONAL INFO: This Camillus knife has the last tang stamp Camillus used, this would mean the knife was made between 1989 and 2007. This knife appears in the catalogs in the 1990s and is listed on the 1999 price list, but it does not appear on the 2001 pricelist. This would be a great addition to any Camillus collection!
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REPRODUCTION OF A RUSSELL CATALOG BY DEWEY FERGUSON 1800's OR EARLY 1900.. 49 PAGES SHOWS THEIR KNIVES AT THAT TIME BARLOWS, WHITTLERS, NAVY, BOWIE DINNER AND ETC. NEAT TO HAVE ESPECIALLY FOR A RUSSELL COLLECTOR.
FERGUSON CAME OUT WITH THIS IN 1972 AND IN ITSELF HAS BECOME A COLLECTOR ITEM.
I PURCHASED THIS AROUND 1973 & RECENTLY FOUND ANOTHER ONE SO CAN SHARE IT WITH SOMEONE ELSE.
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J. RUSSELL & CO. GREEN RIVER WORKS <> (1884-1900 ?)--BOWIE-9 1/2 INCHES OVERALL LENGTH-CLIP BLADE SOME USE TIGHT MARKED-STAG HANDLES SOME SCUFFS ON END TIGHT..NORMALY $350 TO $525
****HOW OFTEN HAVE YOU SEEN ONE FOR SALE ?? NO MATTER WHAT.***
MAKER: Imperial Schrade Corp.
CLOSED LENGTH: 3-5/16 inches
HANDLES: Saw cut Delrin.
BLADES: Clip, sheepfoot & spey blades of 1095 carbon steel.
BOLSTERS: Nickel Silver
TANG STAMPS: SCHRADE/N.Y. U.S.A./34OT
CONDITION: Very Good
DAMAGE: Some spotting & staining of the carbon steel blades. It has been sharpened. Has the typical pocket wear & dings on the handles and bolsters.
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
BLADE WEAR: Blades have been sharpened, about 15% blade loss. Clip blade is about 1/16” short.
SHIELD: Old Timer shield.
SNAP: Very good.
ADDITIONAL INFO: There is minimal side play on the clip blade. I only noticed it because I check Schrades for side play, as a slight amount is normal with the Swinden Key system they use for assembling these knives. The play is about what I consider normal for this pattern. This knife is a very good used example of one of the most popular Schrade patterns. The size makes it a pocket friendly pattern. A great user knife!
PATTERN: -8OT Senior
LENGTH (closed): -4”
BOLSTERS: -Nickel silver
HANDLES: -Saw cut Delrin
BLADES: -Clip blade with long pull; Spey & Sheepfoot blades.
TANG STAMPS: -SCHRADE/N.Y. U.S.A./8OT
CONDITION: - Very Good+
DAMAGE: - Normal sharpening of blades and pocket wear. It does have just a hair of side play in the sheepfoot that is not noticeable unless you are looking for it. Does not effect usability of the knife. No play in the clip or spey blades.
BLADE WEAR: - I think it has been used but appears to still have the factory edge.
SNAP: -Very good
MADE IN: U.S.A.
ADDITIONAL INFO: There is a little side play in the sheepfoot blade. I only noticed it because I check Schrades for side play as a slight amount is normal with the Swinden Key system they use for assembling these knives. The play is about what I consider normal for these. If a tiny bit of play bothers you, this is not the knife for you, but if you want to use this knife it will perform very satisfactorily. This knife would also make a nice display piece.
MAKER: Schrade PATTERN: Junior CLOSED LENGTH: 2-3/4 inches HANDLES: Saw cut Delrin. BLADES: Clip master, sheepfoot & pen blades of 1095 carbon steel. BOLSTERS: Nickel Silver LINERS: Brass TANG STAMPS: SCHRADE/ U.S.A. 108OT CONDITION: Very good.
DAMAGE: Some spotting on the blades & surface pitting. It has been sharpened.
AGE: 1973 and 2004.
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA BLADE WEAR: Blades appear to have been sharpened, less than 10% blade loss.SHIELD: Old Timer shield.
SNAP: Very good on all three blades. No blade wobble.
ADDITIONAL INFO: This is a very pocket friendly & sheeple friendly pattern with a lot of cutting power in the three little blades.
TANG STAMPS: SCHRADE/U.S.A. 34OT
DAMAGE: Some spotting & staining of the carbon steel blades. It has been sharpened. Has the typical pocket wear & dings on the handles and bolsters. Minor surface pitting.
BLADE WEAR: Blades have been sharpened, maybe 10% blade loss or less.
SNAP: Very good, no side play.
ADDITIONAL INFO: This knife is an excellent used example of one of the most popular Schrade patterns. A nice addition to your collection or to your pocket. The size makes it a pocket friendly pattern.
9 (nine) Case Classic COA's. I have tried to take a close up picture so I don't have to list each one... You buy all nine of them for one price...
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