The links in the table below offer a detailed explanation and reference to the countless stamps and markings found on Case knives.
|Case’s Knife Numbering System
||This link will explain W.R. Case’s numbering system that the company uses to represent knife patterns, handle materials, and other characteristics about its knives.
| Blade Abbreviations
||In addition to the pattern number, W.R. Case often stamps additional letters that represent certain blades or other unique characteristics incorporated in their knives. This link contains information about these characters.
|Dating Case Knives
||This link will provide information about Case’s tang stamps, and how they can be used to identify when a knife was made.
The following links offer illustrations and information pertaining to the many different knives manufactured by Case.
|Case Knives by pattern number
||This link lists most of Case’s knife patterns by their factory pattern number, shows a picture, and gives each knife a name, along with a description.
|Case Knives by name
||This link lists most of W. R. Case’s knife patterns by name alphabetically. Here you will find pictures, descriptions, and the pattern number that has been assigned to each knife.
These links will show images and descriptions of the materials and components used by Case and how they are put together.
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