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PostPosted: Sun Apr 03, 2011 11:58 pm 
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Here is a nice old Case Tested XX Hunting knife with big slabs of jigged bone :)

Post your American fixed blade knives here ::tu::


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 04, 2011 12:52 am 
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Nice knife Dimitri. I really like those handles. This is the only U.S. fixed blade I've got. Western - Boulder, Colo. - USA - L39. I got this in about 1958 for one book of Top Value Trading Stamps.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 04, 2011 5:27 am 
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tjmurphy wrote:
I got this in about 1958 for one book of Top Value Trading Stamps.


Wow! that is really neat Tom ::tu::

It` in good shape and you still have it after all this time, and to think you got it for the price of a book of trading stamps :o

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 04, 2011 5:35 pm 
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Very nice & interesting knife !!!!

Here is a pair that my Dad bought in 1963 ? ( I think ) , when we visited Yellowstone National Park


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 04, 2011 6:23 pm 
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Here is a Case XX and a 80 year old Hammer Brand


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 04, 2011 6:29 pm 
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Dean and Gino - Very nice knives

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What TJ said ::tu::

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 04, 2011 10:44 pm 
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tjmurphy wrote:
Nice knife Dimitri. I really like those handles. This is the only U.S. fixed blade I've got. Western - Boulder, Colo. - USA - L39. I got this in about 1958 for one book of Top Value Trading Stamps.
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I wonder if they still have the trading stamps? ::dang:: ::shrug::


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I've not seen any in years. Used to be that the grocery stores gave them out. For every dime you spent you got one stamp. There were probably more, but the ones I remember were the S&H Green Stamps and Top Value. One was handed out at the A&P stores and the other at Albers Markets, but I don't remember which handed out which.

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 04, 2011 10:51 pm 
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Here are a few more.............


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 04, 2011 10:56 pm 
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tjmurphy wrote:
I've not seen any in years. Used to be that the grocery stores gave them out. For every dime you spent you got one stamp. There were probably more, but the ones I remember were the S&H Green Stamps and Top Value. One was handed out at the A&P stores and the other at Albers Markets, but I don't remember which handed out which.

I remember the S&H Green stamps well. But I'm thinking you ended up with the better end of the deal. ::tu:: I would think that those trading stamps may be long gone, or what ever they were traded for.


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Here's a Schrade Cut Co. fixed blade...

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A Camillus PSK from 1967...

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I think this is a Western...

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Another Schrade...

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And another Schrade...

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A few from my collection:
My first knife purchased 57 years ago;probably a Utica(it isn't marked)
A PAL RH-35 & RH-36 marked USN Mk.1 and Mk.2
4 Remingtons(RH73;RH32;?;RH29)
4 Woodcraft patterns;Marbles;Olcut(wood handle simulating stag)Union Cutlery Dardevle;Remington RH32(previously shown)
Small Case XX stag
Hammer Brand
KA-BAR floating knife with cutout blade
A MALCO duct knife
A mystery knife;no markings except for a frontal view of a boar's head on the handle.Possibly a Cattaraugus.
PAL RH22 fish scaler
PAL RH36 with a custom stag handle


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 06, 2011 12:58 pm 
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All nice knives!

k7k, I think you're right on your mystery knife being a Catt.

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K7K, I love the Rem outers pattern with the bone slabs. I have two Imperials that look almost identical to that.

The mystery knife...I have seen a very similar handle material and shape that was also used on Imperials.

Nice sharing anyway!

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