Schatt and Morgan Penknife
MAKER: Schatt and Morgan
LENGTH (closed): 2 – 7/8”
BOLSTERS: Nickel silver tip bolsters
SHIELD: Red federal shield
HANDLES: Waterfall celluloid
BLADES: Swedge ground large pen blade with long pull and small pen blade
TANG STAMPS: SXM/TITUSVILLE/PA.
CONDITION: Very good
DAMAGE: Normal wear to blade then handles, rear handle has a couple of holes which appear perhaps to have been caused by hot pin or welding spatter.
BLADE WEAR: Blades appear nearly full. I would say approximately 10% wear
SNAP: Very good
MADE IN: U.S.A.
ADDITIONAL INFO: I do not know much about Schatt and Morgan knives, but I do know they are said to have been in Titusville Pennsylvania from two 1902 to 1928. Goins says the colored shield was the distinguishing mark of the Dollar Knives, a less expensive line by Schatt and Morgan. This is a nice little knife with a nickel silver clevis; it could be carried on a key chain. Add this great piece of cutlery history to your collection!
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Item # 1288
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