Ulster #50 Slim Serpentine Jack
PATTERN: #50 Slim Serpentine Jack
LENGTH (Closed): 3-1/4”
BOLSTERS: Nickel silver
SHIELD: Oval nickel silver shield
HANDLES: Composition handles. Listed as Bonite in the 1960 Ulster catalog.
BLADES: Slim clip blade & pen blade.
TANG STAMPS: ULSTER/USA/50
CONDITION: Near Mint
DAMAGE: Small surface rust spot on the back of the clip blade in a darkened spot or something has touched it on the front of the clip blade. May have slight handle shrinkage, but it is difficult to tell.
BLADE WEAR: Blades appear to be full and unsharpened.
SNAP: Very strong
MADE IN: U.S.A.
ADDITIONAL INFO: I got this knife and a knife and gun show this last weekend. I knew it was a nice condition, but I didn’t realize exactly how nice it was. This knife did not require cleaning, so I didn’t clean it. I think all I did was below a little dust off with my air compressor. This is an excellent example of a postwar Ulster and one of their very popular patterns in the popular 3 ¼ inch frame. This knife would make a good EDC and it would also make an outstanding display knife for a collection.
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Item # 40831
Shipping & Handling to United States Addresses: $4.50
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