There were 37 folding pocket knife patterns manufactured in the early to mid 1990s that make up the Case Classic line of knives. They are the product of Jim Parker's realization of a dream to replicate classic knives of many years past.
Most of the Case Classics were outsourced to Queen Cutlery. Four were made in house by W.R. Case & Sons. The pocket knife patterns made by W.R. Case & Sons include the 488 Congress, the 394 Gunboat Canoe, the 2100 Saddlehorn & the 254 Trapper.
The other 33 patterns include a nice variety of great old style knife patterns including the Elephant Toenail, Large Coke Bottle folding hunter, Single blade clasp, a couple different moose designs, several toothpicks, several stockman designs, two swing guard variations, a doctor's knife, a handful of whittlers, a smaller trapper & a Jumbo Trapper pattern designed after the great old Remington Bullet.
You will find examples of many of these knives show up for sale here regularly in many different configurations. They were made with all kinds of handle materials including genuine stag, jigged bone, ivory, mother of pearl, celluloid & more.