The Holley Manufacturing Co. was a Lakeville, CT based company that was founded way back in 1844 by Alexander Holley. The company made very high quality knives before going out of business circa the late 1930s.
Holley marked pocket knives are highly desirable collectibles. AAPK members post them for sale on occasion, but they don't come around as often as many other great old American knife brands due to their scarcity.
Tang stamp: “Holley Mfg. Co.” represents period 1854-1930s. Highly collectible 3-blade MOP pen knife from what is thought be America’s oldest C..
6 1/4" closed razor. The blade full, the width:1/2". The tang stamped (Holley/Warranted). Handles are cell, no cracks. Not original box. Marked on on..
4" closed knife. The blade full, may of been replaced, long time ago. The blade stamped 9Holley/Lakevill, Conn). The blade walks and talks, 1/2 stop. ..
4" closed knife. Strong snap on opening and closing. Tang stamped (Holley/Lakeville Conn). Handles are ebony no cracks. Looks like pin was replaced at..
Tang stamp: “Holley Mfg. Co.” represents period 1854-1930s. Highly collectible, well-used easy- open jack knife from what considered America’s old..
3 1/2" closed. Blades are at 90% all stamped (Holley Mfg Lakeville Conn). The blades walk and talk with 1/2 stop. Handles are cocobolo, with chip on b..
Tang stamp: “Holley Mfg. Co. Lakeville” represents period 1854-1930s. Highly collectible 3-blade MOP pen knife from what is thought be America’s o..
3 1/4" closed knife. The blades at 95% both stamped (Holley/Lakeville). All blades walk and talk with 1/2 stop. Handles look to be ebony. ..
2 3/8" closed knife. The blades are full at 98% the blades are marked (Holly Mfg CO). All blades walk and talk. Handles are pearl, no cracks. This i..
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