Gorgeous knives Joe - an ivory (?) handled quill, nice jack and a wharncliffe whittler too
WLF - that is one nice Farmer's jack with sweet jigged bone
... is that second blade a coping blade?
Here's a few of mine -
smooth bone jack:
"Stabber" - 4" closed and one big blade, about 1/8" thick and double swedge... if I am right the "stabber" was considered a poor man's dirk but quite frankly probably was used as a hunter as well... check out that huge spring as well - snaps like a bear trap
A few things I have noticed with Southington
knives - lots of their blades had a double swedge and the tang stamps were either straight line or curved... also lots of them were barehead just from my own observations which are probably somewhat limited compared to others...
- another good old quality CT maker