... that's quite a Wharncliffe you have there!
Ken - That knife looks unused
- One could have had the Ulster wrapper and just put the Hammer Brand knife in it which confuses things... and you probably thought of these possibilities already
... That's just too scary to contemplate... but I suppose its possible. That's why I was hoping someone would verify its an Ulster.
... Just received one of those with a red handle... haven't taken any pics yet.
ObsidianEdge wrote:Very nice hawk! Nice to see one without the tip being rounded off from sharpening.
... do you mean like this one?...
Neat Hobo knives... I like how the "Remember the Maine" places the knives in context to the time period it was produced in.
... Very nice!
I still seeking a Dwight Devine Ulster to to acquire... & yours is a whittler to boot...
OK... so here is a "Baer period" Ulster I picked up recently.... a #63 Whittler.... My first swell center handle & a blade combination I felt was rather uncommon... two different size clip blades & a coping pen blade which I have not seen before.
From the 1959 catalog: