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kootenay joe wrote:I like the # 09 Esquire, a 2 7/8" Pen knife but it is not that popular, so i doubt GEC will make another run. I would like to see a short run of these with the absolute best handle materials 'out there'. These would be expensive knives, maybe with a gold shield, fluted bolsters, all in perfect 'flow'. This would be harking back to 100+ years ago (1870's - 1920) when a fancy pen knife was the most expensive pattern the manufacturer made. It was often given as a special gift or something the successful man might buy for himself.
So, an 09 with the best blue-green mammoth handles.
What knife would you like to see GEC make ?
RalphAlsip wrote:I would like for Northwoods to offer a 2 blade Fremont based on the GEC 79 Montana Workhorse. The reason for wanting it branded Northwoods is to see this pattern dressed in a deluxe handle such as Mammoth, Giraffe, etc. I took the liberty to photoshop an example rendition of my wished for item. You will notice the master blade is the large Northfield spear instead of Northwoods Bohncliffe that has been used on the Fremont in the past. I would want a Northwoods branded spear - not the Northfield as shown in my frankenknife picture.
I hope it is clear that my picture is a "mock-up" and not a real knife.
kootenay joe wrote:Can you describe the Cuttin Horse pattern ? This name was used by Bulldog for one of the Sowbelly Stock knives but i don't think it is an actual pattern name. Size, shape, # of blades & which blades ?
kootenay joe wrote:The Daddy Barlow is a rather dull pattern. I can't see the attraction. Maybe you is jokin' ? There are still nice unused Imperial Daddy Barlows from 1960's to fulfill your desire for Daddy B.
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