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JohnR wrote:My opinions for what its worth, it is not a WW1 Navy knife, they were bare end with a bail and no shield, the main blade profile is not as wide as the Navy knife, I have an early Cut Co boys knife single blade with this profile, I will add pictures later.
This one appears to me to be a civilian version in a boys knife size, would make sense to me as Schrade would have had nail file blades to use and why not make another knife with those blades, I know when I was a boy I needed a lot of nail work
It is a very attractive knife even though its been buffed, it does concern me that I have never seen another example but very few may have been made. The seller does list a lot of rare and unusual vintage knives and prices are high, I did make an offer on this knife but it was declined.
gsmith7158 wrote:Yes his BIN prices are always very high. I've only been able to come to terms with him on one knife though I've made offers on several from his stable.
peanut740 wrote:Seller has some excellent knives and most are priced very high.I have bought a few over the years.He will take offers,just don't expect him to take half of his asking price.
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