Canal Street Knife Identification

Former Schrade President Walley Gardner and principal Joe Hufnagel joined with nine master cutlers to form a group of US craftsmen with over 300 years of combined knife making experience to create Canal Street Cutlery. It was first located in upstate New York where a long and rich tradition of quality knife making dates back to the 19th century. Unfortunately, the company closed its doors in 2015, but not before making some great knives. The brand was resurrected in 2018 as Canal Street Cutlery Co-Op & focuses on making very small batches of high quality traditional knives. As a Co-Op, it is owned by the knife makers who work there.
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Canal Street Knife Identification

Post by Dick Durango » Thu Jul 20, 2017 6:19 pm

Anyone on this forum familiar with this Canal Street Knife? I assume it is a sleeveboard ring turn abalone knife, but I am unable to find a picture of this Knife anywhere on the internet. Model? Value? No paperwork or box with this particular knife. Any help is appreciated.
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Re: Canal Street Knife Identification

Post by treefarmer » Thu Jul 20, 2017 7:59 pm

Howdy, Dick Durango! Welcome to AAPK.
Hang on a little bit and member Philco may be able to help you with your Canal Street knife.
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Re: Canal Street Knife Identification

Post by philco » Thu Jul 20, 2017 9:18 pm

I just replied on the other thread you started. Not a lot of those little knives floating around these days.
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Re: Canal Street Knife Identification

Post by Dick Durango » Fri Jul 21, 2017 3:30 pm

I won this knife on a bidding site and can't wait to get this knife in my hands. I don't think the pictures probably do the knife justice. I hear such good things about Canal Street knives. Too bad they went out of business. I was just surprised that I can find nowhere on the internet where somebody has one of these abalone ring knives from Canal Street. It has the number 179 on it so I assume it was 1 of 200 made. Wish I could find more information.
Thanks Everyone.

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