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garddogg56 wrote:Here ya go Brian
#goldpan wrote:Love your collection B.Mauser! Those Old Cutlers are very nice The Swiss Masters are new to me. Very nice. Garrddogg56 you have collection as well. I have some Colonial Hobos somewhere I'll have to dig them out and post some pics.
Tsar Bomba wrote:I'll offer this up as a teaser to give myself inspiration to take pictures of the rest. This is the latest Colonial in my hoard, a Sharp USA-stamped 2-blade jack in Colonial's infamous faux-stag, on the same frame as the 3-spring stockman also stamped with "Sharp USA 270". 270 might be the pattern number?
This is the stockman for comparison:
A newer poster in General Knife Discussion posted a Colonial-stamped version of the stockman this week, so it should be interesting to see how many variants of these little serpentine knives we can put together with the collective accumulators of AAPK working on it.
B.Mauser wrote:I'm looking forward to your pictures. And funny that you mention these. I'm working on some pictures of a couple Colonial Sharp knives I have so I can add them to my website soon.
I got a new one recently too. We might be buying knives from the same guy.
Did you get your Sharp from a guy in Providence R.I? I have bought 5 Colonials from him this month. I love it when they come from the motherland!
DM11 wrote:Old Cutler you certainly have a nice collection of Colonial knives!
OLDE CUTLER wrote:Also am I correct in calling it a cattle knife as it does not have the awl or punch blade as cattle knives usually do?
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