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RalphAlsip wrote:With thanks to Charlie RobesonsRme and Roger peanut740, my "cigar box" now contains this magnificent pre-1940 beast which is a Robeson 620 237 large Cigar pattern. It is 4 1/4" closed and snaps strongly at all three blade stops (closed, half open, full open).
Charlie has posted pictures before, so these pictures are somewhat redundant. You will note that the pattern number on the knife is "62237". Technically when this appears on an old Robeson there is an implied zero "0" after "62". Charlie, please clarify or correct my statement about the pattern number as needed.
rexstubbins wrote:Nice looking jack knife Ralph. I actually believe the pattern is 622 037
6 for the jigged bone
2 for the number of blades
2 signifying brass liners and nickel silver bolsters
037 is the pattern number
If there is a 5 digit pattern number they added a 0 between the 3rd & 4th digit so 62237 becomes 622037
This is from Price & Zalesky's guide.
gsmith7158 wrote:Same size as the 94 it appears.
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