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Mumbleypeg wrote:Very nice piece! Hard to beat an old Robeson.
Wonder what's going to happen to the brand name now that Queen has gone under? Hope it doesn't end up on China-made cutlery.
Landersknives wrote:Here is a new edition to my Robeson addiction. A nice little knife pattern #622319. Great snap. It makes me smile cause I like it and I got it at a crazy price.
kootenay joe wrote:Was this pen knife made by Robeson ? or a more recent Queen made knife ?
woodwalker wrote:Landersknives wrote:Here is a new edition to my Robeson addiction. A nice little knife pattern #622319. Great snap. It makes me smile cause I like it and I got it at a crazy price.
Very nice Ed!! Pretty and in very good shape!! Congratts buddy!
RobesonsRme.com wrote:The knife in the OP does, however, have the same strawberry colored Delrin handles that Robeson was using at the end of their existence. I have a similar knife, a serpentine jack. The knives were also packed and shipped in the white/green/black boxes that Robeson was using in the 50's and 60's.
Tom Kalcevic, in Knives Can Talk, stated that Emerson Case agreed to stay on for one year to assist with the transition and finally retired in 1966.
Apparently, initially, the earliest knives from this period were made with original parts.
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