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Paladin wrote:Beautiful knife! If I still had any ring turns I'd be hot and heavy after that one.
ea42 wrote:Here it is:
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bronze4u wrote:I WILL TRADE FOR NICE VINTAGE RING TURN, OR SEVERAL RING TURNS:
Hello, I just wanted to put this out there:
I have a Canal Street Ring Turn 'PROTOTYPE' made prior to 2006, with beautiful pristine 'stag bone' handles made in North Carolina facility.
Bolster is stamped "PROTOTYPE'
This knife is mint condition (no box as it was not in production yet)
I also have paperwork/documentation on this knife showing it was sent to the handle material supplier and was marked by Canal as 'prototype' This is most likely a 'one off' sent to the handle maker/supplier by Canal Street to create these handles.
Since it was still a prototype the blades are not stamped, adding to the scarcity of this knife!
As some of you know I collect ring turn knives. I would be willing to trade this beautiful, rare, mint Canal Street knife for either a really special vintage ring turn, or several ring turns for that matter.
If any of you have something in mind please send me an email or message with pictures of what you have in trade. (must be antique/vintage ring turn knives in great condition)
Here are some photos of said knife.
bkazz5 wrote:I have a couple WH Morley's. Would like to keep the bigger one for myself but could let the smaller one go.