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knife7knut wrote:I have a near identical one except for the date on the coin;mine is dated 1948.
XX Case XX wrote:I think you have at least one of every knife known to Man...
I'm trying but haven't quite achieved that........yet! lol Thanks for the kind words.
Iain1211 wrote:I picked this up for a few pounds at a flea market recently. It's a Lucky Farthing knife, with a George V, 1932 farthing. A British farthing is a quarter of a penny in old money, written (¼d). Pre 1971 there were 240 pennies to the pound, so a farthing was 1/960 of a pound sterling. Very logical!
The coin is bronze, and the knife, Sheffield steel. Love the Richards brand lamp-post tang. Are there are coin knife equivalents out there in other counties, I wonder?
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