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Jaeger Knives

Postby RobesonsRme.com » Thu Nov 08, 2018 3:39 pm

This was first listed at $400.00. Now $299.00.

I think that's less than $25.00 per knife, plus the marked display case.

Instant collection for somebody.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/AERIAL-JAEGER- ... 0033.m2042

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Re: Jaeger Knives

Postby mrwatch » Thu Nov 08, 2018 3:57 pm

Thanks, I do not recognize it. also a link shown for a Vintage Buster Brown Shoe Co. St. Louis Campers 4 Blade Bone Handle Pocket Knife. Not seen one. I was born in St. Louise. parents took us to the local shoe store to buy Buster Brown shoes for school. mid 1950's. don't remember a knife but we put our feet in the fluoroscope machine to see our toes. also he had a metal bracelet with I believe a rocket ship on it. He used like a Dremel engraver to put our names on them. Who was Jaeger knives? who made them?

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Re: Jaeger Knives

Postby Mumbleypeg » Thu Nov 08, 2018 5:06 pm

From Levine's Guide
Jaeger Brothers: One of the first American entrants into the sport hunting knife market after WWI was Jaeger Brothers of Marinette, Wisconsin, owners of the Aerial Manufacturing Company (see Makers of Picture Handle Pocketknives)


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Re: Jaeger Knives

Postby tongueriver » Thu Nov 08, 2018 7:51 pm

Nice knives, too. I think I recall seeing more than one "Buster Brown" knife made in a woodcraft pattern by Marbles. Oh... try this:
https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&gl= ... c3l3GXkB6Q

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Re: Jaeger Knives

Postby OLDE CUTLER » Wed Apr 10, 2019 5:40 pm

I ran across this one last weekend at our local fleamarket, noticing the nice bone on an otherwise beat knife. I paid $2 for it and at the time I was thinking of using the 4 1/8" frame to build a custom bull moose by making new clip and spear blades for it. I had never seen a Jaeger knife before, and after I got to looking at it good and prying the broken off blade open, I might have to change plans and try to keep it more original. It appears that the broken off blade might not have been a blade, but rather a saw. One can see if you look closely at the center picture that there is what appears to be a single tooth of a saw left behind. Has anyone ever seen a Jaeger with a clip blade and a saw blade?
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