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TwoFlowersLuggage wrote:Didn't Queen use that stamp (with the all caps "TITUSVILLE") on some of their S&M knives?
(not my knife - I pulled this pic off ebay)
Brumbydownunder wrote:@Simeone Tang stamps should only ever be used as a guide and not 100% Gospel on a knife's authenticity - Tang Stamps get changed up all the time for special runs etc. From your pictures I would say the knife started out as Genuine & it's modern not pre 1932 ...but it appears to be re-handled as none of the pins are spun (Domed) and the shield is (???) The pile side may never have been stamped or could have been cleaned off when it was re-handled. There was a Heritage series that used that shield .... but .......
This is a Genuine S&M ... same tang stamp as yours - note the shield - most (not all) S&M of the modern era have this shield.
The other side of that Blade
And the pen blade that is only marked on one side
Absolutely my knife is genuine as it was gifted to me by one K. Ryan Daniels
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