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Here’s a picture I took today of some knives made by my Great Grandfather Jean Case’s company. All are Case Bros., Tested XX, Little Valley, N.Y., which makes them all over 109 years old. Some of you might recognize the top one. It was one of the cover knives on the cover of my cousin Brad Lockwood’s book, Tested XX The Case Cutlery Dynasty. These will eventually be on my AAPK Store Platform.
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Pretty cool John. When I visited your cousin Laura Case Bishop with Brad she showed us a complete Case bros carving set like you have. I was saddened to hear she passed away, she had some great stories about early Little Valley. Lester is very nice too, was fun visiting with them.
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Great looking fixed blades and sharpening steel, John.
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