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Hey Fine Folks,
Has anyone here seen this knife pattern before? Each blade has a CASE TESTED XX Tang stamp. It's got a large wood spacer in between each handle. Custom job or did Case actually make a knife like this?
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I believe it's called a budding knife.
Somebody with more knowledge than me will help you out.
Here's a photo of a newer version.
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Wow! It is a rare pecan grafting knife. You used both blades to cut out the limb in square pattern and cut a matching patch in the tree you were grafting to. Factory knife.
Super find. Congrats!
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Very cool knife, thanks for posting. Thank for the info too, Ken.
Pocket, fixed, machete, axe, it's all good!
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Pic from Levine's Guide, p.167, 3rd edition.(1993 price.) Cool, valuable, rare.
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