Kershaw Set - SOLD

Kershaw began its foray into the knife business sometime during 1974. The company was originally based in Portland Oregon, but most early knives were manufactured in Japan. The first US manufacturing plant was opened in 1997 & the company currently offers knives made in the U.S., Japan, & China. Pete Kershaw (an ex Gerber salesman) started the business.
Post Reply
User avatar
Paladin
Bronze Tier
Bronze Tier
Posts: 11068
Joined: Sun Apr 08, 2007 12:20 am
Location: Near Austin, Texas, between a Rock and a Weird Place
Contact:

Kershaw Set - SOLD

Post by Paladin » Mon Jan 23, 2023 6:12 pm

Guys,
In a collection I acquired a while back I found a set of 6 Kershaw folders with stag handles. All bolsters are numbered 433/1200. I called Kershaw to get info on this group and the lady there knew nothing about them. She says that they have not had knives made in Japan since 1990 and that they kept poor records.
The pattern numbers on this batch are 4225, 4425, 4175, 4125, 4375 and 4325. The knives are all mint. No boxes or presentation case or such, just 6 nice Kershaws.
Do we have Kershaw collectors here? If so, I'll take $270 for the 6 and mail to you in the USA for that amount.

Ray
Attachments
IMG_8150.JPG
IMG_8151.JPG
IMG_8152.JPG
IMG_8153.JPG
IMG_8154.JPG
IMG_8155.JPG
IMG_8156.JPG
Paladin

God Bless the USA
Please visit my store SWEETWATER KNIVES
"Buy more ammo" - Johnnie Fain
"I'm glad I ain't scared to be lazy." Augustus McCrae

doglegg
Gold Tier
Gold Tier
Posts: 15630
Joined: Mon Sep 18, 2017 2:35 am
Location: Grand Prairie, Texas

Re: Kershaw Set

Post by doglegg » Mon Jan 23, 2023 10:55 pm

Very cool set Ray.

User avatar
Paladin
Bronze Tier
Bronze Tier
Posts: 11068
Joined: Sun Apr 08, 2007 12:20 am
Location: Near Austin, Texas, between a Rock and a Weird Place
Contact:

Re: Kershaw Set

Post by Paladin » Mon Jan 23, 2023 11:12 pm

doglegg wrote:
Mon Jan 23, 2023 10:55 pm
Very cool set Ray.
Thanks, Dog!

Ray
Paladin

God Bless the USA
Please visit my store SWEETWATER KNIVES
"Buy more ammo" - Johnnie Fain
"I'm glad I ain't scared to be lazy." Augustus McCrae

Post Reply

Return to “Kershaw Knife Forum”