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Detailed info on these two 1992 custom case knives?

1.)  CASE XX Bradford, PA.   19 USA 92  7254 SS  "The Eagle Dancer" in wooden presentation box, serial #'d 465 2.) CASE XX  USA 19 BFD, P…

Started by Steve Coderre

12 yesterday
Reply by Jan Carter

Can anyone help...one more pic

Here's the entire knife. The other side is a skimpily-dressed girl

Started by Louis

2 on Thursday
Reply by Jan Carter

Can anyone help ID this knife?

OK. This is a 2-blade pocket I picked up years ago. Pretty decent quality. At first I thought Golden Rule, but the stamp isn't the same. As…

Started by Louis

30 on Wednesday
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Can anyone help getting a value on this knife

Hello all, I am looking for some assistance on the knife pictured here.  I bought it back in the late 70s or early 80s.  It is made by Gerb…

Started by Seve Oberstein

7 Apr 9
Reply by Jan Carter

Smith & Wesson SWAT First Millennium Run - value estimates?

I've been searching and don't see any better group to place this question under. Maybe I'm just not looking hard enough or need to start a…

Started by allanm

6 Apr 8
Reply by dead_left_knife_guy

Unknown Manufacturer of Kitchen Knife (With Dexter) See pictures

My grandmother gave this 8 inch kitchen knife to my mom in the early '50's, and mom put it away for fear of   getting tetanus from a cut. I…

Started by Ellen Graham

5 Apr 6
Reply by Jan Carter

M KLEIN & SONS AUTOMATIC HAWKBILL KNIFE

I recently purchased an automatic hawkbill  knife. The guy told me it was made by Camillus  in the 1940's for Klein & Sons. It is stamp…

Started by DAN REYNOLDS

3 Apr 5
Reply by Jan Carter

have you ever seen one of these?

IMG_0959.JPG  I found this imperial Ireland stainless putty knife with folding blade in the handle.  Has anyone ever seen one of these?

Started by Patrick Mcdonald

3 Mar 15
Reply by Jan Carter

Help with well end jack identification

This is my favorite jack. Unfortunately, there is nothing left on the tang to identify it. Could any of you fine folks give me a hint? Mayb…

Started by Jeff Toy

0 Mar 9

Is this celluloid?

Is the the dreaded celluloid or is it just plastic? The knife is marked, OMEGAWERK, SOLINGEN GERMANY on the main blade, the back side is m…

Started by Michael Squier

10 Feb 22
Reply by Jan Carter

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