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Hello -- I am still cataloguing knives. It's fun when I find information about the knife or knife maker on-line but it's not much fun when I can't find anything and its such a beautiful knife.
Its a fixed blade (see I'm learning) with a wooden handle. On the blade the knife is inscribe LUCKY with a star underneath.
Does anyone recognize this?
I have attached a couple of pictures (sorry! not a great photographer)
Mary it was way more, way better, over the top , dag on gorgeous. As I told you I collect fillet knives, except of coure for Lucky Star knife. I owned one and your husbands is my second. First of all I want to wish you my condolences for your loss. It is so hard to loose a loved one, then to face the challenges of departing with their collections. Downsizing under normal conditions is hard enough, let alone adding this like this into the mix. This Lucky Star knife is one outstanding knife. I own very few knives that are not fillets, and both of my Lucky Star knives have set me dazzled. I would love to know who made these knives. Outstanding workmanship. All the knives I have seen of your husbands collection are very much high end, some hard to find, and all in great shape. For goodness sakes knife collectors , look at the pictures Mary is offering and make your offers based off of those pictures. She is no expert and depends on a couple people who are not seeing these knives in person. Make your offers accordingly, My belief is, she should not offer a return policy unless there was a hidden defect and believe me this woman is a top notch wonderful person of the highest level. Payment was made so easy by having a Paypal account. She sent me an invoice, I hit the pay button and boom, it was paid. She shipped bullet fast, and very well packaged. I received it in two days. Way better then expected. Seems like her husband kept his knives well protected and in great order. Thanks so much Mary and I am looking forward on more purchases.
I am so glad you have found a home for this one. Any help you need, ask. The folks on here are just wonderful at helping, they make me proud to call them friends on a daily basis.
After an accident a couple of years ago, we downsized together and it has been the most amazing process. Still downsizing a little but you are sometimes it is difficult to say good bye to a cherished object you hunted down and got together.
I hope you enjoy the knife!
Ms. Mary, this is Peter. I sort of forgot what your email address was and therefor lost contact. I was wondering how your new settlement was going. I wish you all the best. What a wonderful person you are. I still have all the knives. I often take them out and show my friends. Very happy with my purchase, especially that Lucky Star. I wish I could find out who made those knives. I love them.