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Collectors of Great Eastern, Northfield and Tidioute Knives

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Why not a line of GEC's with a higher quality stainless steel?

Started by Jack Haskins, Jr.. Last reply by Jack Haskins, Jr. Oct 21. 22 Replies

First GEC pocket knife

Started by Jack Haskins, Jr.. Last reply by Ron Dumeah Oct 20. 11 Replies

A GEC knife made it on the cover of my upcoming book!

Started by Stefan Schmalhaus. Last reply by Jan Carter Oct 8. 5 Replies

Newest offering of the 715113 Bullnose

Started by Terry Ray. Last reply by biglmbass Jun 11. 16 Replies

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Comment by Jan Carter 4 hours ago

Special Wounded Warrior Project Auction Starts Today!

“I ran across that first Wounded Warrior knife you put up and I won back in the day (2009).  How would you like to have it back to raffle off again?  It was a 2009 2nd cut jigged stag 89.  Be my pleasure to donate it if you want to do it.  Already engraved with Wounded Warrior Supporter on the blade……………”
“Greg, ……..  I’d like to do this in honor of my daughter, Amanda, who was an Army MP Sergeant involved in an IED explosion when she was stationed in Baghdad in November 2003.  She still has constant headaches and a 90% VA disability from the Traumatic Brain Injury she suffered. At that time the HMMWVs were not armored and the explosion blew the vehicle upside down.  Both her and the driver were knocked out and when she came to, the vehicle was on fire.  She pulled the still unconscious driver out and then the HMMWV burned up totally.  Anyway, she refused the Purple Heart because she didn’t have a gunshot wound – she was a stubborn one.  At that early time in the conflict, all the brain injury issues from the IED explosions were unknown.
 
Anyway, I’m honored that you’d put it up again for auction at some
point.
I just found out about this  one and it is over tomorrow at noon

Comment by Andrew Cutler on October 5, 2014 at 5:41

Wow=I want one!!!

Comment by Bruce Piehl on October 4, 2014 at 16:52

It is still a museum, a portion of the proceeds from the sales goes back to the museum, and the Wounded Worriers Project. The ship is constantly being upgraded (maintained) do to the salt water it sits in.

Comment by jeff on October 4, 2014 at 16:23

 i thought the Texas was a museum now.. did they tear it down? my dad did some traveling on her during wwII  in the battle of Iwo Jima ,as a raider in the marine corp. Nice looking knife .

Comment by Steve Hanner on October 4, 2014 at 15:44

incredible knife!

Comment by John Bamford on October 4, 2014 at 10:04

That's a fantastic looking knife there Jan and a real piece of history too !!

Comment by Jan Carter on October 4, 2014 at 8:03

Have you seen the newest? America's Fighting Ship Knives, Battleship Texas Viper proto type, with Wood Decking handles. Damascas steel forged from the engine room of the Battleship, by Devon Thomas, 3" wharncliffe blade. Nickel silver, triple lined bolsters with brass liners and pins. Inlay shield with 04TX etched on the side of the handle with lanyard hole. Comes with a certificate of authenticity that this knife is forged with original steel from the Historic Battleship Texas BB-35. (Steel dated 1912) Also a Walnut presentation box with red felt and etched seal of the USS TEXAS BB-35. Hand made knife by Great Eastern Cutlery.

Comment by Terry Ray on August 28, 2014 at 8:53
Wooohoooo congrats Paul, it's a beautiful one of a kind !
Comment by Paul Slusser on August 28, 2014 at 8:03
This is the only one that was made according to Chris.
Comment by Jan Carter on August 27, 2014 at 17:20

Paul,

Goodness I wish they would put that handle material into production.  But then I want you to own the only one LOL

 
 
 

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