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Current Pattern numbers for Daniel Era Queens

And Carl Bradshaw provided this

This is pre 1985

1 - Hawkbill
2 - Serpentine Jack
3 - Sleeveboard Pen

4 - Sleeveboard Pen
5 - Senator Pen
6 - Senator Pen
7 - Senator Pen
8 - Senator Pen
9 - Stockman
10 - Large Jack
11 - Utility
12 - Utility
13 - Utility
14 - Peanut
15 - Half Congress
16 - Stockman
17 - Peanut
18 - Large Jack
19 - Trapper
20 - Toothpick
21 - Sleeveboard
22 - Barlow
23 - Barlow
24 - Slim Trapper
25 - Barlow
26 - Stockman
27 - Barlow
28 - Jack
29 - English Jack
30 - Slim Trapper
31 - Large Half Congress
32 - Large Congress
33 - Congress
34 - Stockman
35 - Small Serpentine
36 - Lockback
37 - Stockman
38 - Swell Center
39 - Folding Hunter
40 - Electrician
41 - Utility
42 - Small Serpentine
43 - Small Serpentine
44 - Folding Hunter
45 - Big Chief
46 - Fish Knife
47 - Half Whittler
48 - Whittler
49 - Large Stockman
50 - ?
51 - Dogleg Jack
52 - Moose
53 - Citrus Knife
54 - Small Serpentine
55 - Sleeveboard Pen
56 - Swell Center
57 - Stockman
58 - Swell Center
59 - Small Serpentine
60 - Barlow
61 - Stockman
62 - Large Easy Open
63 - Stockman 2 Blade
64 - Sleeveboard Pen
65 - Jack
66 - Muskrat
67 - ?
68 - ?
69 - ?
70 - ?
71 - Coho Knife (Fixed Blade)
72 - Hunting Knife (Fixed Blade)
73 - Hunting Knife (Fixed Blade) - "Bear Head Knife"
74 - Hunting Knife (Fixed Blade)
75 - Hunting Knife (Fixed Blade)
76 - Hunting Knife (Fixed Blade)
77 - Hunting Knife (Fixed Blade)
78 - Hunting Knife (Fixed Blade)
79 - Hunting Knife (Fixed Blade)
80 - Twin Set Hunting Knives (Fixed Blades)
81 - Twin Set Hunting Knives (Fixed Blades)
82 - Hunting Knife (Fixed Blade)
83 - ?
84 - Hunting Knife (Fixed Blade)
85 - Hunting Knife (Fixed Blade) - "Trout Knife"
86 - ?
87 - Fish Knife (Fixed Blade)
88 - Twin Set Hunting Knives (Fixed Blades)
89 - Hunting Knife (Fixed Blade) - "Canoe Knife"
90 - Hunting Knife (Fixed Blade)
91 - Hunting Knife (Fixed Blade)
92 - Hunting Knife (Fixed Blade) - "Deer Knife"
93 - ?
94 - Twin Set Hunting Knives (Fixed Blades)
95 - Hunting Knife (Fixed Blade)
96 - Fillet Knife (Fixed Blade)
97 - Twin Set Hunting Knives (Fixed Blades)
98 - Hunting Knife (Fixed Blade) - "Skinner Knife"
99 - Hunting Knife (Fixed Blade)
1440 - Mountain Man
And from David Clark
The best place for find Queen patterns from WWII to the early 1970s is in Jim Sargent's book, Knives and Razors Seventh edition. Fred Fisher put the Queen section together. You can find patterns numbers, handle material, etchings and tang stamps there. Patterns 1 - 66 are folders and 71 thru 99 are straight blades. It also has axes and hatchets. Fred did a good job with all of this. All are pictured also. Even there you will find some of the crazy stuff. Two examples: #19 was used for the fish knife in the 1940s and 1950s and later changed to #46; #19 is now used for the trapper. #38 was used for the tuxedo pen, the stockman with punch an for the jumbo hunterThere is a project in place to catalog all the pattern numbers, it is likely to be available next summer
Thank you all for helping us to understand one more peice of this great companies History
Jan

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