Schrade Collectors


Schrade Collectors

Many people collected Schrade knives over the years. Almost everyone had to have a Schrade. Much has changed, but they still make Schrade Knives and now they are coming out with new steels and new handle materials.

So old fan or new collector, Lets talk about Schrade!

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The Official iKC Schrade Cutlery Chat: Schrade%20Cutlery%20Co.pdf

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schrade scrimshaw

Started by ben layner. Last reply by Jan Carter on Tuesday. 33 Replies

Im new to the knife collecting world Found these at an estate sale is there a dead set way to tell if there real ill post some pictures below the great out doors set from 1979 these are what i found…Continue

Tags: scrimshaw, schrade

Schrade-Jernigan Collaboration

Started by Tom Chase Jun 19. 0 Replies

Here it is....the One and Only Schrade Jernigan Collaboration.  This is the PROTOTYPE designed and built by the Master Himself, Mr. Steve Jernigan.TomContinue

Schrade WWII Commemorative Set

Started by Karl Glos. Last reply by Frank Spero Feb 6. 3 Replies

I have the Schrade WWII Commemorative Set. The set is still new in the original box with everything included: Wood case, 6 LB-7 knives, 1 Bowie Knife, book, white gloves, vcr tape and lock key. The…Continue

Latest Schrade USA acquisitions. Pics please.

Started by Brad T.. Last reply by Andy Larrison Feb 6. 164 Replies

I like USA made Schrades & Schrade-Walden knives...obviously. Old Timers, Uncle Henry's and the models that pre-dated those lines. Saw-cut Delrin, Stagalon, Butter-n-Molasses, etc. handles.…Continue

Tags: Schrade-Walden, Delrin, Stagalon, Timer, Old

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Comment by Ricky L McConnell on July 2, 2017 at 22:46

Nice knife Dave. I have started to collect the folding hunters like the one you have there. 

Comment by Dave Steiner on June 2, 2017 at 13:08

Thanks Jan!

Comment by Jan Carter on June 2, 2017 at 12:14

The first 227UH knives with the two blades and the first 127UH knives with one blade did NOT have U.S.A. in the tang stamp. Here are examples. The second picture doesn't show the complete tang stamp properly because of my poor scan, but I assure you these knives are early authentic and there is NO U.S.A. All is proper and good. This would put the knife in the 1946-1973 tang stamp

Comment by Dave Steiner on June 2, 2017 at 10:35

I haven't collected Schrade knives (yet) but I found this Uncle Henry in an antique store on a recent vacation:

with a tang stamp that's a little different from what I've been able to find online:

It's about 9-1/2" long total, 5-1/4" when closed.  Nice, heavy knife!  Doesn't look used and just needs a little cleanup.  Any additional info about it would be appreciated.


Comment by Jan Carter on May 17, 2017 at 13:04

while doing some research today I came across a 1980 ad and I really liked it

Comment by Jan Carter on March 31, 2017 at 19:44

Jeff the pics did not show.  If your having an issue with upload let me know.  You could send them to me and I can put them in your post

Comment by jeff on March 31, 2017 at 18:28

hello every one.. I dont know if my pics came out, but if they did.. I could use some help with this one.. I know it is a 1934 to 1936... I know it is yellow mother of pearl.. I think it was made in limited quantities for Navy Officers.. but I cant find much more on it.. Anyone have any info ? Thankyou

Comment by Frank Spero on February 7, 2017 at 12:02

my favorite Schrades

Comment by Andy Larrison on February 6, 2017 at 14:15

I was thinking spots at first but they do have some texture to them.  I had considered getting ahold of some fine emery cloth and trying to knock it down just a bit.  I've already cleaned them with flitz and renwax.  If someone has pointers on cleaning them up a bit I'm open for ideas please.  The blades appear to have never been sharpened or used.  The handles are just dreamy...and the bolsters shined up quite well but one end had a bit of scuff on it that you cant see unless you're paying close attention to it.

Comment by Jan Carter on February 6, 2017 at 14:08


This appears to have been a good choice.  The handle is sweet but tell me about the blades?  There appear to be full, are those spots or pits?  Are you going to clean it?


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