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Queen Historical Society Show & Tours at Queen Cutlery Company

August 10, 2017 at 6pm to August 12, 2017 at 7pm
A family renion style yearly event for Queen Cutlery and all knife nuts. Come join us on Thursday, 10 2017 from 8:30-2:30 for FREE personal tour of the oldest knife factory left in the United States. The factory store will be fully stocked with product along with refreshemnts. Next on Friday 12-6 & Saturday 8-4 at the Pleasentville Fire Hall ,only 15 minutes from Titusville , our Annual Historical Society Show. There will be over 30 dealers with a variety of Antique, Modern, & Custom…See More
Feb 8
Jan Carter replied to Brian H Bentley's discussion Opinion on a Schrade 8801 in the group STOCKMAN PATTERN GROUP
"LOL, misshapen turkeys!  The ground off tang is interesting.  I did not realize so many mathods were used to denote "not first production" for Schrade"
Feb 1
D ale replied to Brian H Bentley's discussion Opinion on a Schrade 8801 in the group STOCKMAN PATTERN GROUP
"Oooh, geez .. the knife will never cut anything that way. Truly cosmetic only. Great deal on a using knife !!"
Feb 1
John Kellogg replied to Brian H Bentley's discussion Opinion on a Schrade 8801 in the group STOCKMAN PATTERN GROUP
"You Got it D ale!"
Feb 1
John Kellogg replied to Brian H Bentley's discussion Opinion on a Schrade 8801 in the group STOCKMAN PATTERN GROUP
Feb 1
Rick Hooper replied to Brian H Bentley's discussion Opinion on a Schrade 8801 in the group STOCKMAN PATTERN GROUP
"They were! But I notice in my last post, my" brade" (blade) was unreliable!"
Feb 1
D ale replied to Brian H Bentley's discussion Opinion on a Schrade 8801 in the group STOCKMAN PATTERN GROUP
"Alright .. I'll bite. What's the flaw, John ? Is it possible .. a mismatch between the turkey embossing tool & the scale material .. resulting in one of the turkeys missing a head & another its back ?"
Feb 1
John Kellogg replied to Brian H Bentley's discussion Opinion on a Schrade 8801 in the group STOCKMAN PATTERN GROUP
"Rick I couldn't agree more! I grew up with Schrade. It was "the working man's knife" Affordable and built to last a lifetime."
Feb 1
Rick Hooper replied to Brian H Bentley's discussion Opinion on a Schrade 8801 in the group STOCKMAN PATTERN GROUP
"I've seen them bring up to $45 for the double xx whittler and large stockman on eBay. But what they are to me, is a part of US cutlery history, that's lost and not likely to be repeated in our lifetime. When a quality product was more…"
Feb 1
John Kellogg replied to Brian H Bentley's discussion Opinion on a Schrade 8801 in the group STOCKMAN PATTERN GROUP
"Here is a Schrade scrimshaw with the tang stamp ground off. Can you see the flaw? There actually is a flaw on this one but its hard to see. The flaw does not affect the function of the knife."
Feb 1
Brian H Bentley replied to Brian H Bentley's discussion Opinion on a Schrade 8801 in the group STOCKMAN PATTERN GROUP
"Thank you, John. The info about the SS is great help."
Jan 30
John Kellogg replied to Brian H Bentley's discussion Opinion on a Schrade 8801 in the group STOCKMAN PATTERN GROUP
" Sometimes at the end of a year model if they had left over parts workers would assemble knives from different parts and stamp the xx or sometimes even grind the tang to show they were not production knives and were sold at a discount or…"
Jan 30

KnifeMaker
william schrade replied to Brian H Bentley's discussion Opinion on a Schrade 8801 in the group STOCKMAN PATTERN GROUP
"Sorry, I have no knowledge from that era."
Jan 29
Calvin Pruett replied to Brian H Bentley's discussion Opinion on a Schrade 8801 in the group STOCKMAN PATTERN GROUP
"You probably already know this, but in case you do not, the employees at the Schrade cutlery were ordered to put together knives out of anything they could find in the last days before the bankruptcy sale.    ???"
Jan 29
Brian H Bentley replied to Brian H Bentley's discussion Opinion on a Schrade 8801 in the group STOCKMAN PATTERN GROUP
Jan 29
Jan Carter replied to Brian H Bentley's discussion Opinion on a Schrade 8801 in the group STOCKMAN PATTERN GROUP
"Brian, A few of us have tried but we have been unable to open the pics.  Can you either actually post them here (second icon on the left at the top of the text box) or send them to me in an email and I will get them posted? Thanks!"
Jan 29

Profile Information

How did you hear about iKnifeCollector?
Yes
Do you currently subscribe to any knife publication (offline)
Yes
How long have you collected knives?
1-2 years
Favorite Kind of Knives
Folders
About Me
Retired
Interests
Learning about folding knives, admiring form, function, and quality.

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At 15:40 on January 23, 2017, Sunil Ram said…

Thanks for joining the Buck Knives Group, Brian.

At 19:21 on June 30, 2016, Jan Carter said…

At 18:45 on June 30, 2014, Jan Carter said…

At 11:24 on June 30, 2014, Steve Hanner said…

Hope its a great day for you my friend!

At 5:29 on June 30, 2014, Steve Scheuerman (Manx) said…

At 16:59 on June 30, 2013, Max McGruder said…

Happy Birthday!

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At 20:07 on June 30, 2012, Jan Carter said…

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At 8:52 on June 30, 2012, Steve Hanner said…

Hope you have a great day my friend! Steve

 
 
 

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