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Started this discussion. Last reply by Ron Dumeah Jul 19, 2016. 10 Replies

I've been collecting since 2010' have some 300 pcs. now. I've at various times tried reaching out to different people about perhaps selling my collection. S.M.K.W. J. Parker spoke with never called…Continue

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Steve Scheuerman (Manx) left a comment for Brian LeClair
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Charles Sample left a comment for Brian LeClair
"Happy Birthday Brian!"
Aug 8, 2017
Brian LeClair replied to Stefan Schmalhaus's discussion A GEC knife made it on the cover of my upcoming book! in the group Great Eastern Cutlery hosted by Ken Mundhenk
"Dankashan"
Nov 28, 2016
Brian LeClair replied to johnny twoshoes's discussion Modern Vintage. in the group Great Eastern Cutlery hosted by Ken Mundhenk
"That's a heart wrenching tale that stirs pride & rememberence of the hard work & pain that men & women better than I went thru. Thanks"
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"Thank you was watching CUd's of knives live TV because cables out right now & decided to do search for Steve koontz & that lead me back to you. I'm pleased. To see it's going strong & hope it will continue to for years to…"
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Ron Dumeah replied to Brian LeClair's discussion Need Help
"I agree with Alan. I have been selling some of mine and I am going slow. Remember, knives are an investment and the pay back can be rewarding if you do some homework first. "
Jul 19, 2016
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Carl Bradshaw replied to Brian LeClair's discussion Need Help
"Just be ready if you want to sell your entire collection at once, you're going to get about 40% of what they are actually worth. The best way to get the most $ is to take the time and sell them 1 at a time on different forums, or Ebay, with…"
Jul 3, 2016
Brian LeClair replied to Brian LeClair's discussion Perhaps-Last of the Big Bowies from England? in the group Sheffield Cutlery hosted by Smiling - Knife
"There was a revolt in India back when England colonized the country. The native men being trained to shoot the rifle where muslin and the pig fat I think it was that they used to seal the ammunition. The regular British solder in haste to load as…"
Jul 2, 2016
Jan Carter replied to Brian LeClair's discussion Perhaps-Last of the Big Bowies from England? in the group Sheffield Cutlery hosted by Smiling - Knife
"I have always wondered what that was for!"
Jul 1, 2016
Michael D. replied to Brian LeClair's discussion Need Help
"Brian, a lot of good advise here. Try a few forum "for sale" threads and eBay. But I know your pain when you're looking to get cash quickly."
Jul 1, 2016
Bryan W replied to Brian LeClair's discussion Need Help
"I have to agree with most of the above, but as an EBay buyer and seller, while the rates can be annoying, depending on what you have, how you price your items and what you charge for shipping, you can do all right.  Expect to take a hit if the…"
Jun 29, 2016
Michael Squier replied to Brian LeClair's discussion Perhaps-Last of the Big Bowies from England? in the group Sheffield Cutlery hosted by Smiling - Knife
"Patch tear? is that the key hole at the back end of the blade? I never heard of it described as that but it makes sense. "
Jun 29, 2016

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M. Carpenter commented on Brian LeClair's photo
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J.Nowill-HMS Victory wood handles

"That knife is mine as well. It's from our fast diminishing stock of HMS Victory wood - I am down to one small plank. That knife is on sheffield-gb.com The great problem about buying ancient wood is all manner of strange creeping things emerge…"
Jun 28, 2016

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M. Carpenter commented on Brian LeClair's photo
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J.Nowill-Lee Enfield Rifle Stock wood handles 100 yr Aniv.

"These knives are mine. I accumulate old historic wood. The wood is walnut and the British army stopped using walnut early in WW2. I suppose the butts are say upwards of seventy years old. Because of the drilled holes through the stock you do not get…"
Jun 28, 2016

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How did you hear about iKnifeCollector?
the web
Do you currently subscribe to any knife publication (offline)
No
How long have you collected knives?
3- 5 years
Favorite Kind of Knives
All Pocket Knives, Whittlers,Gunboat Canoes,Stag Bowies, Military Fixed Blades
Website
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About Me
Broken physically,mentally,Disabled,Single,Two Bull Terriers and my knives for best friends
Interests
?-Survival
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At 16:45 on August 9, 2017, Steve Scheuerman (Manx) said…

At 22:01 on August 8, 2017,
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Happy Birthday Brian!

At 13:51 on July 6, 2016, J.J. Smith III said…

At 19:50 on May 2, 2016, Ken Mundhenk said…
Brian
Welcome to the Great Eastern Cutlery Group, we're glad you joined us.
At 19:00 on May 2, 2016, Jan Carter said…

Brian,

check out the Case handles on their site http://www.wrcase.com/case_college/handles/handlematerials.php 

At 16:15 on December 14, 2013, Ken Spielvogel said…

That is a nice fixed blade knife on your pic, what is that?

At 16:14 on December 14, 2013, Ken Spielvogel said…

Hi Brian, glad to see you back on the forum. Hope all is going well. I wish you a very Merry Christmas. God Bless. Ken

At 17:00 on December 8, 2013, Ken Spielvogel said…

Hey Brian, been wondering how you are doing????

At 9:33 on September 3, 2013, Emory Alexander said…

Hello Brian,  hope you're well.  I see in your profile you have some challenges, I just want to let you know Ill be praying for you.  God Bless.

At 9:32 on August 31, 2013, Ken Spielvogel said…

Hey Brian, How are you doing my friend? Haven't heard from you in awhile. Any new knives? How are those terriers doing? God Bless, Ken

 
 
 

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