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Bryan W's Discussions

CRKT Knives for Sale!

Started Feb 11 0 Replies

Hi EveryoneA few more knives up for sale.  Some bills to pay and some knives have to go.  Any questions just let me know.  Preferred payment through PayPal.  If interested in more than one I will…Continue

Rigid Brand Stag Congress For Sale

Started Feb 10 0 Replies

Hi EveryoneSpectacular stag handled Rigid brand congress pattern pocketknife for sale.  Really nice condition - very clean and gorgeous stag handles.  Very hard to find. Just let me know what…Continue

Randall Model 4-6 Fighter for Sale

Started Feb 10 0 Replies

Hello EveryoneUp for sale is a "new" Randall Model 4-6 Fighter for sale.  SUPER pretty knife.  I am the second owner, appears completely unused.  Has been sheathed and displayed.  This effectively is…Continue

Unique Custom Knives for Sale

Started Feb 10 0 Replies

Hiya FolksUp for sale here are a LARGE display "pocketknife" by House of Coutel of Sheffield. This knife has awesome filework and has been featured in KNIFE Magazine. (Some age and spotting, but WOW…Continue

 

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Bryan W replied to Jan Carter's discussion Just a notice in the group Queen Cutlery & Friends
"Please check out the latest issue of KNIFE Magazine.  We have the absolute latest news on Queen Cutlery.  Thank you for your support of Queen!"
yesterday
Bryan W replied to Timothy Morris's discussion Fighting Rooster, Frank Buster
"Red, you have me thinking now...do you have any older material from Frank Buster you would be willing to share on our website here?  There are collectors out there, myself included, that would love to see any materials like you mentioned. …"
yesterday
Bryan W replied to Timothy Morris's discussion Fighting Rooster, Frank Buster
"Hi Red Well, That's a mighty big question.  I can tell you knife collecting is alive and strong, and this website is only a part of it. Value depends what you collect.  Knives can be for fun, profit, enjoyment and investment. …"
yesterday
Bryan W commented on Ищенко Виталий's photo
Tuesday
Bryan W commented on Ищенко Виталий's photo
Tuesday
Bryan W replied to Bill Perlman's discussion Help with identification
"Wow that was impressive Manx!  Nice work and quick!"
Monday
Bryan W left a comment for Steve Scheuerman (Manx)
"Thank you Manx!"
Sunday
Bryan W left a comment for Jan Carter
"Thank you both!!!"
Sunday
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Bryan W replied to Jan Carter's discussion The first knife give away of 2018
"Awesome."
Saturday
Bryan W replied to Jan Carter's discussion The first knife give away of 2018
"CONGRATS!"
Saturday
Bryan W updated their profile
Saturday
Bryan W replied to Jan Carter's discussion The first knife give away of 2018
"I have owned a few; beautifully made knives.  This was a nice one I owned for a bit.  Can you guess the model?  Would love to try another from this company...."
Saturday
Bryan W replied to Ralph Bril's discussion Help with identification
"The Buck is in great shape.  Appears to have steel pins, liners and bolsters.  Along with the stamp with no country of origin, its definitely an early knife.  Could be cocobolo handles, a popular wood still used today.  Great…"
Feb 14
Bryan W replied to Ralph Bril's discussion Help with identification
"Good points Jim The Buck is an interesting question, as i thought it had more of an english feel to it, but again tough to tell from the photos. Could also be a Buck Brothers, which would make it even earlier. All good stuff!"
Feb 13

Profile Information

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User/Collector
How did you hear about iKnifeCollector?
Knife World
Do you currently subscribe to any knife publication (offline)
Yes
How long have you collected knives?
31 to 35 years
Favorite Kind of Knives
Vintage multi-blade pocketknives, especially those handled in mother of pearl. Of course good ol' Randall Made Knives, as well as vintage pocket knife tool kits are up there as well.
About Me
Cutlery Journalist, KNIFE Magazine Staff Correspondent, Knife Collector and Photographer. Specialist in vintage German cutlery including the early Adolph Kastor brand knives.
Interests
Historical cutlery research and knife restoration.
Other Hobbies
Anything automotive.

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At 20:23 on February 17, 2018, Jan Carter said…

At 20:11 on February 17, 2018, Steve Scheuerman (Manx) said…

At 10:04 on January 1, 2018, J.J. Smith III said…

At 23:57 on December 31, 2017, J.J. Smith III said…

At 23:11 on November 23, 2017,
KnifeMaker
Ray mende
said…
Hi Brian
Thank you for your comments on my knife and your welcome to the site. What else would you like to know about the big Bowie? Let me know and I'll do my best to answer your questions. I'm still trying work out the site as I have a lot of photos I would like to show.

Cheers Ray
At 20:12 on January 29, 2017, Roger Russell said…

Hi Brian,

  Thank you for all the kind words about my knives & WELCOME to iKC. Tell ol' Mark Zalesky hello for me when you see him. Take care.

At 15:04 on March 29, 2016, scott douglas said…

hey bryan..i'm interested in the bollenbach..sent you a friend request ..scott

At 21:13 on January 17, 2016, Ken Mundhenk said…
Bryan Welcome to the Great Eastern Cutlery Group, we're glad you joined us.
At 5:44 on November 27, 2015, Ralph Kessler said…

Hi Brian

Thank you and to answer question, Yes they're all forsale as we raise money for the nonprofit through our pocket knives sales. I love knives and have collected them for 55 years as a lot of them were handed down through the generations. Contact me and I'll give you the scoop on where you can view them with descriptions and plenty of pictures on Ebay. We will sell outside of Ebay also and all you need to do is message me with an offer.

At 9:34 on September 8, 2015, Jim Ochwat said…

Good morning Bryan. If you're interested in any of those GEC's, send me your email address and I'll send pictures & prices.

Jim

 
 
 

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