"Yes, I would not be surprised at the 250 price - it is a truly beautiful knife, and a very serious piece of equipment. And, I would be surprised if was as big as 100 pieces - Your is only the second one I've seen in 10 years. I got…"
"I have been told by Queen informally that they did make this knife- but not the edition size?. I have one of these from a several years back -- I paid 125, and glad to get it - It is a very nice knife with the little Scagel touches and the massive…"
"Well, I think most of them are -- But the price has gone up. The thing I find most interesting it that the two versions most common in this discussion were available only two years each - 85-=86 for the black slanted bolster, and…"
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"These Mountain men knives are great, big sturdy handle, big enough blade to tackle heavy work. The polished Buffalo horn with pearl keystone is one of my favorites, although I like something with a bit rougher handle for work use -…"
"Don,Thanks for sharing. These are a lot like a Queen #10, but they were not so labeled till after WWII. There is a new resource added to the Queen Historical Documents website that shows color photographs of Queen Knives before 1980 - They are…"
"This is a nice version and one of the most frequently seen, despite being offered for only a few years --Yours is in beautiful condition Thanks for sharing. The little 410 in this early series is a hard one to find."
"Just found an old piece of copy for a Queen Cutlery ad, shows in 1994, the brown staminawood buttonlocks, with flat bolsters were a special factory order by Smoky Mountain Knife Works (SMKW). They have not appeared in Queen Catalogs (those…"
"Mark, I assume your route between Chattanooga and Birmingham would be I-59. The closest that would bring you to Athens would be at Birmingham. Athens is about 90 miles straight up I-65 from Birmingham. Even if you cut across from…"
"Thanks for the kind words Charles, I appreciate it. We're working hard to continue to produce a knife magazine that true knife enthusiasts will want to subscribe to -- and something more attractive than the old Knife World format. I understand…"
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