Knives have been made at the factory of Queen Cutlery Company of Titusville Pennsylvania for over 100 years. It is arguably the oldest and last American Cutlery that truly continues to produce knives in the same way as they were produced there when the factory opened in 1902. The factory’s first tenant was the Schatt & Morgan Cutlery Company: Queen Cutlery Company displaced Schatt & Morgan there in 1933. Queen City Cutlery Company first began to produce knives in 1918 around the end of…See More
"Thanks everyone, I don’t have any in particular right now per se but I’ve had trouble with jigged bone, derlin, others I’m not sure what it is and so forth. I guess I was just looking for ideas of everyone’s “go…"
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As Ron stated .. the material type comprising the scale material does matter. Such as .. celluloid .. which can start deteriorating if an petroleum based solvent…"
Since there are about as many different types of materials used for knife scales as there are knives. An answer to your question would be contingent upon which specific type of scale you were attempting to restore.
Do you have a…"
just wondering if anyone has any suggestions on how to bring back the luster in the various types of old scales. I really enjoy shining and polishing old beat up knives but haven’t been able to really do much with the scales.Any advice would be greatly appreciated See More
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