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For the last month or so I have been getting the emails I love to see…When will we see a 2019 iKC knife?

Every year I look for something we have not done, something fun to add to the collection and I am having a ball looking for New Old Stock items for us.  This year was no different and I finally have them in hand.  As always we will only offer 25 of them.

We have never done a toothpick, never a Winchester, never a cartridge shield and with all those good aspects, to top it off?  Made By Queen Cutlery in 1993.

 ADDITIONAL PIC IS BELOW

Produced by QUEEN CUTLERY (1993)

NEW OLD STOCK

In Original Box

 

SPECIFICATIONS

Winchester Knives Model.270 Cartridge Series Large Toothpick

Main Blade Length & Type 4" Clip

Blade Steel Stainless

Bolsters Nickel Silver

Handle Material Burnt Orange Bone w/Winchester Jig

Liners Brass

Inlay Bullet Shield

Overall Length 5" Closed

The main blade has the original Cartridge Series Etch and the back is etched iKC 2019

Thank you all for your support as we offer our 9th knife in the annual series.  As always the cost includes shipping to any USA address.  If you are outside of the USA please contact me.  We never make money on shipping.

Cost is 118.00 including shipping to USA addresses

Knives are ready to mail and will be priority USPS

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WOW Kenneth!
1968 "French Walnut" 30/30 Winchester ! What an awesome rifle!  Thanks for supporting us Kenneth


Kenneth W. Hill said:

Dummy me , I just spotted the click on , I bought it , it's mine , Boy am I supper happy.  Thank You so very much , Miss Jan    I own a 1968 "French Walnut" 30/30 Winchester ! to go with this knife.  Yeah ! Haw !

I try to tell these CASEXX collectors , if it is not 5" closed . It is  not a true Texas toothpick knife.  I think a French knife maker around the 1870s or 1880s , wanted to make a knife shaped like a powder horn.  I bought 8  -  4" GEC toothpicks from the 2019 run.  I own a queen whiskey stag Texas toothpick , that I picked up on Gunbroker last year.  

Kenneth,

I did sure love that Whisky Stag

I'm in

:)  Thank you Elbin!

elbin bunnell sr said:

I'm in

Boxed, labeled, mailed **still a few remaining for sale

Got to the post office, before they closed, today.  Watch YOUR mailbox, Jan.

Good luck on those coke bottles........I do think I am a collector of the Lost Pattern.........ROFL

Jan Carter said:

Truly a pleasure Sue.  Still wondering when I will come by a new old stock collection of coke bottles :)

Sue OldsWidow said:

Jan, This is a Wonderful look, the only thing better would have been the unusual muskrat blade(personal preference)...........But this a great example of a new Vintage look knife..........Thanks for making this available to members 

I'm guessing that there's an added benefit of retirement...I can get the mail when ever the carrier comes by, and be about the first to see it 

Jan certainly hit it out óf the park, this year.

Awesome knife with simply beautiful scales.

Hi Jan and fellow iKC members, Well, my club knife arrived today, and it is a beaut! Thank you Jan, you did a good job! All I can say is, if you didn't get yours ordered, you are missing out on a great knife! You all have a great week.  Warren - "Lone Wolf". 

lovely collectible !

Hope all that wanted one got theirs.  I waited until Jan's last message that 4 were still available to give others a chance ... mainly because I didn't want to snatch one from someone who might be looking to actually use it.  For me, it is way out of my comfort range (in size) for a folder.  So ..... it will be one of my collectables only!!!  Thanks Jan.

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