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I would appreciate all help in locating these for me.They are tough to collect.Thanks for smiling-knife inviting me over.

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It is Steve,and the pruning aspect of these knives is more evident in this mater blade.



Charles Sample said:

Welcome Lyle

Largemouth bass is my favorite fish to catch.  Although I like to feel any of them on the end of the line.
 
Lyle Fry said:Me too Charles

Several,none too big. Largemouth bass

Jan Carter said:

well Chuck found a knife, did you catch fish?

Lyle,

Here are pictures of the knife. Just let me know.

Lyle Fry said:

  1. I am interested Chuck,appreciate it ,just got back from a fishing trip catching up on correspondences.
  2. Thanks Lyle


Chuck Parham said:

Lyle, the one I have is not in good shape but if your looking for one for some parts I'd be glad to send it to you. I don't collect them. It was in a box with some other things I was after. I will send you pictures if you're interested. If not, it will go to my grandson. He may decide at some point in his future what he'd want to do with it. But right now it doesn't fit his collection either.



Chuck Parham said:

Lyle,

Here are pictures of the knife. Just let me know.

Lyle Fry said:

  1. I am interested Chuck,appreciate it ,just got back from a fishing trip catching up on correspondences.
  2. Thanks Lyle


Chuck Parham said:

Lyle, the one I have is not in good shape but if your looking for one for some parts I'd be glad to send it to you. I don't collect them. It was in a box with some other things I was after. I will send you pictures if you're interested. If not, it will go to my grandson. He may decide at some point in his future what he'd want to do with it. But right now it doesn't fit his collection either.

Sorry,I am not used to this format.I would like to have it.Would you be interested in a trade.I would think I have something of interest to you or your grandson.

Lyle,

Just give me your address and I'll send it off to you.

Chuck

knives like this i love..just for the JIG factor...i have a nice drawer of knives with some with chips some with entire slabs of bone missing...LOL...but i just love the look of the old bone so much to me they are worth having and even buying...  we use to call em BONE YARDS... i havent seen that phrase used much here on IKC though.

 

CHUCK-great job on the freebie...  and LYLE...let me know what ya get when yaa get it... im curious if its a knife that has just ben loved and loved and loved....lots like thee will have switched out blades and so forth...would just be realy curious to know...THANKS..great ole BONEYARD piece!



Chuck Parham said:

Lyle,

Here are pictures of the knife. Just let me know.

Lyle Fry said:

  1. I am interested Chuck,appreciate it ,just got back from a fishing trip catching up on correspondences.
  2. Thanks Lyle


Chuck Parham said:

Lyle, the one I have is not in good shape but if your looking for one for some parts I'd be glad to send it to you. I don't collect them. It was in a box with some other things I was after. I will send you pictures if you're interested. If not, it will go to my grandson. He may decide at some point in his future what he'd want to do with it. But right now it doesn't fit his collection either.

It's on its way!! Sent it this morning so you should have it in a few days, depending on how fast the USPS donkey travels!
 
Chuck Parham said:

Lyle,

Here are pictures of the knife. Just let me know.

Lyle Fry said:

  1. I am interested Chuck,appreciate it ,just got back from a fishing trip catching up on correspondences.
  2. Thanks Lyle


Chuck Parham said:

Lyle, the one I have is not in good shape but if your looking for one for some parts I'd be glad to send it to you. I don't collect them. It was in a box with some other things I was after. I will send you pictures if you're interested. If not, it will go to my grandson. He may decide at some point in his future what he'd want to do with it. But right now it doesn't fit his collection either.

I might add that the reason I believe these are called rooster combs,is the top knot that appeared on the unusual budding blades offered by different makers.Camillus and Schrade I have seen pictures of,and a Wostenholm amatuer  gardener knife has a similar top knot,although the blade design is different. Not mine but an example. I do not (yet) own a farmers jack with this budding ,rooster  comb blade.

Received Chuck's gift today.I may have to patch that handle and sharpen her up.I would hate to see such a great knife go to the glue factory.

Thanks Chuck

I'm glad you got it so quick. I was figuring you could maybe use it for parts. Hope it serves your needs. Glad to be able to share and keep an old knife going, at least parts of it.

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