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Found this knife in a coffe can of junk in my house. im trying to date it, its a colonial prov. Usa 2 blade folding knife, 1 blade has been broke off though. But its very worn i didnt kno if that was from age or use. I was just curious as to the generation it belonged to. 

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Megan,

Colonial kept very few records that would be available to us for dating the products.  We often rely on the memory of the cutlers and owners.  In reading through a thread on AAPK I was able to find that this tang was used from the 60's through at least 1995. I am still searching to see if I can find the patent number on the knife itself, that will narrow down the number of years.

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