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So, you got a Stockman, wanna show it off? Here is your chance. even though you probably have the picture in your albums, post it here! You can either add an image to your comment by clicking on the camera icon, or you can attach a file, either way we would like to see your stockman.

one rule though.... it has to be a stockman!!!

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Here is an inexpensive knife I picked up at the Natchez  Gun show the other day.

I know its made in China but the color caught my eye.

 

Ok, here is another one that I picked-up at the gun show.  The tang stamp is the same but the box is mis-matched.

I just thought that the color was different and the price was right.

Here is the last one.  I bought this at the gun show also and I believe it is a whittler, but it does have 3 blades and it looks pretty good for a knife made in China so I have to show it off.  Please forgive me for the transgression.

Case puts out many stockman patterns but the 75 is my main pattern with the Humpback being a strong second!!!
Here are a few examples of the Humpback Stockman!!!! The Humpback was first produced back in the Case Tested ERA 1920-1940 was dropped in the Case XX ERA or maybe earlier don't really know for sure and was recently retooled and brought back to life at Case.
H. Boker & Co.'s Improved Cutlery Premium Stockman. Handles are nickle silver.
H. Boker & Co. with celluloid handles.

Pix is Standard Knife Company. In business 1901-190s

How about one more... Montgomery Ward
Thanks for posting those Lynn and the history lesson. That is what confused me sounds like they were made, dropped, made again, dropped and new I believe in 2010.

Lynn said:
Here are a few examples of the Humpback Stockman!!!! The Humpback was first produced back in the Case Tested ERA 1920-1940 was dropped in the Case XX ERA or maybe earlier don't really know for sure and was recently retooled and brought back to life at Case.

Roger, just great examples there love all tha nickle silver!
Roger Russell said:
H. Boker & Co.'s Improved Cutlery Premium Stockman. Handles are nickle silver.
Also a great picture and great example.

Roger Russell said:
H. Boker & Co. with celluloid handles.

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