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I found this in my husband's collection.  

I am trying to find out as much information as possible - Its background and history, information about the knife maker, and estimated value.  I think all of my husband's pocket knives were used but cared for.

Please let me know if you can help fill in the details on this knife especially if there is any value.  I have over 32 fixed blade and 20 or so pocket knives.  Here is a URL where I am cataloguing them so that people can look and help me fill in information.  Eventually, I will post all on this site - for sale.

https://www.facebook.com/CEKKnives/photos

(Go to albums and SEE ALL)

Thanks

Mary Kennedy

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Mary this knife is a Al Mar Falcon ivory Micarta front-lock, U.S.A. SEKI-JAPAN.  http://cutlerscove.com/jack-knives/al-mar-group22008.htm

Hi Mary

You have some really nice knives tucked in that collection!!!!!  I may have to drop an offer or two!

Thank you Jan.  That is the kind of information that another collector would appreciate.  As you know I am trying to find new homes for all of these knives.  I don't just want to park them with a reseller -- Its important to me that like Peter Creager and the Lucky Star Knife, that knife found a new owner that love it.

I know that sounds hoakie but my husband loved these knifes and I will honor his passion and love of the artistry.  I am not opposed to the money but its not the driver

If you have the time to shed light on any of the other knives, I will be most appreciative.  I know that you are doing this out of the goodness of your heart and it is definitely appreciated.  But, if you want, I will be willing to pay for your knowledge, research and statement of worth.

Have a good evening.

Mary

Thank you again.  I did go to their website and that looks like my knife.  I love the information and history.

I have written the site and asked for assistance.

Mary

Jan Carter said:

Mary this knife is a Al Mar Falcon ivory Micarta front-lock, U.S.A. SEKI-JAPAN.  http://cutlerscove.com/jack-knives/al-mar-group22008.htm

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