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Latest Activity: Feb 15
Started by Ricky Ray. Last reply by Pen Knife Dec 2, 2019. 6 Replies 9 Likes
Hi Fellow Boker Collectors,I'm proud to announce that a ten year research project has yielded a book that I'm really pleased with.Neal Punchard and I have teamed up to write a book about Boker…Continue
Started by Art Cooper. Last reply by Ricky Ray Jan 12, 2019. 32 Replies 5 Likes
I have seen advertised knives from the Franklin Mint 1989 Collection that the owner swears are made by Boker.The knives are marked on one side: Solingen, W.Germany and on the other 89FR.I have never…Continue
Started by Ricky Ray Nov 17, 2018. 0 Replies 2 Likes
I can't stop playing around with this old 712 pattern lever lock from the 1980s. The rosewood handles look great, and nobody does a blade etch like Boker.…Continue
Started by Ricky Ray. Last reply by Ricky Ray Nov 15, 2018. 7 Replies 2 Likes
...and sometimes, it's because I've been looking for one for years!Like this late 1920s slant bolster jack knife shown in the center.…Continue
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I bought my 1st boker knife in 1988. Looking forward to hearing from other boker fans
Check out the on line auction this Saturday at Floridaestatesales.org as part of my collection is being liquidated at very good prices. Bidding early is accepted and future auctions will offer the remainder of my collection which I am liquidating as I move to smaller place.
My Boker Lightweight 3000:
Sorry, not barlow, just swell end jack knife with curly birch scales. Love it though.
Those OPTIMAs are really nice. I love Boker's old smooth grey bone they used back in the 90s.
If anyone would like to look in the For sale forum on here or on reddit knife_swap I have posted some old Bokers for sale. Hopefully this is not against the group rules and if so i apologize!
Good news, Boker fans!
The 2019 Boker catalog is out, and features the limited edition 150th anniversary knives! They are all made with green stabilized curly maple handles, semi satin blades, with two tone etching. All limited to 150 pieces each.
You can order a paper catalog, or view them online.
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