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Okay, the only Case pattern I had become infatuated with was the seahorse ... until, however, I bought my daughter (who is a pharmacy tech at a hospital in Akron) this doctor's knife.  Thought she would love the color and, being one of the oldest patterns still made, it had a great history.  Besides, for a pharmacy tech ... you gotta love the pill counter spatula blade!  This is where it all started.  Now I am searching daily for variations that I like!  Hers has the red pearl Kirinite covers.

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2002 with pitch black jigged bone covers and stars and stripes shield.

2001 with peacock appaloosa bone covers.  Nicely matching companion to my peacock appaloosa baby doc.

2018 with tie-dye bone covers.  Bought this for my daughter on her birthday last week.  Yes, she liked it!!

!! . Nice color in the scales . !!



Dennis Hibar said:

2018 with tie-dye bone covers.  Bought this for my daughter on her birthday last week.  Yes, she liked it!!

2008 Baby Doc with Texas Bois d'arc covers and Texas shield.  I guess Case thought it was classier to label it Bois d'arc than plain ole Osage orange!  Probably came from a mint set, since it is numbered (#59).  Most likely, it is one of 250. 

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