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Very nice find there Kenneth. Definitely a fine example on the Osage Orange. Enjoy it good health!
Blue Creek Cutlery has three killer Osage Orange NOS knives in stock. The NOS GEC knives are disappearing quite rapidly , because of the factory shut down. I just bought a 2017 knife that I had been "pussyfooting" for two years now. This #29 is Krazy ! "You snooze ! - You looze !"
Mine coming in , might not be the same one in the picture. Another #29 Osage Orange is for sale using the same picture. Every Osage Orange wood GEC knife that I have seen lately looks superb. My latest one has a tiny knot-hole ! Blue Creek Cutlery has #81 and #29 Osage Orange GEC knives to choose from. Cherry pick the one you want.
Kennith this Osage Orange knife is just beautiful. Good snag.
T. Smith, a good looking blade. Very interesting and a good find.
Well I just snagged another Osage Orange GEC knife. My #81 and my newest #29 Osage Orange knives will look cute together.
Thank you very much, Ralph. And Fred Kemp, I'm probably not gonna put this one in daily rotation. May carry on special occasions and the holidays. :) Might change my mind but I already have several I use everyday.
Fantastic score T. Smith. Good looking, thanks for sharing.
That's a good looking knife, T. Smith! Is that a daily carry?
Thank you Ken for the kind welcome in this community. I am definitely a fan of the Great Eastern produced examples and I hope to visit this forum often and become more familiar with like-minded members. I actually received a nice example today, an SFO via Charlie C. It felt like stepping back in time as I went over the details of its scratted parchment bone covers on this 15c115. Thrilled for the opportunity to have in my possession.
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