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Knives have been made at the factory of Queen Cutlery Company of Titusville Pennsylvania for over 100 years. It is arguably the oldest and last American Cutlery that truly continues to produce knives in the same way as they were produced there when the factory opened in 1902. The factory’s first tenant was the Schatt & Morgan Cutlery Company: Queen Cutlery Company displaced Schatt & Morgan there in 1933. Queen City Cutlery Company first began to produce knives in 1918 around the end of the First World War, incorporated in 1922, and shortened their name to “Queen Cutlery Company” in January of 1946.  Purchased by Daniels Family Cutlery Corporation on September 18, 2012

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Website: http://queencutlery.com/
Location: Titusville PA
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Latest Activity: Aug 23

Discussion Forum

#10 Rooster Knife

Started by David Gallup. Last reply by Alan G Jun 11. 37 Replies

I recently bought a Schatt & Morgan #10 Rooster Knife.  I have never seen this pattern before.  I'm very curious about the use of the two blades other than then main spear point blade.  Does…Continue

Tuna Valley Humped back whittler

Started by David Gallup. Last reply by Bryan W Sep 16, 2018. 7 Replies

I've recently bought two of these, one in mammoth and one in stag.  Love these little knives although really too small for anything but a gentleman's pocket knife.  Does anybody know anything about…Continue

Two Nice Queen Made Knives up in the Auctions!

Started by Bryan W. Last reply by Bryan W Aug 12, 2018. 4 Replies

Hiya FolksJust wanted to let you know we have two very nice (NEW) Queen made knives up in the new Knife Auctions group (right now!) - c'mon in and check them out!Thanks and enjoy…Continue

S&M Brown Sheffield?

Started by Tim May 30, 2018. 0 Replies

2007 Schatt & Morgan #043176 Whittler in Brown Sheffield Jigged Bone. Fit & finish is flawless. The covers are basically Black. A hint of deep purple in the blazing sunlight at the bolsters.…Continue

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Comment by Bruce Zenge on August 21, 2019 at 9:34

Thanks, D ale.  I am sure it will be interesting and informative.

Bruce

Comment by D ale on August 21, 2019 at 9:30

Bruce,

I have asked Ms. Linda Fisher to post a pic highlighting Queen's etch / stamp on the scissors. She promptly replied .. yes. I'll post it here once available.

D ale

Comment by Bruce Zenge on August 21, 2019 at 8:14

Would it be a real big problem to post a picture of the markings on the scissors?  I was not aware that Queen made scissors, either, and am curious how they were marked.  I'm not a scissors collector, but picked up a small set of what I think are barber scissors with an arrowhead mark.  Just curious.  Thanks.

Comment by Rome D. Rushing on August 20, 2019 at 23:03

Dale

I am envious of the lockback whittler.  The handles are impressive and

the model is one that is rarely seen.

Congrats..

Comment by Rome D. Rushing on August 20, 2019 at 23:00

The table blanket makes a great photo backdrop.

And I had no idea that Queen ever put their name on

scissors.

The only 2 references to scissors that I ever saw were for Marks

brand scissors.

My wife has an uncle who is a barber here in town, I am going to

stop by his shop and ask him if he has ever seen any Queen scissors

or trimmers. He just in his early eighties and still opens his shop up at

5:30 every morning except monday and sunday so he can cut hair for

those customers who have to be at work early.

For years he has been the barber to the General of the Ms River Valley Division

and some of the Colonels as he is one of the few who know what a real

military cut is.  Years back when my children wanted flat tops he was the only

one around that could do a real flat top.  When you put a ruler across

the top is was flat not slightly curved.

And to get back on topic that is a very impressive display and I have enjoyed

seeing it and learning something about Queen that I did not know.

Thanks

Comment by D ale on August 20, 2019 at 22:34

Comment by Dan Lago  .. that $. 99 was in 1953.  The price did go up...

.

He he he .."No Chit" .. He he he.

Comment by D ale on August 20, 2019 at 22:00

Courtesy of the collection of Fred Fisher.

Comment by D ale on August 20, 2019 at 21:38

The top on is a File & Wire Series (ATS-34)

.

The bottom is a Humpback Lockback Whittler. It's a Premier Series. This series was exclusive to Clarence Risner. I understand Queen struggled with the intricacies of this model. It's heritages stems from Remington's original version.

Comment by D ale on August 20, 2019 at 21:27

My only two Schatt & Morgan knives. 

I have a third on its way.

Comment by Tim on August 20, 2019 at 18:52

Lots of great information, pics, and memories. Thanks for sharing.

 
 
 

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