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So, you got a Stockman, wanna show it off? Here is your chance. even though you probably have the picture in your albums, post it here! You can either add an image to your comment by clicking on the camera icon, or you can attach a file, either way we would like to see your stockman.

one rule though.... it has to be a stockman!!!

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I'm not sure about the maker of this one. The tang mark looks etched rather than stamped. It is a very knice and well made knife though.

 

 

Nice Stockman! It appears to be very similar to a "Stockman's Friend" that was produced by Joseph Rodgers Cutlers to his Majesty in Sheffield, England. Same shield. It's definitely a Sheffield, though.

Wow, that's a nice one!! Interesting jigging.

Okay went through the knife rolls and these are what I found to be in the "Stockman" pattern.

Group photo. (except the yellow Western)

Shapleigh Hdwe.

Hammer Brand.

Queen, Abalone

Western

Another Western.

Hen & Rooster, the medallion fell out, didn't notice, couldn't find it.

Camillus 65 (2nd)

Collection? That is a BIG Show or big Store.  Thanks for the pics  I might drown.

 Far  Too many than I could steal and swim off with.

This is my favorite spot of the day when I can view stockmans! Great ones Brad and Smiling Knife!

Thanks for taking the time to open all those up, Brad! Good show, mate! I especially like that old Western and the abalone Queen!

Wow, nice ones Brad!

Nice pics. I have a Hen and Rooster that lost it's shield also.

This is from Darrell Miller, my brother-in-law, collection;

Pal Cutlery Co. Rough Black Composition Cattle Knife

That sure is a sweet looking Cattle knife you've got there, Craig! That "rough black composition" material was used a lot during WWII because of a shortage of bone. Would I be correct in assuming that this knife was made somewhere around that period in time?

Brad

I must agree that the yellow Western and the abalone Queen really caught my eye.
Queen has always been known for pearl and abalone handles.

And I have collected Queen off and on for years, but not just the stockman pattern.

The warm worn look of the scales on the Shapliegh knives are also eye catchers.

I have enjoyed the photos greatly and appreciate you showing us.

 

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