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Comment by Kevin D on May 29, 2022 at 21:18

Very good information Mike.  Thank you!

Looks like all of these would be considered fairly limited production, and relatively rare now a days.

Always nice to learn something new.

Thanks again

Comment by Mike Bryant on May 29, 2022 at 17:02

I have been putting it off a while but today May 29, 2022.  I decided it is time to add to this discussion. I went back and pulled out a couple of my OLD catalogs specifically Bulldog Brand Knife Company FALL 2001. I found some info that Kevin d might want to know. The 10095 Barn Door hinge Toothpicks were produced in the following patterns. All are tang stamped 1992. They were made in a quantity of 200 each in Mottled Brown, & Old Yellow, 300 in Candy Stripe, 500 in Christmas Tree, 98 in Cranberry Gold, 10 in Heart Abalone, 5 in Mastodon Ivory.  From the  Bulldog Brand  1997 20th Anniversary of Bulldog Brand Knives. Three additional Handles in SMOOTH Bone .Marked Prototype, with a Maximum of 5 pieces made, in  Red Bone, Antique Green Bone, Tan Bone . As a Side Note the Common Handled Cost from the Catalog was $130.00-$150.00 with the Abalone & Mastodon Price of $1000.00  The prototypes $500.00 each.  So the Barn Doors are out their. At 1 time i had a set of the Common Handles but due to the Candy Stripe starting to Gas I decided to sell them. 

Comment by Kevin D on May 26, 2022 at 19:18

Oooh!

I had never heard of a 'barndoor' knife let alone ever see one like this.

That handle is really attractive.  Looks like a decent sized knife though.

Very nice!

Comment by Mike Bryant on July 28, 2021 at 15:04

Be sure to keep a close eye on ALL the Case Classics with the Celluloid Handles They have been known to start gassing and they will tarnish the blade.   They are pretty knives. I once had a set of the regular issues but sold them  as well as all the others in celluloid I had because of that issue.


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Comment by Paul S on June 27, 2021 at 5:44

Nice- Love the Barn Doors. I remember one when stopping at a store on the way home from grammar school in the 1950s   There are a Royal and a Wards in my collection.  

PAUL ,s

Comment by Jan Carter on June 23, 2021 at 18:26

wooohooo!

Comment by Tim on June 23, 2021 at 13:31

That's pretty nice. Don't think I've seen many of those.

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