Queen Cutlery History has today published a compelling story, shared by a reader, of a Queen City military knife used in World War II. The knife was carried by the reader’s father, a US Army soldier…Continue
Thanks very much to all of you who have visited the new Queen Cutlery History website. After all the work that went into building the site it's very gratifying to see such an enthusiastic response!…Continue
"The new Historical Knife Spotlight on queencutleryhistory.com shines on some beautiful pearl handled knives, with hand filing and burnishing by English immigrant cutler Samuel Nelson. The article, by David Clark, includes a short biography of…"
"This month, the queencutleryhistory Historical Knife Spotlight features Queen's big, hefty, 2-blade # 39 folding hunter. This popular knife was launched 70 years ago, had a few variations and remained in the Queen product lineup right up to the…"
"Queen Cutlery History has published the exclusive story of of Cooper Cutlery and the long-awaited rebirth of Schatt & Morgan and other venerable knife brands. Based upon conversations with Gilbert Cooper we're now able to share plenty of…"
"A new Historical Knife Spotlight has been posted at queencutleryhistory.com. This month's spotlight is on the rare Queen #44 short frame folding hunter. Of course background on the standard-size #44 is included as well. It's an interesting…"
"A new Historical Knife Spotlight has been posted to queencutleryhistory.com. This months topic is the series of rare pocketknives with satin-finished blades made by Queen in 1960, as a marketing experiment. Some mis-conceptions about these knives…"
"This month's Historical Knife Spotlight on queencutleryhistory.com is focused on Queen Cutlery’s # 11, 11EO utility and # 24 slim trapper knives. At a quick glance, the patterns look essentially the same, but there are subtle and…"
"Queen Cutlery’s elusive Smoked Pearl pocketknives are in the Queen Cutlery History, Historical Knife Spotlight this month. Discover facts about these rare and beautiful knives and enjoy the new photos."
"These won’t fit in your pocket! The Queen Cutlery History Spotlight knives this month are the Schatt & Morgan and Queen letter opener knives. These knives featured an equal end handle as often found on pen and pocket knives. The folding…"
"The new Historical Knife Spotlight at queencutleryhistory.com features the Sleeveboard pattern knives made by Schatt & Morgan and Queen. The feature includes several photos of rare vintage knives. Check it out and feel free to share your…"
"Did you every wonder about the origins of Queen's distinctive Burnt Orange knife handles? The new Knife Spotlight at queencutleryhistory.com features recollections from Fred Sampson, retired master cutler. He tells us the first batch was very…"
"Queencutleryhistory.com has received permission to re-publish all the the Newsletters of Queen Cutlery Collectors, Inc. The newsletters were originally published between 1998 and 2004 and contain many interesting articles, photos and stories. You…"
"In light of SMKW’s recent issue of the new Queen Pilot Test Run knife, the editors at queencutleryhistory.com have published a short article “Is There a Future for New Queen Knives”. What’s your opinion?"
"Every month queencutleryhistory features a different knife or knives in the Historical Knife Spotlight on their home page. New today is a spotlight on the Schatt & Morgan File & Wire Series knives which were launched in 1998.
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