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
"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.
You can also…"
"You're welcome. Glad to do it, Jan. queencutleryhistory.com had a big spike in traffic last week when Smoky Mountain launched the knife. We had some backstory but wanted to have a knife in hand before commenting.
Carl got one too. We both…"
"Lots of new material has been added to queencutleryhistory.com. David Clark has yet another article on the rare Jess Crouch knife, which was produced by Schatt & Morgan around 1915 to 1920 or so. Jess Crouch was one of the officers of the…"
The Daniels family have been involved in knives for five generations, from trading, selling, manufacturing, and now distribution.This new chapter has begun for Ryan and Courtney Daniels. "Daniels Family Knife Brands" is offering the exiting new Excelsior Knife Company line of knives directly crafted by the knife makers that also design them. They also are continuing the very popular Tuna Valley Cutlery Co. knife brand, marketed towards the contemporary collector.Thanks to everyone for all…See More
"David Clark has written an interesting new article about 3 very rare Schatt & Morgan knives which feature a unique punching tool, patented in 1908. The story with photos appears on the home page of Queencutleyhistory.com, in the Historical Knife…"
"Russell, You will find information on a vast array of Queen knives at queencutleryhistory.com. They appear in the various catalogs on the site and there are photos and descriptions of 5 different #82 knives in the Knife Library. In addition, as…"
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 attached to the 603rd Camouflage Engineer Battalion - the so-called “Ghost Army”. This unit was classified Top Secret and only declassified in 1996.Beyond the knife itself, this is a story about family. It is a tribute from a son to his father, a member of the “Greatest Generation”.We invite you to…See More
"Several new features have been added to queencutleryhistory.com since the site launched in October, 2019. Photos and descriptions of more than 50 vintage knives have been added throughout the Knife Library. Past Historical Knife…"
"You folks who like the old Queen City folders will want to visit the Knife Library at Queencutleryhistory.com. We've added 18 oldies into the Knife Library, on the Queen City folders page. There are some big ones, small ones and a few with…"
"The Historical Knife Spotlight at queencutleryhistory.com has been updated. The featured knife is a Queen City bareheaded, swell end jack with some unusual features.
We plan to update this feature on the homepage at least monthly. Starting next…"
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…See More
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! For those of you who might have missed the launch announcement, here's a link https://queencutleryhistory.com.Your feedback, comments, suggestions and editorial contributions are welcome.Thanks again!The QCH teamSee More
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