Creig Moore
  • Scottsboro, AL
  • United States
  • User/Collector
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How did you hear about iKnifeCollector?
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How long have you collected knives?
41 to 45 years
Favorite Kind of Knives
Antique American Cutlery such as J. Russell & Co., Wilbert Cut Co., Challenge Cut Co., W.R. Case & Sons, New York Knife Co., Remington, Winchester, etc. I also collect antique Bowie knives.
About Me
I started collecting knives before I started school and have been an active collector ever since. I started trading knives in the early 1970's and today I own an Antique store/knife shop in Alabama. I also deal in Civil War era Guns, knives & swords and travel to Gun & Knife shows in many states.
I am a proud veteran of the U.S. Navy and support the Men & Women of the United States Armed Forces.
Fishing, boating, diving, traveling.
Other Hobbies
Collecting; Guns, knives, swords, Coins & currency, Militaria, Movie memorabilia & props, historical and antique documents, rare books, etc.

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At 14:52 on July 2, 2013, Ken Spielvogel said…

Thanks Creig, I got them out and see what you mean, there sure is a difference, and Yes it is the one with the broken blade. Thanks again for the info. Well noted.

At 22:50 on January 31, 2013, Larry Vickery said…

Creig, Heard back from Tom on the Camillus MK2 markings.

The Mark 2 knives were first made by Camillus in 1943 and were stamped on the blade. Then the stampings were moved to the guard in late 1943 or early 1944. When the Mark 2 knife resumed production in 1962, the stampings were moved back to the blade. All Mark 2 knives made in 1962 through 2007 were stamped on the blade.

Tom Williams

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