"Robeson Boxes by Queen Cutlery by David Krauss and myself. Here is the final installment of our eight-part series of Queen boxes. This set covers from 1900 - till 2017 (with the usual gap for Queen City products from 1922-1945). This set of articles…"
"We have added another important Queen "Box" article to our set, authored by Brian Guth, David Krauss, Ashley and Joe MIck, Fred Fisher, and myself, covering the final segment of the Daniels Family ownership of Queen Cutlery - 2013 - 2017.…"
"Rooster Knives, 9-27 2020
Due to a lot of interest, Ashley and Joe Mick, Brian Guth, Fred Fisher and myself have just completed a new article on Queen produced cockfighting knives. We hope this provide a reference for those interested in this…"
"Looks like a very special knife.. The lightning wood is scary when you think about the voltage right beside your hands in making it - I have abandoned plans to use this process. I like the boys knife especially with a bail and chain - I lost too…"
"Fred Fisher, Brian Guth and I have posted a new article #78 hunting and Combat Knife on Queencutleryguide.com, that shows this iconic knife in two catalog versions, and a third rare knife seem only once in over 70 cumulative years of…"
"Carl has a strong background to administer this site. I include a link to a reference piece he wrote on Tuna Valley Knives on our website. Great information! He covers the early name and Case, the Great Eastern connection, and Queen…"
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
"Nice article by David Clark on John Schatt's punching tool - When you look at catalogs you see Queen appears not to have changed this tool ever, while offering it in different sizes in different patterns for essentially 110 years!
"At Queen cutleryguide.com We are beginning to build documentation for many of the knives that were never cataloged by Queen Cutlery. Here is an example of large coke bottle lockblade hunters. the first photo is 1993 - two special…"
Welcome, Dan! Out of sheer curiosity, to which knife publication(s) do you subscribe? It feels like those of us with knife magazine subscriptions are rare -- even here!
And while I don't know much about Queen knives, I really fell for the Mountain Man & other similar knives (single blade lockback (trapper?) with a straight clip point (vs the curved clip as on the Buck 110 & similar knives)).