"Absolute Auction announcements for the dissolution of Colonial equipment are dated May 29, 2002. In 2001 Colonial Cutlery International was formed by some of the former employees of Colonial. This company exists today."
"Well man, you got me....I have one Utica knife and as you already confirmed, this ain't it. At least you were able to post a photo...and get an album started too! Sweet. Hopefully someone else in the community will be able to recognize this gem…"
Well as a Dead-head in Texas my self, I'll be sure to be wearing one of my Garcia ties from work, or I'll have changed clothes at which time I'll be wearing my Dancing Bears T-shirt. Either should help us narrow down what you have once it's posted! :-D
Hey Hddarts - welcome to iKC! We're glad you're here. Just saw your status....Utica made several 2 blade models that may fit your description. Does the one you are asking about look like the one shown here?
I am VERY familiar with this one - Formerly the TL-29, now called the Model 11-2558 Utility Knife from their Workman series.
These are all over the internet..lots of them on Ebay and Etsy in all sorts of condition and age. Those that look like the one in this photo could be from the early 70's, which is when they went to the wood grain cellulose handle (Delrin).
If this isn't the one, please post a photo or a link to one to show the model you are asking about.