Hi Katie ! I was told that you are a case historian by some of the members on here I recently bought a collection of old case knives and in the roll was 1970 6254 bone trapper in what I was told is a second cut bone I have some pictures on here if you would be so kind to take a look at them I would greatly appreciate it any info would help me decide what I would like to do with it. Thank you very much for response and the job you do for us case collectors !!
Katie, thanks for the thoughts & comments on the "Case Triple Crown Set " that I was fortunate enough to acquire. While I have several of the Case sets, I believe this is the rarest & definitely hardest to find.
Thanks Katie for the additional thoughts and effort on the Boatman knife. I talked to Tony Foster yesterday and his thoughts on the knife is the same as yours. Thank you for your efforts and input and thank you for being a part of iKnife.
Hi Katie...Thanks for the comment on my Boatman knife and the info. Please double check your info as I think you will find it to be 1974 which is a 6 dot stamp. The knife I acquired is a 7 dot which is a 1973 stamp and it is not shown in the 1973 line up. I can find it in 1940-64 era, 65-69 era, then in the years of 70, 74, 75, 76, 77 & 79. As you will note 71, 72, & 73 is not shown and I think the 79 year was the last time any were made.
We chatted the other day, talked a little about Spyderco Endura with the Emerson,s Wave feature. Just wanted to let you know I seen one for sale today on Blade Forums, Under the section for sale production knives by Individuals, the members name forum name is neffarious, check it out, Tommy