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Bertrand Cutlery

Started this discussion. Last reply by D ale Aug 10. 1 Reply

I recently acquired  a Bertrand (Bertram) C utleryu folding knife. I don't think I have ever heard of that name before.  Any info would be appreciated. I has a chicken on the tang. ThanksContinue

Anyone know where I can get another one of these?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ken Spielvogel May 30, 2015. 16 Replies

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Dennis Hibar Aug 9. 23 Replies

I know I haven't been real regular lately, lots of things going on, busy at this time. But I do check in on the Media pics often. But now I am unable to post "likes" for some reason. I want you all…Continue

Merry Christmas

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sue OldsWidow Dec 27, 2014. 16 Replies

Merry Christmas to all of the great IKC members and their families. Remember the reason for the season: A Savior has been born, and I for one, am so thankful for That Savior.  God Bless all.Continue

 

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Ken Spielvogel commented on J.J. Smith III's photo
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RR368 John Deere stockman

"Really nice JJ, I like the tractor RR's. I have an Allis Chalmers Trapper."
Thursday
D ale left a comment for Ken Spielvogel
"Ken, If the stamping of your knife features a rooster .. you could compare it with the pic I posted on your  Bertrand Cutlery discussion page. It may provide narrowing down a date of manufacture. Glad to help,D ale"
Aug 10
D ale replied to Ken Spielvogel's discussion Bertrand Cutlery
"Hen & Rooster dates back to 1945 when Carl Bertram, a well known owner of a poultry business in Solingen, Germany, began manufacturing his own line of cutlery. . ? Can you post a pic of the stamping ?"
Aug 10
Ken Spielvogel posted a discussion

Bertrand Cutlery

I recently acquired  a Bertrand (Bertram) C utleryu folding knife. I don't think I have ever heard of that name before.  Any info would be appreciated. I has a chicken on the tang. ThanksSee More
Aug 10
Ken Spielvogel replied to Ken Spielvogel's discussion Sports
"And the Reds win"
Aug 10
Dennis Hibar left a comment for Ken Spielvogel
"Thanks Ken.  And, regarding the text reader.  Talkie works pretty well.  I tested it out for a friend.  However, depending on the device you use ... text reading may also be a part of your operating system.  I've only…"
Aug 10
Ken Spielvogel replied to Ken Spielvogel's discussion Sports
"Reds and Cubs tonight, Come on Reds."
Aug 9
Ken Spielvogel left a comment for Jan Carter
"Thanks Jan"
Aug 9
Dennis Hibar replied to Ken Spielvogel's discussion Forum activity
"Ken ... Don't think we've ever talked here on iKC.  Sorry to hear about your eyesight.  Have you considered a text-to-talk plug-in for your browser?  While I don't use it often, I have Talkie installed on Firefox (but I…"
Aug 9
Jan Carter replied to Ken Spielvogel's discussion Forum activity
"Ken, I was wondering recently and hoping we would hear from you soon.I have had many friends with that and it is very frustrating, I am so so sorry.  Your typing was perfect !  It sure sounds like you have added some wonderful pieces and I…"
Aug 9
Ken Spielvogel replied to Ken Spielvogel's discussion Forum activity
"Hello to everyone. Just a note to let you know whats happening with me: I have Aged Macular Degeneration in both Retinas and have distorted vision . I don't drive anymore and can't read very good at all. I'm still kicking but eyesight…"
Aug 9
Rome D. Rushing replied to Ken Spielvogel's discussion TL-29's in the group Knives of the Great Outdoors
May 22
Rome D. Rushing replied to Ken Spielvogel's discussion Pictures of Fishers, Scouts, Campers, Sailors and Hobos in the group Knives of the Great Outdoors
"Now for the fish knives. This is another colonial but it is missing the handle cover from the other side."
May 22
Rome D. Rushing replied to Ken Spielvogel's discussion Pictures of Fishers, Scouts, Campers, Sailors and Hobos in the group Knives of the Great Outdoors
"Here are a few Japanese camping knives. This first one has a screwdriver for a main blade. This one has a clip point for it's main blade. And this is a smaller one it is stamped Star * Lite/Japan"
May 22
JJ McCall commented on Ken Spielvogel's blog post History of Robeson Cutlery by Charlie Noyes (printed with his permission)
"A couple little Robeson "pocket jewels" :)"
Sep 11, 2018
JJ McCall commented on Ken Spielvogel's blog post History of Robeson Cutlery by Charlie Noyes (printed with his permission)
Sep 11, 2018

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How did you hear about iKnifeCollector?
Knife World
Do you currently subscribe to any knife publication (offline)
Yes
How long have you collected knives?
16- 20 years
Favorite Kind of Knives
Cattaraugus, Robeson, KaBar Olean, NY, Remington,
How could I have forgot: I also collect WWII pre 1945 Camillus.
About Me
Married with 4 Daughters and 8 Grandchildren
Interests
Knives, Hunting, Fishing, Travel, all Church related activities.

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Schrade's

Posted on September 12, 2014 at 8:02 18 Comments

I sure enjoyed Gus Marsh's presentation Wednesday night on Schrade. It gave me a renewed appreciation for a great cutlery. So I got to looking over my Schrade collection and wanted to re-share with you in this blog. Feel free to share yours here also. Maybe your special ones or all of them.

A 5-Knife Day - here is what I bought Jan

Posted on May 9, 2014 at 17:56 6 Comments

Had a great day at the Central KY Knife show and bought 5 Knives

l. Queen mini Trapper

2. Queen Trapper

3. RR mini Trapper

4. RR Canoe (both of these are in the Outdoorsman series)

5. Western Bowie: no sheath, I need to get one. Need to clean this knife up alittle but it should clean up well. I paid $40 for it - do you think I did alright on it.?

Central KY Knife Show - 5-9-14

Posted on May 9, 2014 at 16:26 6 Comments

Was a great knife show today as usual. Lots of knives, vendors, and people. Saw and talked with 3 of our members: Jim Thompson, Ken M., and Roger Cunningham. Gina Smith was there to but I couldn't find her. Did not see Adam Archer, he may come tomorrow. Also did not see Charles Reed.

I went down every isle and looked at lots of knives and even bought some.

Knife Sheaths

Posted on April 30, 2014 at 13:29 31 Comments

There are many different kinds of sheaths. I like the ones that snap up on the knife handle. The ones that snap lower around the thumb piece, to me, does not work well. Its easy to get the knife out, but not so easy to get the knife back in. 

Below is a picture of 10 different kinds of knife sheaths.

Do you have any different kinds or pictures of sheaths.

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At 18:55 on August 10, 2019, D ale said…

Ken,

If the stamping of your knife features a rooster .. you could compare it with the pic I posted on your  Bertrand Cutlery discussion page. It may provide narrowing down a date of manufacture. 
Glad to help,
D ale

At 4:09 on August 10, 2019, Dennis Hibar said…

Thanks Ken.  And, regarding the text reader.  Talkie works pretty well.  I tested it out for a friend.  However, depending on the device you use ... text reading may also be a part of your operating system.  I've only used Apple products since the 80s.  Text to speech is built into the system, so personally, have no need to install an extension/plug-in in a browser. 

At 17:16 on August 9, 2019, Jan Carter said…

I think you saw it all Ken.  Only 3 lines...

I was wondering recently and hoping we would hear from you soon.I have had many friends with that and it is very frustrating, I am so so sorry.  Your typing was perfect !  It sure sounds like you have added some wonderful pieces and I know they have made their way to a good home 

At 10:00 on July 22, 2015, Gib Curry said…

Ken,

Thanks for the welcome... I'm glad I found this site and am feeling a bit overwhelmed....

So, I'll lurk for a while and get oriented.

Thanks again for the warm welcome.

For Now,

Gib

At 17:03 on April 6, 2015, J.J. Smith III said…

At 0:49 on January 1, 2015, J.J. Smith III said…

At 17:47 on October 25, 2014, Tracey Reed said…

Good evening Ken.  It was great to do business with you today at the show.  I wish I'd known it was YOU when we getting your purchase together.  The show was really a lot of fun and from the pictures and comments on here this evening, it looks like there were several iKnife people there.  I know we handed out several of Jan's cards for iKnife.  Hopefully some new people will join.

At 12:00 on October 18, 2014, Steve williams said…

Thanks for the welcome ken!greetings from uk

At 23:28 on October 7, 2014, J.J. Smith III said…

At 12:34 on August 23, 2014, Shimshon Robinson said…

Hello again Ken, Do you know what a Kibbutz is? Anyway I work at fixing computers for the hundreds that we have in our community and business. We do have lots of agriculture, growing all field crops, and avocados, citrus,lichee, chilens, cows, meat and for milking.

We also own a large multinational plastics factory called Palram. We have factories in Israel, England and the U.S.A. I worked at ours for 20 years doing different things before leaving to start the computers dept. on the kibbutz.

 
 
 

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