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Case XX Toothpick/Fish Knife

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rob Gregg Jan 15, 2011. 6 Replies

Howdy Folks! I recently picked up a Case XX toothpick/fish knife. It has yellow comp handles with the hook sharpener embedded in the front handle. It's tang stamped "Case XX Stainless". I can't seem…Continue


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If it isn't broke, don't fix it. If it is broke, fix it right.
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How long have you collected knives?
41 to 45 years
Favorite Kind of Knives
Toothpicks, Coke Bottles and anything vintage
About Me
Married 32 years, we have 3 kids, 6 grandkids and at least one more on the way. My wife and I have been self-employeed custom cabinet and furniture makers for the past 20 years.
I like to fish, hunt and camp. If I can be doing those things with family and/or friends, I like 'em even more.
Other Hobbies
Arrowhead hunting, building and playing guitar, knifemaking and knife repair/restoration

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Knives without tang stamps or not in the books?

Posted on December 2, 2010 at 7:47 3 Comments

Over the years I've come across a few knives that have no tang stamps or tang stamps I couldn't find in the modest collection of price/identification guides that I have on hand. Here are 2 or 3 examples. I'd be interested in hearing and/or seeing any others iKC members might have in their collections.

The first 2 are identical except the first one has a shield that says Central Shoe Company. Neither is tang stamped and I can't find any record of the shoe…


The story of the 1942 Imperial W.C. Fields/Mae West Toothpick

Posted on November 5, 2010 at 20:57 10 Comments

My Grandpa bought this knife for my collection back around 1970 from an antique store out in Wichita KS. Even though the story that went with it was fun, there was no written documentation and he always asured me that he paid no high premium for it. I've always taken the tale with a grain of salt, you should too. It goes like this. The movie "My Little Chickadee" starring W.C. Fields and Mae West was released around 1941. It…


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