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I am back!!! Since i have been very busy. whew!!! So I bought few knives in few months ago. I recently Bought very rare 1920-40 M100 or B100 Case XX push slide knife at Englishtown Swap Meet & Auto Show in Englishtown, NJ. I will post few pictures later. 

When i wander around many vendors around, I quickly spot rare M100 or B100 Case XX Push Slide knife with tag cost $17.00. I puzzle very quiet, "$17??" Great steal! I knew It suppose be worth around $200.00. The guy sell us his things on his vendor. He seems He know nothing about Case history. I did ask him about Push Slide Knife History. He thinks it cheap. I did grab and buy it. I keep quiet. HE DIDN'T KNOW ALL ABOUT CASE HISTORY!

See that Tang Stamp "Case XX"!! It date mean c.1920-40..

I have been research knives history books. I cannot find about this sort of black handle and M100 OR B100. But i am not sure which the worth between $100 to $200. I don't know. I wonder If you know about this??

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Comment by Michelle "Fingers" DellaPelle on April 29, 2015 at 19:44

Thank for information, john!!!  I knew! I can feel my gut about this rare knife..... You mention my knife easily in the $200+ range? Wow! It is worth...  Now i am learning this B100?? I get it. Believe it or not! Rare B100 case XX knife with tag $17.00 cost me....... You image this $17.00 for that??? Good thing i did grab and bought it. LOLOL.

Counterfeiting Antique Cutlery that book? Ok I will buy it later

Comment by tim payne on April 29, 2015 at 18:26

very nice find indeed michelle!  good researching john.


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Comment by John McCain on April 29, 2015 at 17:07

Michelle- According to the book "Counterfeiting Antique Cutlery" written by Gerald Witcher in association with the NKCA, page 158--- This is a very rare tang stamp circa 1905-1920 used around 1920-generally found on the M100 single blade pushout knife---The M designation indicates a metal handle of some sort, while the B can indicate Onyx  celluloid--Therefore yours is a B100 circa 1905-1920 and I can see your knife easily in the $200+ range-- A very rare and seldom seen tang stamp.


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Comment by Jeremy B. Buchanan on April 28, 2015 at 20:57

Nice find Fingers! Glad you were able to get such a great deal.

Comment by Jan Carter on April 28, 2015 at 20:41

Well that one may take a little research Ms Fingers.  Welcome home and lets see what we can find out!  Congrats on the great find

Comment by Michelle "Fingers" DellaPelle on April 28, 2015 at 20:34

Smile

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