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OK the October items trickled in so I will post what I have.

Let's start with a non-folding fixed-blade knife.  I don't have too many but this one caught my eye because of the horn handle and the inlaid turquoise at the base.  It's a Holly for those that want to know.

It is inscribed Holley on one side and 2001 on the other.

 

The folder is a Winchester (kind of).  I only have one or two of this brand. The photos don't show the beautiful yellow handles that caught my eye.  The blade is inscribed 1 of 150 below their famous rifle.

The knife is actually a Case XX and my eyes have trouble with their dot dot system, I think 10 or 11 dots (?) and the model is 3254.

 

And last today is the Connecticut Angling License/badge.  I love this badge and I am glad I decided to buy it.  I don't know about collecting them, but.....

A fishing badge!  Who woulda thunk it??  If you see them, think about picking one up for your own collection. Or if you are thinking of starting a new collection wouldn't these be great?  Don't take up a lot of space, not outrageously expensive because not a lot of folks are buyers, and they are so cool.

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Comment by Lee Saunders on October 21, 2013 at 21:41

yeh the Band-Aid was a nice touch huh guys?  I shoulda left it under the Anglers Badge though like the pin-back grabbed ya!!


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Comment by Robert Burris on October 20, 2013 at 18:30

These are all great scores. I love all of them.

Comment by Chuck Parham on October 19, 2013 at 1:57

I also liked the bandaid in the first pic of your Holly!! I've seen a lot of those fishing tags. They were very popular because not a lot of people carried wallets to keep a paper license and they didn't have the plastic holders back then. They would make a great additional accent piece to a collection of fish knives or an outdoor themed collection. They also had metal back tags for hunting licenses that I've seen. It's funny how you wish you'd have bought some things you saw years ago before you had a real interest in them! A great score Lee!!!!

Comment by Ron Cooper on October 19, 2013 at 1:22

I love how you have a BAND-AID handy in the first photo. These all look like they would be welcomed additions in anyone's collection. Congratulations, Lee!

Comment by Jan Carter on October 18, 2013 at 21:48

Lee the fixed blade looks like a sweet beauty!  The fishing badge?  SCORE!!!!   I have never seen one but I sure do like it

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