I am a new CASE collector. I am retired so I have to find CASE bargains. Most of my purchases have been unused/ new knives. Does your book collecting CASE knives cover newer knives. Can you help me to find a copy of your book (book store chain or web site)
I am a new CASE collector. I am retired so I have to find CASE bargains. Most of my purchases have been unused/ new knives. Does your book collecting CASE knives cover newer knives. Can you recommend a place to buy the book.
By the way.... the straight blade bellow with STAG handles, Case Clains no knowlege os it as a prototype or production model of any of there patters from any of their companies at anytime..... She refraned from the word counterfit.
When I last saw it on it had 3 days and was already at $550..... SAD
I apologies if I am imposing but this has me more than scratching my head for these reason's.....
1. SUCH knives have never even like this one of one have sold higher than true vintage production knives I guess because locating a true 5488 in Mint Bradford or even Case xx is more of a challenge to the collector than grabbing this. I think....
2. But this is a CASE, likely never to ever be reproduced.
3. Upside, rate off appreciation (by when will it see it's value realized)
$. As for the collector is this a novelty Case knife or a piece one would reach for it able to get..
Can you see how normal scarcity it askew here but on the other hand it is a rare a rear can get, but by not being production reduce it to a neat find - cute but no cigar
This letter comes with this fantastic knife!
W.R. CASE AND SONS CUTLERY COMPANY
EIGHT BLADE PEARL HANDLE CANOE
ONE OF ONE
THIS EIGHT BLADE PEARL CANOE WAS MADE IN THE MODEL SHOP AT THE CASE FACTORY IN MARCH 1999 AS A SPECIAL PRESENTATION GIFT.
The knife below - Single blade stag handle _ Case via the photos says they know nothing of that knife.... they refrained from using the word forgery but without any more documentation (which there was not any from the listing on eBay) they were not aware of a prototype or production knife that reassembles it. That's the three photos of the single "thrust" knife. Sadly 1 day or more befoere the final bidding the going bid then was $550.00........