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Identifying an antique 'clip-point' style knife.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jake Jun 19. 6 Replies

Hi everyone,I'm having trouble identifying this knife. Not that I know anything about knives anyway, but all I could find out was that the style is 'clip-point' or antique Bowie. I've seen photos of…Continue

 

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Jake replied to Jake's discussion Identifying an antique 'clip-point' style knife.
"Thanks for the replies everyone. Haven't had much luck myself finding anything new on it. One point I forgot to note was that there's a hole going through the top of the handle as if it were tied onto something, maybe that's important?"
Jun 19
David McCarty replied to Jake's discussion Identifying an antique 'clip-point' style knife.
"That is a really interesting looking knife"
Jun 18
Carl Bradshaw replied to Jake's discussion Identifying an antique 'clip-point' style knife.
"Awesome looking knife. Very hard to nail down without any markings of any kind, which would help to identify maker, and how old. Hopefully someone with knowledge in this style can shed some insight."
Jun 15
Jake replied to Jake's discussion Identifying an antique 'clip-point' style knife.
"Hi Jan, Thanks for having a look anyway! I wouldn't have the first clue what to look for in identifying a knife so any info you might offer would be helpful :)"
Jun 14
J.J. Smith III left a comment for Jake
"Welcome to iKC, Jake. Good to have you here."
Jun 14
Jan Carter replied to Jake's discussion Identifying an antique 'clip-point' style knife.
"Jake, I am not as up on Irish antiques as I could be. Let me do some research.  It is an interesting knife!"
Jun 13
Jan Carter replied to Jake's discussion Identifying an antique 'clip-point' style knife.
Jun 13
Jake posted a discussion

Identifying an antique 'clip-point' style knife.

Hi everyone,I'm having trouble identifying this knife. Not that I know anything about knives anyway, but all I could find out was that the style is 'clip-point' or antique Bowie. I've seen photos of an 'original style guardless Bowie knife' which seem a bit like it to me, though I can't find any with an engraved handle like mine.It was found by my grandad 40+ years ago hidden inside the wall of an old Georgian house in Dublin, Ireland when he was installing telephone wires. The house he was…See More
Jun 13
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At 14:08 on June 14, 2020, J.J. Smith III said…

Welcome to iKC, Jake.

Good to have you here.

At 19:35 on June 12, 2020, Jan Carter said…

The 5 top things to do when you join iKnifeCollector!

iKC Community Rules

Navigating iKnifeCollector.com

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