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Favorite blade fixed/ folder

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2 hours ago, Ebbtide231 said:

Much more innocuous than that.

 

A tool to remove the top of your soft boiled egg.

Leave it to the French....

 

And back to the original topic.....

 

My Dad's knife from the 60's..... found it in a bag with a trowel and gloves that he'd bring to the cemetery when he'd spruce up the family graves.

Found that bag long after he passed away.

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After a little TLC

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IIRC it's an Imperial with celluloid scales made to look like jigged bone.

That cleaned up nice... how did you do it

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Here's something I got in a Trade, Very clever sheath \ Micro Knife design, stay's in my First aid kit I'd like to get another, not sure if its still made 

 

 

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1 hour ago, MadWader said:

19th century broad axe that my grandmother used to butcher chickens with

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Crap.  I have a head sans handle that was hanging up in my grandfather's meathouse.  Also no deets and no one to ask.  You guys are reminding me of some stuff!

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3 mins ago, JaseB said:

Crap.  I have a head sans handle that was hanging up in my grandfather's meathouse.  Also no deets and no one to ask.  You guys are reminding me of some stuff!

lol, I have one similar somewhere,  with no handle lol

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13 mins ago, RiverRaider said:

 

A lot of Craftsmanship there.... the guard looks hand ground 

Hammered and ground.  Can you see in the pic?

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