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Pocket Knives386 of 6181977 Western Knife Display Hardware StoreRemington Pocket Knife 1921-1924
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    Posted 6 years ago

    dreamerlds
    (8 items)

    Cant find another like this or any information at all sadly.
    Harrison Brothers stamped on the shaft.

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    Comments

    1. shareurpassion shareurpassion, 6 years ago
      This is a great tool! I could be wrong but isn't that a hook that was used to button shoes? Just a thought...
    2. just_a_random_guy, 6 years ago
      Cutlers to the

      The links have some history Harrison Bros. and Howson. It's a razor forum, but the only place I found with any company history. knifenetwork or britishblades will be good places to ask, too.

      http://www.silvercollection.it/ENGLAHARRISONBROTHERS.html

      http://strazors.com/index.php?id=612&doc=harrison_brothers_and_howson_sheffield_
    3. UncleRon UncleRon, 5 years ago
      Harrison Bros. (& Howson) 1847 - 1959. What the Brits used to call a "multiplex knife." The tools, clockwise from the bottom: gimlet (drill), helical worm (corkscrew), turnscrew (screwdriver), wire breaker (for wired-down corks on medicine and wine bottles), pen blade, button hook, and main blade - in this case a "sheepsfoot" pattern.

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