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Posted 25 days ago

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edjon56
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My grandfather left me his old pocket knife after he passed. I have been wanting to find out what make/year the knife is for a while. Any help finding out who made the knife and/or how old it is would be appreciated!

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  1. lzenglish lzenglish, 25 days ago
    Any makers marks or symbols on the other side of the tang?
  2. edjon56, 24 days ago
    No, unfortunately there are no symbols or markings on the knife
  3. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 24 days ago
    Hey edjon, welcome to CW! :^D
    To me it looks like a custom handmade knife, made by a craftsman, and possibly made for sale at a craft, or knife show. It isn't marked, because it was sold with a business card, or because your grandfather knew them. It may have been a local person, and not easy to identify, but good luck!
    It is a nice looking knife, and one that should last for years to come, maybe passed down, in memory of your grandfather, is more important, then who made it! :^)
  4. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 24 days ago
    Oh! What size is the knife/blade? :^)

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