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    Posted 4 years ago

    Bigship_Iron
    (15 items)

    Hello please could someone help ?
    What is this type of pccket pen knife ?
    On the edge of the blade facing outwardly is another sharp blade.
    The markings on the blade are T and fish hook simbol .
    Thanks for looking and hope your all well
    CH

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    1. UncleRon UncleRon, 4 years ago
      This is a budding or "grafting" knife. It is almost undoubtedly European. It may be around 100 years old. The hump on the top of the blade (usually not sharpened to a cutting edge) is called the "spud." It is used to hold open the slice made in the bark for insertion of the twig being grafted on. Like surgery on animals, the incision needs to be kept clean and sealed up afterward to prevent bacteria from entering the "wound" while it heals.
    2. Bigship_Iron Bigship_Iron, 4 years ago
      Thanks Again Uncle Ron ! You are a star ! We have all been waiting for you to pick this one !
      Thanks again
      The Asda Thursday Pen knife club

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