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    Posted 4 years ago

    JettaJon
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    Don't know what make or brand this knife is. Maybe someone out there can help? Was gave to me from a deceased uncle. Was told it was really old. That it was gave to him by his father. But no details on the knife of the maker. On neither blades or handle only has U.S.A ingraved on little blade. So hopefully someone can help me find out.

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    1. TreasureTex TreasureTex, 4 years ago
      I found one on Ebay that looks just like this one. Take a look at the one titled "Vintage Kent N.Y. City USA Two Blade Pocket Knife with Multi Color Handles"
      Good luck and thanks for posting your knife.
    2. UncleRon UncleRon, 4 years ago
      The USA mark is by Colonial Knife Co. (not Colonial Cutlery Co.) - 1926 thru ca. 2000. The way you can tell is if you examine the bolsters carefully you will see that they are not individual, solid pieces of metal attached to the knife's metal liner, Instead they are actually part of the liner which has been stamped up from the inside forming a bulge which looks like a bolster from the outside.

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