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    Posted 3 years ago

    Jerry2003
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    Just curious if anyone knows what style knife this is. I have searched and can find anything similar. Not looking for an appraisal just info to type of pocket knife.

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    1. UncleRon UncleRon, 3 years ago
      This is a modern (maybe 1970s-1980s) knock-off of a knife design, the Folding Safety Hunter, first offered by the Marbles Safety Axe Co. of Gladstone Michigan in 1902. Of course, the Marbles knife is much more well-made. They were expensive and offered for less than ten years. The Marbles Safety Hunter is one of the must-have knives for serious collectors of folders, and in decent condition it sells for $500 to $2000 depending on the handle material and some age-defining characteristics of the earliest models.
      Anything remotely valuable in collectible knives has been "reproduced" in India starting ca. 1950 and in Pakistan starting ca. 1970.
    2. SpiritBear, 3 years ago
      I couldn't be anymore thrilled with a similar Paki knife I have. I lost it for one year. In that one year, I broke 2 American and 1 Chinese knives at the tang. The Paki knife I lost and refound? Pry, dig, jam, cut-- it won't die.

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