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fortapache's loves412 of 57515Vintage Nesbitt's Large Tin Sign Three feet x Four Circa 1960's or EarlierLoetz "Dunkelheliotrop Astglas", PN II-569, ca. 1901
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    Posted 13 days ago

    Dman.cooper
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    My grandfather passed away a few years back and I kept one of his old pocket knives. I don't know much about it. I was hoping that someone could identify what brand and era that the knife was made. Thanks!

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    1. Ftank28 Ftank28, 13 days ago
      It looks like a Boy Scouts knife I apologize for not knowing brand off the top of my head. I found a few dating to the 1950s or so this appears to be older possibly 30s.
    2. fortapache fortapache, 12 days ago
      That isn't the boy scout shield on there. Brand name should be on the base of the blade.
    3. Dman.cooper Dman.cooper, 12 days ago
      @ fortapache. I checked the base of the blade the brand name must have worn off?.... There are no words anywhere on the knife
    4. yougottahavestuff yougottahavestuff, 12 days ago
      Well used as Grandpa has worn the blade down a bit!!! My father had one just as worn!!! I loved holding it!!! Memories!!
      Stuff
    5. lptools, 12 days ago
      Hello, Try taking a very fine Scotch-brite pad ( by hand) to the base of the blade where it meets the handle. I see a lot of rust at that area!! Good luck in your search, Lou
    6. fortapache fortapache, 12 days ago
      Check ebay, search "vintage 2 blade pocket knife" or whatever you can think of to narrow the search. It can take some time but may work. Also google images.
    7. Dman.cooper Dman.cooper, 12 days ago
      OK so update I was able to barely make out what I thought was loker cutlery but upon google searching I discovered boker cutlery...now I'm trying to find out the year and style most bokers have a circle logo with a tree in the middle so I'm guessing this is older?.... I would love to find one in better condition to compare

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