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    Posted 6 months ago

    pennypearl…
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    Fixed blade knife, need help to identify maker. Any information is very welcomed. Purchased at a garage sale in Oregon.

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    1. flashlarue flashlarue, 6 months ago
      Handmade souvenir knife from Mexico.
    2. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 6 months ago
      My memory isn't great but I think that is a Troke's pen knife probably/possibly made in Scotland from the mark.
    3. pennypearl276, 6 months ago
      Re: flasharue, & fhrjr2, how and or why do you believe this knife is what you say? How can I tell it is what each of you say? Mexican or Scottish how do you tell?
    4. pennypearl276, 6 months ago
      There is a similar post under antique daggar, in tools and hardware. Check it out , has different but similar design and mark but different stamp? Weird.
    5. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 6 months ago
      First of all I did exactly what you could have done. I researched the mark, then a fixed blade knife with that mark. The term Troke's that I use is from memory having collected knives for a number of years. A Troke is an individual who will sell or swap something with another person. The mark and the term both originated in Scotland. Note I said probably/possibly made in Scotland.
    6. flashlarue flashlarue, 6 months ago
      The name on the blade says MEXICO
    7. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 6 months ago
      Interesting, I enlarged the image of the mark and used google image and it found the same crude mark as this associated with Scotland and peddlers.
    8. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 6 months ago
      You could probably/possibly find one with a CHINA mark on it too! :^D
      It's a cool little Knife find, just don't get caught with it in Portland! :^O
      Thanks for posting pennypearl276, and Welcome to CW, where we all like to learn about things that we Collect! Stay Safe, and Wear a Mask! :^)
    9. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 6 months ago
      I agree with the mask Bill. Things are really bad here in Florida. I have masks and a full face shield but still seldom venture out. Many will resist the mask until someone close to them dies, then they will grow up.
    10. pennypearl276, 6 months ago
      Thank you all so much for all of your very helpful information. As you can tell I'm new to the group but excited to share some of my finds. As for the masks, I'm with you. I take it very seriously. I dont need to loose anyone, I actually practice common sense regularly. Yall stay safe yourselves out there wherever yall are in the world. I'll do the same.

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