Very nice vintage Purina 2 blade pocket knife with famous Purina checkerboard handle. Marked on blade Kutmaster, Utica NY USA. Has two blades which show wear, they fold in and out but are a bit stiff although blades snap closed very nicely. Vintage red checkerboard synthetic handle is in great condition, very colorful. No cracks in the handles or looseness of the blades. Measures about 3 1/4 closed.
Pocket Knife with two blades and marked only Pakistan. It has a bone like handle with a pattern of wood burning indents. One blade is 3 1/8 inches long and the other blade is # 1/4 inches long. Closed, the knife is 4 inches long. It is in nice condition with a slight crack in a handle end. Sold just as found.
This linerlock folding knife measures about 4.5 inches closed and offers a thumb bolt for easy one hand opening and closing. The blade is 440 stainless steel. Soft green insert on the black handle provides a sure grip. Belt clip for ease of carrying. The blade is stamped 440 C and Mfg in China, Headquartered in USA. Excellent condition. Volume discounts are available.
This handy pocket knife measures about 3 inches with blade closed and 5.25 inches total open length. Stainless steel blade. The thumb knob on the blade offers easy one-hand opening and closing. Black plastic handle with belt clip. The blade is stamped Stainless and China. Excellent condition. Lifetime Warranty. Maxam - Quality Products since 1950. Volume discounts are available.
Silver Star 15 function Royal Crest pocket knife. Stainless steel blades. Features include a serrated saw blade, scissors, knife blade, can opener, cork screw, fish hook remover, Phillips and flat blade screwdrivers, and nail file . This knife measures about 3.5 inches with the blades closed. Includes a black leather belt sheath. The stainless steel handle is ideal for engraving. The end offers a split ring for attaching to your key chain. The knife blade is stamped Stainless and China. Excellent condition. Note: This knife has a uniform finish. The light reflected from the flash created highlights.
Wood presentation case, burgundy in color, with four (4) lock blade pocketknives and one (1) key chain. Circa 2002. Never used, never removed from the presentation case. Each stainless steel blade pocketknife measures about 4 inches closed. Two pocketknives have stirring high gloss images of firefighters. The other two pocketknives, also in high gloss, offer majestic eagle images. Each knife has a brass finish with a dream catcher emblem. The silvertone key chain depicts an eagle image in high gloss and measures about 3 inches long. This commemorative September 11 gift set is in Excellent condition. Note: This set has a uniform finish - the flash from the camera created highlights.
This handsome pocketknife offers a thumb knob on the blade for easy one-hand opening and closing. Stainless steel blade. The length measures about 2.5 inches with the blade closed and 4.5 inches when open. Slotted gray composition handle. The blade is stamped Stainless Steel and China. Excellent condition.
This classic linerlock pocketknife measures about 4.25 inches closed and has a thumb bolt for one hand opening and closing. The black handle offers a belt clip for easy carrying. The blade is 440 stainless steel and stamped 440 C, Mfg. in China, Headquartered in USA. Excellent condition. Volume discounts available.
This multi-purpose pocketknife measures about 3 inches long with the blades closed. Includes knife blade, serrated saw blade, nail file, scissors, tweezers, and plastic toothpick. Stainless steel blades. Red plastic handle. The knife blade is stamped Stainless and China. Excellent condition. Toss one in your tackle box or vehicle. Attach to your key chain. Great stocking stuffer too! Volume discounts available.
This Flying Falcon pocketknife measures about 4 inches long with the curved blade closed and 7 inches total length. Rostfrei stainless steel blade. Black textured composition handle with handy belt clip. Thumb knob on blade for easy one-hand opening and closing. The blade is stamped Frost Cutlery Flying Falcon with the signature falcon emblem on the blade and handle. The blade is also stamped Stainless, Rostfrei, and China. This folding lock back knife is in Excellent condition.
In memory of days gone by when sailors carved ivory pieces while on long voyages. This stainless steel blade folding hunting knife offers an ivory white plastic handle with a traditional faux scrimshaw sailing ship design. Brass bolters The overall length measures 9 inches. The closed length measures about 5 inches. Black leather belt sheath. The blade is stamped Stainless and Pakistan. Never used; however please note that this sheath back rivet has some rust and the hunting knife has some surface scratches. Fine condition.
This is a very nice hand etched like Scrimshaw, limited edition 2 blade pocket knife and original case, in very good condition. There are no signs of the blades ever being sharped or used. The longer 2 blade is marked FLYING CLOUD and stamped NATIONAL BLADE N.J./U.S.A. . The brown exterior case is a hard shell case with custom padding inside along with a label that reads NATIONAL BLADE HAND ETCHED IN U.S.A. in the upper inside part of the case. The case is in like new condition also. A nice ship at sea seen scrimshaw knife!
This utility knife offers 13 separate tools, including can opener, nail file and cuticle tool, cork screw, leather punch, Phillips and flat blade screwdrivers, fish hook remover, scissors, bottle opener, fish scaler, large knife blade, saw blade, toothpick, and tweezers. Red composition handle. This Swiss style pocketknife measures about 3.5 inches when closed. The large knife blade is stamped Stainless and China. Excellent condition. Volume discounts are available.
Flying Falcon knife with Rostfrei stainless steel blade. This handy pocketknife measures about 2.75 inches with the blade closed and 5 inches total length. Slotted blue composition handle. The blade is stamped Frost Cutlery Flying Falcon with the signature falcon emblem on the blade and handle. The blade is also stamped Rostrei, Stainless, and China. Excellent condition.
This handy pocketknife offers a thumb knob on the blade for easy one-hand opening and closing. Stainless steel blade. Length measures about 2.5 inches with the blade closed and 4.5 inches when open. Black textured composition handle. The blade is stamped Jaguar, Stainless, and China. This pocketknife is in Excellent condition. Volume discount is available for this item.
Delta Ranger Rostfrei stainless steel blade pocketknife. Measures about 5 inches with the blade closed. Features include black plastic handle with rubber inserts and a metal belt clip. Thumb knob on the blade offers easy one-hand opening and closing. The liner lock half-serrated blade is stamped Barracuda, Rostfrei, China. Excellent condition. Volume discounts are available.
This Collection of 4 pocket Knives features 1. Black Short: Forest Master,is the name imprinted and also Colonial Prov.USA.It has Some rust as shown. There are 4 Pull-Outs. Measures 3 3/4 inches unopened, and 8 1/4 inches fully extended. 2.Black Long: The imprint says Jin, unopened measures 4 1/2 inches,extended it measures 7 3/4 inches. 3. Barlow is the name imprint on this Dark Brown knife,Model name is Sabre #629,Hong Kong,Stainless Steel. Unopened it is 4 3/4 inches,Extended it measures 8 1/2 inches.4.Made in Pakistan Stainless Steel,Bronze/Brass Sculpted Forest Scene with Elk,and Mythic Figures on both sides.Unopened measures 4 inches Extended it measures 7 inches. Shipping is $5.45 Domestic USA Priority (3 days).
This liner lock pocketknife measures about 4 inches closed and has a thumb bolt for easy one hand opening and closing. 440 stainless steel blade. The handle is fire engine red and has a belt clip for easy carrying. The blade is stamped 440 S Steel and China. Excellent condition. Volume discounts are available.
Flying Falcon liner lock pocketknife. Measures about 3.75 inches closed. Total length measures about 6.5 inches. Rostfrei stainless steel blade. Black plastic handle with belt clip. Thumb knob on blade for easy one-hand opening and closing. The blade is stamped Frost Cutlery Flying Falcon with the signature falcon emblem. The blade is also stamped Stainless, Rostfrei, and China. This liner lock pocketknife is in Excellent condition. Volume discounts are available.
Small vintage pocket knife with a Green, White, and Brown marbled plastic handle. One small 1 1/2 inch blade, un-marked. Movable loop for key ring. Measures 2 3/8 inches long w/o loop X 5/16 inch wide. Blade is used condition, appears to have been sharpened, has some rust, needs cleaned up. Plastic shows rub wear like it was carried on a key ring. Nice addition to a vintage pocket knife collection.
A pocket knife with red lettering on a white pearlized background. REads Winchester Western. 2 blades. Measures 3 in. long. In good, usable, displayable condition. Goldtone metal edge on the case.Not sure of age but it has been in storage since the early 1980's.
This is a very nice single blade pocket folding knife featuring the stag handles, and 440 hardened stainless steel blade. The knife is 3.5 long folded, or 6 long opened. The blade is etched SQUIRE V and is stamped EXPLORER 11-385 JAPAN 440 STAINLESS . Has a good push release level to close. This knife is near like new, a few minor scuffs on the polish finish blade, the stag is very nice no chips or cracks. A very nice pocket knife overall!
Old Vintage Camillus New York 14 Folding Pocket Knife
Old Vintage CAMILLUS New York 14 Folding Pocket Knife. Nice Camillus folding pocket knife. I know very little about these. It is silvertone with a black (I think plastic) bone type handle with a crest. Two blades, used. Age uncertain. Marked: Camillus - New York. Opposite side has a 14. Measures 3 3/8 inches long X 1/2 inches wide. Nice collectible vintage pocket knife.
Old Vintage Usa Folding Pocket Knife Plastic Mop Handle
Old Vintage USA Folding Pocket Knife Plastic Mop Handle. Small vintage pocket knife with a Maroon and Silver streaked handle. It looks like MOP but I believe it is plastic. One small blade marked: Made in U.S.A. Movable loop for key ring. Measures 2 3/4 inches long w/o loop X 3/8 inches wide. Blade is in nice condition, I am not certain if it has been sharpened. Plastic shows light rub wear & a tiny pin prick sized dent on one side, and lots of rub wear on the reverse side. Small spot on loop. Nice addition to a vintage pocket knife collection.
Lot Of Three Vintage Pocket Knives Colonial Hammer
Lot of Three Vintage Pocket Knives Colonial Hammer. The first knife has a mother of pearl handle, it is quite old and there is damage to the handle as can be seen in the pictures, the handle is just over 3 1/2 inches long, one blade is about 2 1/4 inches long, it is in fairly good condition, does have a little bit of the end of the blade missing and worn, the other blade is about 1 1/2 inches long tip on it is broken, it looks like there may be a marking but I can't tell for sure due to the dirt on it. The second knife is in the shape of a bowling pin, it just over 2 inches long, blade is about 1 1/2 inches long, it is marked Colonial Prov RI USA, blade is good but shows age, the white part of the pin handle is slightly loose on the bottom and there is a tiny spot of yellow, may come off, have not attempted to clean it. The third knife is a Hammer brand, has a black and creamy colored handle, it is 3 1/4 inches long, there is one blade that is broken, remaining blade is about 2 1/4 inches long, marked Hammer Brand along with something can't quite make out, nice for parts or restoration. This lot would be a nice addition to your collection!
Remington Umc 2 Blade Pocket Knife R6905 Mother O Pearl
Tiny 2.5 inch pocket knife with a Mother of Pearl look handle, both sides. Marked: Remington UMC on blade and opposite side marked: R6905. Handle is nice, metal shows usage wear. Spring action is weak on long blade and knife is spread some when looking at the bottom. Not sure if this is a factory error or what, as rivet flush on both sides of the knife and not indented as would seem logical if knife spead after making. Great addition to any vintage Pocket Knife collection.
This is a nice vintage double blade pocket knife marked IMPERIAL PROV. RI U.S.A. on the 2.0 long blade, the other blade is 1.25 long and has the patent date marked 2284833, P2689400, 2478855 on it. This knife is in good condition overall, with sharp blades, and very minor staining on the blades, firm locking blade positions. The handle material appears to be bone, and is in good condition, with minor wear and discoloration. A very nice small knife from the mid-1900's era!
This is a nice vintage double blade pen knife marked .ATIONA. CUTLERY WORKS on the .70 long blade, the other blade is 1.2 long. This knife is in good condition overall, with fairly sharp blades, and light pitting on the blades, firm locking blade positions, one blade appears to be missing a small amount on the tip end of the blade. The bolsters appear to be silver, or maybe nickel plated. The handle material appears to be bone, and is in very good condition, with an attractive variegated coloring. A very nice small knife from the early 1900's 1930's era!
This is a nice vintage double blade pocket knife marked with the patent dates on the shorter blade PAT. NOS. 2037943, 2170537 on the 1.0 long blade, the other blade is 1.5 long. (This is two Imperial patent numbers otherwise is not marked with a name). The later patent is from 1938. This knife is in good+ condition with a good sharp blades, little wear, very little very minor staining on the blades, firm locking blade positions. The handle material appears to be man made, and is in very good condition, with an attractive swirl design. A very nice small knife from the late 1930's era!
This is a nice vintage single blade pocket knife marked HAMMER BRAND USA on the 1.75 long blade. This knife is in good+ condition with a good sharp blade, very little very minor staining on the blade, firm locking and a good chain bail. The handle material appears to be man made, and is in very good condition, with an attractive swirl design.
This knife is made of 440 Stainless Steel. It measures 6.5 in. long when open. About 1 in. wide. Marked fighter on the blade near the hilt. Comes with a boot or belt clip. Lockblade type. In good condition.
This is a 2 bladed knife with a porcelain insert of the Michelin Man on stainless stee. The back side has a clip to use as a money clip I think. Measures 2 in. x 1 in. In good, usable condition. Vintage is unknown. Perhaps from the '80's?
Offering this Pal Cutlery Co stockman 3 blade equal end pocket knife; measures 3 1/2 inches long; blades are two 1 1/2 inch and one 2 inch. Handle is stag, nicely finished, no chips or cracks; great color on the stag. Stainless steel blades, rounded bolsters. Blades are sharp and clean, light age darkening, no pitting. Marked Pal Cutlery Co, USA on large blade, circa 1934-1953. A nice knife to use or collect! Shipping to continental USA will be $3.00 first class mail.
Offering this Monarch stockman 3 blade pocket knife; measures 4 inches long; blades are two 1 3/4 inch and one 2 3/4 inch. Handle looks to be stag or bone, nicely finished, no cracks or chips. Stainless steel blades, square bolsters, and oval shield. Blades are sharp and clean, small light staining. Marked Monarch 2231 Japan on large blade. A nice knife to use or collect! Shipping to continental USA first class mail will be $3.00
This is very nice folding timber scribe, or race knife type scribe for marking timber. It is marked NEW YORK KNIFE CO. WALDEN HAMMER BRAND on the single 2.5 long blade. It appears that about .2 of the knife has been sharpened away over the years, but is sharp and in good condition overall. The wood handles appear to be cocobolo or rosewood, with the two owner's intials very lightly scribed on one side of the wood handle. The wood is otherwise very nice not cracked, with some minor scratches and edge dings. The steel is clean, not rusty, with some darkening on the finish, and some minor pitting on the areas away from the cutting edge. Overall in good+ condition. A hard to find old knife, by a quality maker!
This is a nice vintage 4.5 stationary blade knife marked I.P.HYDE on the blade and handle, plus SOUTHBRIDGE MASS. U.S.A. on the blade also. The hardwood handle is really in very nice shape, well attached, no chips or cracks, nice finish. The blade steel has some very minor staining, but otherwise appears to be unused, very nice. The overall length is 4.5 of the handle area, 9.5 long overall. Although we know that Canton Cutlery Co. made many other tools, including razors, scissors and hair clippers, we don't find and information about them being in business after 1930. A nice expample of a rarely seen Ohio made knife. Isaac Perkins Hyde & Co. were in business from 1875 to 1985. We believe this knife to be from the mid 1900's vintage.
1998 Hamilton Collection Brotherhood Of Biking Knife David Mann Easyriders Bikers Hd
The knife was made in 1998 by THE HAMILTON COLLECTION. This is the BROTHERHOOD OF BIKING knife designed by DAVID MANN, in mint condition. The plastic protectors are even on the bolsters on both sides of the knife. It comes with the certificate of authenticity, original shipper box and the original blue velvet pouch. This knife really is a work of art. The name of the artist is screen printed on the chrome plated blade and the EASYRIDERS logo is printed in red on the gold bolster. The insert in the handle shows a picture of The Brotherhood. This knife was strictly limited to a total of 45 casting days, and they are getting very hard to find, with an original price of $45 or so. Lots more David Mann plates Hollywood Run. Riding on his first customized Harley and with his first painting under his arm, he entered the 1963 Kansas City Custom Car show. What that first painting may have lacked in detail, it made up for in spirit. It was rampant with wild freedom and outrageous machines, like a herd of unleashed hallucinogenic horses screaming out of the Hollywood hills. It captured the very essence of chopper riders of the time, - soldiers without a war, gladiators without an opponent, men with blood in their eyes, looking for a place to taste it. That painting and that car show changed Mann's life, launching an artistic career which continues to expand today. David's was the only custom bike entry in the show. For his innovation, the judges created a class and a trophy. Naturally, his scooter was the only object to be noticed by Tiny, an enormous outlaw from Sioux City, Iowa. The president of a small band of outlaw motorcyclists, Tiny became Mann's motorcycle mentor. Tiny took David under his wing, and David became the eight member of the band. Tiny also took an instamatic snapshot of David's painting and sent it to the eccentric Ed Big Daddy Roth, California creator of custom cars and motorcycles and first publisher of a motorcycle cult magazine, Chopper. Ed Roth bought David Mann's first painting. With no training, no formal education, and little experience, Mann had created a work of art in tempera which was published and printed for poster sales. The Tecate Run was the second painting David completed. Again, it was published by Roth and printed for poster sales. At Ed Roth's insistence, Dave made his second trip to California and visited an outlaw ranch in San Bernardino, where he met legends of the biker community. Engulfed in the dark, mysterious biker lifestyle throughout the '60's, Dave painted 14 works for Roth, capturing his own experiences, the camaraderie of bikers, their warring ways, their parties and the dark, jagged freedom. Ten were published and lithographed for posters. In 1965, Dave went to work in the mail room at Scheffer Studios in Kansas City, where he met an architectural renderer, Dave Poole, who told him about the crazy, green, metalflaked motorcycle he'd heard of. It was David's. The next day, he rode the wild Harley to work, and another friendship was born. Recognizing David's inherent talent, Dave Poole taught him architectural rendering and the use of an airbrush, which David has incorporated into his art for the last 17 years. By 1967, David was developing into a full-fledged architectural renderer, learning the intricacies of detail, reflection, exacting dimension, and mechanical perspective. He studied at Kansas City Art Institute. In the late '60's, Scheffer Studios moved to Clearwater, Florida, and David began allowing his abilities to reach into diverse subjects. He studied Dali's surrealism, trompe l'oeil, and fantasy, and he mastered the use of gouache and acrylics. His efforts didn't go unrewarded. He began collecting best-of-show awards in Seminole Springs and Dunedin. His name was mentioned in the company of famous masters such as Rockwell and Leroy Neiman. David was rapidly refining his ability to deal with detail and realism when he discovered a new motorcycle magazine with a new twist - Easyriders. The magazine concentrated on the lifestyle of the riders and their women, not the technical aspects of building choppers. In the back of the first issue was a small, insignificant classified ad for a motorcycle artist. Dave inquired in late 1971, and the publishers responded. It was the beginning of a creative relationship which has spanned over a decade and a half of tumultuous times, changing styles, and a lifestyle growing up. Through the medium of Easyriders, Dave had endeavored to portray the fun of being a biker, the battles, the hardships, and the ironies. As you will see, he has succeeded admirably. The above information is from Paisano Publications, LLC. It is available in a book titled 50 Magnificent Works of Motorcycle Art from Easyriders - A collection of David Mann centerspreads representing biker folklore for over twenty years. Published by Paisano Publications, Inc., 1987. Born Sept. 10, 1940 --- Completed his circle of life Sept. 11, 2004. RIP
This knife is marked Winchester # 4991 It has a blade, can opener, screwdriver and an awl or punch. Also the hanger at the end. It measures 3.5 in. long plus the hanger. Information may be found in the Knife Collectores Guide by Roy Ritchie and Rob Stewart 4th edition. on page 780. I don't know a lot about knives, just what I can find in the guide books. E-mail questions and I will do my best to be helpful.
A great vintage partial page original magazine ad. Ad measures approximately: 3 x 8 . Condition: EXCELLENT. R4223 depicted: especially designed for carpenters and skilled mechanics. Certificate of Authenticity is provided. - knives ads memorabilia -
A great vintage 2 page from a super 1929 Johnson-Smith Catalog. The catalog was damaged so we have separated the topical pages. Each page measures approximately: 4 3/4 x 7 1/4 . Condition: VG/EXC. No brands given. This is printed on a pale pink paper although our images are in black & white.
A great vintage partial page original magazine ad. Ad measures approximately: 3 x 8 . Condition: EXCELLENT. R4223 depicted: especially designed for carpenters and skilled mechanics. - knives ads memorabilia -
A great vintage partial page original magazine ad. Ad measures approximately: 3 x 8 . Condition: EXCELLENT. Depicted: R6393 Heavy Sabreclip Blade, curved pen blade and scribing blade with stag handle. - knives ads memorabilia -