Dual-Bladed Pocket Knife of Unknown Origin

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Dual-Bladed Pocket Knife of Unknown Origin

Post by barshoo » Mon Nov 12, 2018 11:09 pm

This is an old, yet extremely well built Dual-Bladed Pocket Knife. Closed it measures 4" and open measures 7 1/4". It weighs 4oz. The blades are SS; one is clip point (front), the other drop point. The blades open with a nail nick, and care must be taken to have fingers out of the way when closing them! I'm guessing that the scales are Stag, and there are a couple bug bites on the rear scales. Also, there is a crack on the rear scale that runs from the top pin to top of scale. Bolsters, liners, and pins are solid Brass, and the pins are flush with the scales. $25/shipped. PM me if interested.

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Re: Late 1940's Vintage Dual Bladed Pocket Knife

Post by barshoo » Tue Nov 13, 2018 5:49 am

Hey you guys!! I DON"T trust the information that I was given about this knife (The AGE), and I have no idea where this knife from! I KNOW that everything else I said about this knife IS TRUE. But, there is not $350 worth of truth here, so I am not going to risk my reputation on this knife! I am selling it because I don't collect old, vintage stuff. I am a thoroughly modern girl when it comes to knives!

This is one hefty little pocket knife with sharp blades, and looks cool to a vintage collector, I think! I'm not gonna take anyone for a ride on this one. I'll be happy with $25/shipped.
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Re: Dual-Bladed Pocket Knife of Unknown Origin

Post by Tom19176 » Tue Nov 13, 2018 10:45 am

It appears to be a Parker from the 80s. Bone handle with the "burnt stag" effect used to make it appear like something other than bone....

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Re: Dual-Bladed Pocket Knife of Unknown Origin

Post by barshoo » Tue Nov 13, 2018 5:58 pm

Thank you Tom!! Not exactly "vintage", is it? I would not be surprised if my asking $25 for it is too much! :shock:
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Re: Dual-Bladed Pocket Knife of Unknown Origin

Post by sammy the blade » Tue Nov 13, 2018 7:46 pm

Maybe, you can get a Ganzo automatic for that but I don't think your price for that knife is out of line.

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Re: Dual-Bladed Pocket Knife of Unknown Origin

Post by barshoo » Tue Nov 13, 2018 8:23 pm

Thank you Sammy! I believe that it IS worth it, especially because of how well made it is! It's not much to LOOK at, but it is very sturdy... :D
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