These old Pocket Knives, Pacific Hardware & Steel (San Francisco CA firm) are said to have been made by Napanoch. 1901-1918. Very powerfully built. Like most everyone I have had, very well used, worn, tarnished, sharpened substantially. The carbon steel blades have 1/2 stops and strong snap (except for the pen blade, which is stiff). Note the pattern #, and "oil the joints" stamping. The worm groove bone handles are absolutely handsome, have a little edge wear, one small chip, I don't see any cracks. Held w/ steel pins. Nickel silver bolsters and a big bowtie shield. Brass inside. Equal ended, measures 3 5/8" closed. Nice to have this example of American Cutlery History! T is No Reserve. Shipping: 6.00 Priority Mail, includes tracking, anyw in the US. >More knives listed. I gladly combine shipping, saves you $ costs.
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