By Steve Pfeiffer
An American Icon!
W.R. Case & Sons' commitment to top of the range and craftsmanship has made the company's pocket knives adored possessions handed down via generations, and the main respected and largely amassed on the planet for greater than a century.
The merely full-color expense advisor committed exclusively to Case pocket knives, this e-book good points approximately 1,000 images, present values for 1000s of pocket knives from 1920 to this present day, and specified information regarding equipment for growing knives, quirks of the trend numbering structures, tang stamps, forms of blade steels, and knife shields.
You'll additionally enjoy:
- Identifying and pricing information for pocket knives so much prized through creditors, together with development 20 Peanut, hugely renowned fifty four development Trapper, trend seventy two Bulldog and Buffalo, and trend ninety seven Shark Tooth
- A exhibit of the differing kinds of common and artificial deal with fabrics used to create Case knives, together with bone, Delrin, steel, pearl and imitation pearl, stag, and wood
- A new component of 12 Case glossy knife styles, together with the Mid-Folding Hunter and Sway again, in addition to a few collaborations with famed knifemaker Tony Bose
- A new part on bolsters
- Vintage catalog pages and different items
Whether a utilitarian instrument for use or an instance of caliber and craftsmanship passed down as relatives heirlooms, this traditionally wealthy consultant exhibits why Case continues to be the most well-liked model between knife collectors.
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Yellow celluloid handles will sometimes exhibit a “white liner”; that is, at the edge of the handle where it meets the liner there will be a distinct layer of white. The appearance is such that it looks like the bright yellow outer handle material layer was deposited on a sheet of white substrate material However, depending upon how the handle was molded and attached to the liner, the “white liner” will not always be visible (see the accompanying photos). As many knife collectors are aware, this older celluloid material has a tendency to rapidly decompose if stored improperly and many knives will be found with the handles either “crazed” with cracks or partially or completely disintegrated, even on a knife that does not exhibit much use or abuse.
This will only be a temporary change. We will advise you when the changeover becomes permanent, but to date, the test runs have produced quantities of the following patterns (See Below). 6208 SS 6347 1/2 SS 6318 Sh Sp SSP 61048 SS 6225 1/2 SS 62048 Sp SS 62033 SS 6254 SSP 63033 SS 06263 SSP 52033 SS M279 SS 62042 SS 22087 SS 6244 SS 62087 SS 6344 Sh Pen SS 63087 Sp Pen SS 6347 Sh Sp SSP The shoulderless grind of the test run patterns will be different from the ﬁnalized version when the modiﬁcation is complete.
The examples just listed are from the Case Tested era. More modern examples of some “double zero” pattern knives include the 620035 and 620035 1/2 jack patterns (variations of the 6235 and the 6235 1/2) and the 640045 R (variation of the 6445 R). These knives were designed and built less expensively so that they could be priced at lower price points as compared to the “standard” Case pocket knife patterns that were similar. A f ew C a s e p o c k et k n i f e p a t ter n s n ever h a d p a tter n nu m b er s bu t w ere i n s t ea d a s s i g n ed n a m es .