The Challenge Cutlery Co of Bridgeport, Connecticut made pocket knives from around 1891 to 1928. Originally a trademark of a company from Sheffield, it was purchased by Frederick Weibusch & Co in New York (died 1893). Soon after the company adopted the trademark. Challenge made wonderful quality pocket knives known for its dimpled jigged bone handles. The company closed in 1928 with the death of its owner, Charles Weibusch. Eventually, the assets of the company would be purchased by George Schrade and the eventually became the Schrade Cutlery Company. Check out some additional knives on the auction and buy it now pages.
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