Great Eastern Cutlery (GEC) was founded in 2006 and have been producing traditional, classic pocket knives ever since. Made in Titusville, PA, they painstakingly create knives of a bygone era by using high quality materials. GEC knives feature traditional handle materials such as jigged bone, stag, mother of pearl and colorful acrylics.
Great Eastern Cutlery currently produce three lines: Tidioute Cultery, Northfield UN-X-LD and Great Eastern Cutlery knives. They also produce knives for the popular Northwoods Knives as well. Some of the coolest and most desirable patterns are produced for collectors such as sunfish, eureka jacks, whittlers, moose and coke bottle folding hunters. Specifically, the Yankee Barlow 77, Viper 47, Grinling Whittler 38 and the Whaler 46 are examples of very collectible patterns. GEC leads the way in traditional pocket knives today! Here is a handy link to understand Great Eastern Cutlery Co Pocket Knives Tang Number Chart.
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