c. 1900 Electric Cutlery Co Newark, NJ pocket knife
Knife measures 3 3/8″ closed. Both blades are marked and have great snap. Nickel silver bolsters and federal shield. Wood handle has a small split on front end pin and blades have pitting. Great looking old knife!
Knife measures 4 7/8" closed. Tang marked Klein Tools Inc. Japan, pattern number 44137 on reverse. Wooden handle is great shape. Blade has good snap and lock works great. Leather sheath is a bit dry and torn where the snap is located (see pic). Still complete. Wonderful knife!
4 1/4" closed. Beautiful heirloom quality. Factory stress crack on the beautiful burnt stag handles, well matched on both sides. A couple couple of tarnish marks on top of blades (as seen in pictures). Blades are tight and have snap. Includes original tube and wrapping paper. Get this one while it lasts!
Pattern number 34225 appears on the back of the blade. Knife measures 2 1/4" closed. Original nickel silver bail. A couple of slight dings / pin hairlines that do not detract much from the beautiful pearl handles. Both blades do not have snap. Great little knife!
Made in Gladstone, MI c. 1905-1910. Stag scales and butt are beautiful and solid. Note the all black spacers; this is not seen very often. Blade is super beefy and measures 5 7/8" long while the knife measures 10 1/4" overall. Blade has grind marks as seen in pictures. Leather sheath is probably not original but is old and looks great with this knife.