Great looking old WWII Engineer's knife measuring 3 5/8" closed. Jigged Bone handles are a beautiful color, in great shape (tiny 1/4" hairline on bottom front scale, front - see pic). Blades have snap and some tarnish and rust. I have not messed with the knife at all. Original bail and shield stamped, USA. No brass used as this was a controlled commodity during the war. Instead, all steel construction for liners and pins. Very cool piece of history.
c. 1900 Maher & Grosh whittler with nice yellow striped celluloid handles. Measures 3 1/4" closed. Features nickle silver bolsters, bar shield and brass liners. Handles and blades are in nice shape. All three blades have snap and half stops. Master blade is very thick and has a long pull. Great old knife! Get it while you can!
Nice boys knife marked IKCO USA (Imperial Knife Co). Blade has some tarnish but overall in nice shape. Does not appear to have been sharpened. Great snap! Hollow metal bolsters and painted metal handles. Original Bail. Three inches closed.
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!