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    Username Post: An old one....I.D. please?        (Topic#921275)
    03-27-12 05:22.19 - Post#2455936    

    Found this knife and can't imagine what this blade was designed to do...

    Seems to be in great shape for it's age. I looked up the number somewhere awhile back and it was from the early 20th century (as I recall), But I'm old... but not this old.

    Thanks for any enlightenment.



    Master Member KnifeNut!
    03-27-12 05:54.11 - Post#2455939    

        In response to airfoil

    That's a hawk bill pruner. The point has been rounded off from use.
    This blade shape is used for pruning plants and is frequently used as a linoleum knife.
    It is currently back in production.

    03-27-12 06:09.53 - Post#2455940    

        In response to PWork

    Ahh...makes sense now...The "pointy end" has been worn off from use. A linoleum knife would be what it was used for, as I found it on the floor of a empty apartment. I'll wager the floor installers left it. I'll see if someone claims it.

    Master Member KnifeNut!
    05-21-12 07:13.57 - Post#2471725    

        In response to airfoil


    May be newer but I can not see under the Case XX stamp.


    Edited by Fox1011 on 05-21-12 07:14.23. Reason for edit: No reason given.

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