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    Username Post: My collection so far        (Topic#925562)
    poolshark
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    08-27-12 14:21.20 - Post#2494159    





    These are the slip-joints I have to date. More coming soon I hope.

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    Raymo
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    08-30-12 13:33.10 - Post#2494780    


        In response to poolshark

    Some nice knives there. Tell us about some of them.
     
    poolshark
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    09-02-12 06:43.15 - Post#2495310    


        In response to Raymo

    Well, lets see. The light brown jigged bone up at the top is by PJ Tomes. The ironwood wharncliffe in the center is TA Davison. Upper right is a Giraffe bone handled knife by Bob Hamm. The two under the lighter...I forget the maker but it was my great grand uncle's knife. A novelty sort of knife from the early 1900's with his name on a piece of paper and a shamrock under the scales (I think the celluloid is starting to go) The one next to that is a bicentennial knife by the Ajax knife co.

    BRKCA Mike243


     
    wstwood
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    10-08-12 06:34.45 - Post#2501839    


        In response to poolshark

    You will want to isolate the celuloid knife while it gasses off. it can mess up the other knives in your collection!

    Edited by wstwood on 10-08-12 06:35.32. Reason for edit: No reason given.
     


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