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    Username Post: AG Pearl Beauty        (Topic#942232)
    kbear
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    01-23-15 09:33.03 - Post#2623970    







    I just picked up this older AG pearl lock back 3.25" closed. Very fine pocket knife with only a very small buff mark on the bolster from sitting in a display case. Looks to have never been used. I really like this one but don't have any information on it like when it was made and type of steel and what it sold for new etc.
    Thought I would share the eye candy. Thanks

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    sceva
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    01-27-15 14:51.36 - Post#2624224    


        In response to kbear

    Called a 20th Century Barlow or CM-10 if you want to search. Steel is AUS-8 I believe; I have one in both Stag and white micarta scales; they also came with jigged bone, smooth bone, wood, pearl,black lip pearl scales and all stainless. Not sure of time frame as I got mine aftermarket.

    They are a great carry knife and look great. Your's is very nice.
     
    kbear
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    01-28-15 11:51.45 - Post#2624316    


        In response to sceva

    Sceva, cant tell you how much I appreciate the information. I really like this knife, perfect pocket size. I will be on the look out to buy more of these. Many Thanks, Kbear.
     
    sceva
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    01-28-15 15:39.54 - Post#2624325    


        In response to kbear







    These started as a KCC (Knife Collectors Club) knife with Cattaraugus markings,jigged brown bone scales and a CM-10 model marking. Mr Russell owned the Cattaraugus trademark then. Afterword, he brought them out with the AG Russell marking as the 20th Century Barlow with the other scale materials. I believe AG Russell's model number was 110. They show up on the popular on line auction site at times and there are a couple there now with Cocabola wood scales. There may also be one or two KCC Cattaraugus one listed. Search for AG Russell or Cattaraugus.

    Here are photos of my White Micarta one. I also have one I carry thet is stag and I had a nice smooth brown bone one that I let a co-worker have

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