Lets see those Parker's

The Parker-Frost Cutlery Company, Eagle Brand knives, & The Parker-Edwards Cutlery Company are among the brands that were manufactured under the Parker umbrella. Most Parker knives were imported from Japan, but some of the early Parker-Frost knives were made in the US by Schrade and in England by Rodgers-Wostenholm.
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Re: Lets see those Parker's

Post by bigbore » Tue Sep 05, 2017 8:02 am

A nice Barlow
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Re: Lets see those Parker's

Post by KAW » Tue Sep 12, 2017 12:18 am

Took a bit longer than expected.... but as promised.... Schrade / Parker "Founding Fathers" Bicentennial Series.
5 large stockmans: George Washington [cream], John Adams [blue], Thomas Jefferson [green], Patrick Henry [white], Nathan Hale [red]
....all with blade etch & shield in the iconic Parker eagle. Notice how the blue felt liners did not hold up nearly as well as the red. ::teary_eyes::

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Post by PCwizard » Tue Sep 12, 2017 2:49 am

::tu:: ::tu:: ::tu::
KAW wrote:Took a bit longer than expected.... but as promised.... Schrade / Parker "Founding Fathers" Bicentennial Series.
5 large stockmans: George Washington [cream], John Adams [blue], Thomas Jefferson [green], Patrick Henry [white], Nathan Hale [red]
....all with blade etch & shield in the iconic Parker eagle. Notice how the blue felt liners did not hold up nearly as well as the red. ::teary_eyes::

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Very nice KAW,

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Re: Lets see those Parker's

Post by MUD » Tue Sep 19, 2017 1:01 pm

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A couple of Pillbusters and a Mustang.
My first real knife was a One Arm Pillbuster. It had the smooth bone handles. Got it from my dad shortly before he passed.
Wish I still had that one. Don't know where it went, kids'll be kids. Probably traded it for some Hot Wheels.
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Post by jerryd6818 » Tue Sep 19, 2017 1:33 pm

A Parker Little Pill Buster
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And a Japanese Flying Falcon
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Post by PCwizard » Wed Sep 20, 2017 3:54 pm

jerryd6818 wrote:A Parker Little Pill Buster
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And a Japanese Flying Falcon
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Jerry, I own about 30 Parker's but I've never bought or even held a Frost or Parker/Frost knife. What the quality like in the Frost knives or the Parker/Frost knifes. The Flying Falcon you have there reminds me of a Parker I once had, it was OK quality with good fit and finish. ::tu::

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Post by knife7knut » Fri Sep 22, 2017 9:44 pm

Here are some of mine:
Parker-Imai Gunstock.
Mini Boot knife.
Reproductions of early 19th century folding dirks and bowies.
Large folding hunter.
Benchmade Tak Fukuta collaboration.
Three small lock backs.
Parker-Edwardssurvival knife(1 of 500)with Damascus blade.
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Re: Lets see those Parker's

Post by knife7knut » Fri Sep 22, 2017 9:46 pm

A couple more:
Parker that looks like a Spyderco knockoff
Parker tobacco knife.
2 Parker Edwards lock backs
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Post by Railsplitter » Fri Sep 22, 2017 10:11 pm

I have this knife listed as a Parker National Blade in my files but the tang is just stamped National Blade. I don't know anything about it but it's a neat little knife.
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Re: Lets see those Parker's

Post by MUD » Mon Sep 25, 2017 11:19 am

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Found another Pillbuster, still looking. I know there's a few more somewhere.

Nice Little Pillbuster Marine!!!
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Post by PCwizard » Tue Oct 03, 2017 4:01 pm

Parker Eagle Brand liner lock the box say its model "EAGLE BRAND NO. TF-2946"
I really wish there was a list of all the Parker Model's showing the Model # and Photo.
I have many Parker's with the box, But I don't really know if its the correct box and model #

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Re: Lets see those Parker's

Post by MUD » Sat Oct 07, 2017 12:48 pm

Gotta love MK I copycats.
Had one of these as a kid too. Wish I still had it.
It was beat to death but SHARP. Traded it for a set of Pioneer 6x9s for my Z-28.
Being a teenager in the 80s.
Very nice boot knife there knut!! It'd look alot better over here :D .
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Re: Lets see those Parker's

Post by MUD » Sat Oct 07, 2017 12:51 pm

knife7knut wrote:Here are some of mine:
Parker-Imai Gunstock.
Mini Boot knife.
Reproductions of early 19th century folding dirks and bowies.
Large folding hunter.
Benchmade Tak Fukuta collaboration.
Three small lock backs.
Parker-Edwardssurvival knife(1 of 500)with Damascus blade.

Love those too coffin handle knives!!!
If you ever want to let go of them, let me know.
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Re: Lets see those Parker's

Post by SebronJames » Sat Nov 11, 2017 3:10 am

This Parker Imai K633 was passed down to me when I was very young and unfortunately I am unable to ask the person who passed it down questions about this knife.
I have no knowledge about the knife company or style and would like general or valuable information about the knife.
Through Google I've seen it referred to as a "survival knife", "special ops knife", "1980's", "Parker Bros. knife", and old Ebay auctions valued it at $200.
In my opinion, it's is in "fair" shape at best but I could be wrong. Still has original sharpener but the compass on the bottom has been busted out.
Thanks for starting this blog and providing any information about the knife!
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Re: Lets see those Parker's

Post by americanedgetech » Sat Nov 11, 2017 5:02 am

I'll tell you what.
Mr Parker sure did leave his mark on this earth.
There are so many variations of patterns, countries, partners, and just a general dedication to knives that you rarely ever see.
Some people talk trash about Mr. parkers "style" but you have to give it to the man for bringing SO many different knives to the masses. ::not_worthy::

I have quite a few Parkers but not all photographed yet so I'll post the pictures that I do have.
There is an Eagle eye, Smokey mountain Knife works, a Wildcat, and a Mustang I believe. Sorry for the poor images but I am working on that.
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