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stagman wrote:Being such an expert gunsil..you should know but "failed" to say in your
post that in 1920 they made the handle longer and the blade shorter..
handle was made at 4 1/2" and blade went down to 4 1/4"
the later model being 3/4" longer than the 1st models
And I said "nothing" of Mike Stewart getting "original" Canoe blades
just that he bought some old blades before they went out of business
and made these knives at Bark River as a tribute to the pattern
So do not try to twist my words gunsil, the print in the post does not lie !!!
I have 3 different price lists about worth of old Marble's knives
and all 3 rate a 1st model Canoe, not mint, just excellent condition at $4000.00 bucks
I saw 2 in person at a big Marble's auction in Michigan both reach the $5000.00 dollar price level
Both did have the old tube sheaths with them tho
I am just showing what I think is a nice knife with historical presence for members to have a look at
Every time I post something, you got something spite full to say
Thats "NOT" what AAPK is all about, in case you have not noticed !!!
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