The buck creek knives were made by Kaufmann and sohne up until they were bought my taylor cutlery I think in the late 80's early 90's. They had a very limited range of patterns. So far I have recorded few patterns compared to most cutlery manufacturers.
4 different styles of congress (both 2 and 4 blade)
5 different styles of stockman (including the two of the indian head variation before Clarence Risner got ahold of the trademark)
small barehead lockback
The stockmen included: diamondback, little diamondback, premium stock, large indian head, small indian head
The congress included: slim 4 blade, slim 2 blade, large 4 blade (bobcat) large 2 blade (cobra)
They used a lot of snakes in thier etches, thier whittler had a snake etch, as did thier small lockback.
they used a wide variety of handle materials, mostly various celluloids but later knives also had jigged bone and stag handles. A few earlier knives had ebony handles as well.
hope this is of some interest/help