French made knives good and "not so good"....

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Re: French made knives good and "not so good"....

Post by knife7knut » Thu Mar 11, 2021 6:58 am

Nice ones! Thanks for posting them. Here is a Sabatier I dug out of one of my old sign kits. Used to use it for cutting patterns in cardboard. Cleaned it up and brought it into the kitchen to use. My wife loves it for trimming Brussels sprouts.
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Re: French made knives good and "not so good"....

Post by jmh58 » Thu Mar 11, 2021 3:38 pm

knife7knut wrote:
Thu Mar 11, 2021 6:58 am
Nice ones! Thanks for posting them. Here is a Sabatier I dug out of one of my old sign kits. Used to use it for cutting patterns in cardboard. Cleaned it up and brought it into the kitchen to use. My wife loves it for trimming Brussels sprouts.
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Re: French made knives good and "not so good"....

Post by knife7knut » Thu Mar 11, 2021 6:56 pm

jmh58 wrote:
Thu Mar 11, 2021 3:38 pm
knife7knut wrote:
Thu Mar 11, 2021 6:58 am
Nice ones! Thanks for posting them. Here is a Sabatier I dug out of one of my old sign kits. Used to use it for cutting patterns in cardboard. Cleaned it up and brought it into the kitchen to use. My wife loves it for trimming Brussels sprouts.
Thanks for the kind words John. I enjoy posting knives as much as I do looking at all the wonderful posts of others;present company included. ::tu::

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Re: French made knives good and "not so good"....

Post by New_Windsor_NY » Fri Jun 18, 2021 10:10 pm

This is one pocket knife out of a group of five pocket knives that I bought. This was NOT the knife that I bought the lot for. This is a MADE IN FRANCE, 3 1/2" closed, 2 blade pocket knife. It has a corkscrew and main blade etch. The blade etch reads Bijoulux - INOX. The tang stamp reads MADE IN - FRANCE. It's in GREAT condition. I gave it a quick, general cleaning. I took some pictures and here it is.
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Re: French made knives good and "not so good"....

Post by New_Windsor_NY » Sat Jun 19, 2021 11:11 pm

This pocket knife arrived very recently. It is one pocket knife out of a group of five pocket knives that I bought. This was NOT the knife that I bought the lot for. This is a 3 1/8" closed, 2 blade pocket knife. It doesn't say where it is made. The tang stamp is the number 92 in a semi circle(?). The business that is advertised on the knife is, "GUSTAVE DEGERMANN - BARR (BAS-RHIN)." The other side says, "MANUFACTURE DE CUIR." Google says (my edit), Tannery Gustave DEGERMANN S.A. - Leather wholesaler in Barr, Bas-Rhin, France. So, at least something about this pocket knife is French related. It's in GREAT condition. I gave it a quick, general cleaning. I took some pictures and here it is.
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