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peanut740 wrote:bladebuddy wrote:Here is a tang stamp I've not seen before.
& sons NY
I think it is a moose pattern with smooth bone handles and steel liners and bolsters. Clip side bolster is larger than the Spey side. 4 1/4" long closed. Still snaps like a gator. Anybody else have one or information about the company? I think they made scales for weighing but not sure what else. Thanks Steve B.
PS. Sorry for the fuzzy pictures. Gotta get a real camera.
Your knife was made by Phoenix Knife Co. Chatillon owned it until it burned down in 1917.I have had that pattern marked like yours and Phoenix.Great pattern.
FRJ wrote:This knife has no tang stamps. The only mention of the maker is stamped on the main blade. 3 1/2" closed.
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