Old Cattle Knives

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Re: Old Cattle Knives

Postby Steve Warden » Wed May 15, 2019 11:31 pm

I'm drooling over here, Paul.

Just so ya know :wink:
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Re: Old Cattle Knives

Postby Colonel26 » Thu May 16, 2019 3:24 am

treefarmer wrote:Wade, that one looks like it is all there! Love these HOKs. ::tu::
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Re: Old Cattle Knives

Postby Campbellclanman » Sun May 19, 2019 8:46 am

Beautiful Knives shown on here Gents... ::tu::

Here is a real nice Ulster ( Schrade Built ) Cattle Knife, I absolutely fall head over heals for Schrade's Peach-Seed.....

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Nice Trio of Rogers "Stag", Imperial - ( these are wonderfully made Knives ) also a very nice Ulster as well......

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Please forgive the poor quality photos this lot was taken indoors on a Rainy Day ::doh:: You will also see traces of Renaissance Wax Streaks still as well :oops:

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Re: Old Cattle Knives

Postby Steve Warden » Sun May 19, 2019 10:59 am

Campbellclanman wrote:Beautiful Knives shown on here Gents... ::tu::

Here is a real nice Ulster ( Schrade Built ) Cattle Knife, I absolutely fall head over heals for Schrade's Peach-Seed.....

IMG_2873 (1).jpg

IMG_2874 (1).jpg

IMG_2875 (1).jpg



Nice Trio of Rogers "Stag", Imperial - ( these are wonderfully made Knives ) also a very nice Ulster as well......

IMG_2877 (1).jpg

IMG_2878 (1).jpg

Please forgive the poor quality photos this lot was taken indoors on a Rainy Day ::doh:: You will also see traces of Renaissance Wax Streaks still as well :oops:

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IMG_2881 (1).jpg

Sah-weeeet!!! ::woot::
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Re: Old Cattle Knives

Postby JohnR » Tue May 21, 2019 12:07 pm

Great bunch of knives Duncan!

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Re: Old Cattle Knives

Postby peanut740 » Wed May 22, 2019 1:42 am

Unused Maher & Grosh,etched"Clipper".
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Re: Old Cattle Knives

Postby KnifeSlinger#81 » Wed May 22, 2019 2:08 am

Very nice Roger. Do you know who made that one?
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Always looking for excellent to mint condition schrade cut co and walden knives. I really like stockman and cattle patterns.

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Re: Old Cattle Knives

Postby peanut740 » Wed May 22, 2019 2:56 am

Not sure Paul.
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Re: Old Cattle Knives

Postby FRJ » Wed May 22, 2019 4:58 am

A very nice knife there, Roger.
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Re: Old Cattle Knives

Postby JAMESC41001 » Wed May 22, 2019 11:09 am

Nice Rodger. Like the etch on that.

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Re: Old Cattle Knives

Postby carrmillus » Wed May 22, 2019 4:48 pm

Campbellclanman wrote:Beautiful Knives shown on here Gents... ::tu::

Here is a real nice Ulster ( Schrade Built ) Cattle Knife, I absolutely fall head over heals for Schrade's Peach-Seed.....

IMG_2873 (1).jpg

IMG_2874 (1).jpg

IMG_2875 (1).jpg



Nice Trio of Rogers "Stag", Imperial - ( these are wonderfully made Knives ) also a very nice Ulster as well......

IMG_2877 (1).jpg

IMG_2878 (1).jpg

Please forgive the poor quality photos this lot was taken indoors on a Rainy Day ::doh:: You will also see traces of Renaissance Wax Streaks still as well :oops:

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...you can't beat the old rogers bone!!!!......... ::tu:: ::tu:: ::tu:: ................

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Re: Old Cattle Knives

Postby Campbellclanman » Wed May 22, 2019 7:50 pm

Thanks folks for the kind comments- Yeah that Rogers Stag Bone is pretty nice alright- and confuding as there are so many variables within the Rogers Stag ::shrug::
I have quite a few Ol' Cattles but for the next few weeks wont be able to load pics I am sorry.

Roger Thats a stunning Cattle Knife Sir- would like to look into that to see who made it! ::undecided::

Have a great day, heres nothing special, but imo very kind on the eyes...


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Re: Old Cattle Knives

Postby LongBlade » Thu May 23, 2019 1:11 am

Beauty Roger - ::tu:: ::tu::

Duncan - Great group of cattle knives in your posts on this page above ::tu:: ::tu:: ... Sweet examples and nice bone indeed by the name of Rogers :D ...
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Re: Old Cattle Knives

Postby KnifeSlinger#81 » Thu May 23, 2019 1:15 am

Campbellclanman wrote:Have a great day, heres nothing special, but imo very kind on the eyes...


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That's a dandy if you ask me Duncan.

I have one of those that I like to carry but it has the shrinky dink plastic handles.
-Paul T.

Always looking for excellent to mint condition schrade cut co and walden knives. I really like stockman and cattle patterns.

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Re: Old Cattle Knives

Postby Campbellclanman » Thu May 23, 2019 7:06 am

Thank you guys for the kind comments. ::tu::


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