K7Knut - nice additions - that Empire is indeed awesome!!
(and that H&B equal end jack got my attention too
Steve - nice Case additions!! and no doubt one company that made that blade style over many years from my understanding...
Dan - that is a super nice Wostenholm - a whittler with stag
and the swedge is sooo nice
... thats one beauty!!
KJ - agree with you on the artistic flare which no doubt gives those knives curb appeal - and that Chamblin is gorgeous - what is the closed length? That blade no doubt has that nice extra heavy look as well...
Dimitri - Thanks
no doubt thats my experience - I'm not seeing many early or mid 1800s versions from Sheffield at all (and not many but a few examples of pre-1900 American cutleries) at least through the internet... Thanks for posting that illustration of really old Sheffield Wharncliffes - if I did find any of those on the hunt (& especially the 2 and 3 blade pens towards the right side ) I think they may have to jump start my heart
Charlie - Robeson made some super Wharncliffes - nice knives
... thanks for posting those great Robeson examples!!
TJ - Probably the most unique Wharncliffe one would find in the whole history of that blade style
- Cool !!!
Thanks - keep 'em coming if you have them...