Landers, Frary & Clark

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Landers, Frary & Clark

Postby FRJ » Sun Nov 19, 2017 1:37 am

Here are two utility/sandwitch/cut anything knives from Landers, Frary & Clark.

They have different stamps that I can't date. Eight inch blades.

I got the smooth bone knife recently. It sure fits nicely with its Ebony handled brethren.

Thanks for looking.
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Re: Landers, Frary & Clark

Postby americanedgetech » Sun Nov 19, 2017 2:13 am

BestGear (Cosgrove Cutlery) seems to have a fair amount of knowledge, and data to draw from in dating these.
Maybe he'll chime in or you could PM him.

I am actually surprised that a stamp chart has not been established for them because there is a LOT of info available. ::shrug::
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Re: Landers, Frary & Clark

Postby XX Case XX » Sun Nov 19, 2017 5:26 pm

Very nice knives. They go together well. ::tu::

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Re: Landers, Frary & Clark

Postby FRJ » Sat Jan 26, 2019 10:03 pm

Thanks for the comments.
I guess I posted this and never looked back.

Here is a nice knife and fork set from Landers Frary and Clark, Aetna Works.

Thanks for looking.
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Re: Landers, Frary & Clark

Postby wlf » Sun Jan 27, 2019 2:40 pm

They made a lot of household and kitchen items.
Nice kitchenware Joe.
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Re: Landers, Frary & Clark

Postby FRJ » Tue Aug 06, 2019 12:28 am

Here are four butter knives by Landers Frary & Clark.
You won't often see that elegant pointed end.

Thanks for looking.
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Re: Landers, Frary & Clark

Postby knife7knut » Thu Aug 08, 2019 2:14 am

How about a L,F,&C. "rotary knife"? And a stag handled carving set.
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Re: Landers, Frary & Clark

Postby FRJ » Thu Aug 08, 2019 2:19 am

I love that rotary knife, but I'd hate to sharpen it. :mrgreen:
And that carving set is really special. ::tu::

Thanks Ray.
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Re: Landers, Frary & Clark

Postby knife7knut » Sat Aug 10, 2019 3:24 am

FRJ wrote:I love that rotary knife, but I'd hate to sharpen it. :mrgreen:
And that carving set is really special. ::tu::

Thanks Ray.

You are quite welcome. I just saw another one for sale the other day for $8 which is $2 more than I paid for mine.The carving set I still use for the holidays.
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