I have seen that 2006 special (in pictures) before. Awesome collectible! I have one of the Moore Handley Centennial scrim knives he did in 1982. One of my favorite Schrade knives too because of the Giorgianni legacy.orvet wrote: I share your feelings towards the scrimshaw series. Giorgianni's artwork is incredible. I was fortunate enough to be able to get an original piece of his artwork. It was the result of an early attempt by a group of Schrade collectors on Blade Forums in 2006. There were only 25 knives made and they were hand scrims by Frank Giorgianni Sr. His son said that because of his ill health they were probably the last knives that his dad would ever scrim. Frank also etched the blades.
Rather than post the knife again, here's the link to where it is posted on AAPK: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=11928&p=99435&hilit ... haw#p99435
lrv (Larry) collector site is an indespensible resource for Schrade collectors. A lot of questions find answers there and it's still growing. Bookmark that link!blade_1971 wrote:Yes, that's the set I have. That is a way better picture of it than I have. I will save it for reference.