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Baykeeper wrote:I have a few various Colonials, mostly camp knives, but recently ran into a three-fer at a local thrift store. Found these three all together, but each in a different handle version, and the black one has an interesting sabre grind on the master blade, (possibly stainless?). There was a Queen Trapper with them and I offered the guy $20 out the door for the four knives, and sure enough came home with them. These are as found, I haven't ran them through a spa treatment yet, but I was just tickled to find three of the same model at the same time.
So, here they are, if you have one, (or many), please feel free to post photos here.
I have sold several of those. Condition is all over the place, so many have corroded and hurt the value. It’s unusual to find 3 in such really good condition. These are nice knives. Have you ever used one to descale and filet fish w/ one? I have wondered if the blade was too long or too short for most fish? The reason I ask, is that blade has always struck me as too long for pan fish. Pan fish are the only fish I descale, so I never kept any of the ones I have had.
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