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Re: Taiwan Pocket Knives.

Post by New_Windsor_NY »

New_Windsor_NY wrote: Wed May 24, 2023 5:30 pm This Statue Of Liberty anniversary pocket knife arrived in a very large group or lot of pocket knives that I bought. I did NOT buy the group or lot of pocket knives to obtain this particular pocket knife. It now becomes the latest example to be posted under this topic or thread. It is a TAIWAN, one blade, two tang stamps, a blade etch, 4 1/4" closed, lockback, pocket knife. The main blade etch says "1886 - 1986" with an image of the torch between the dates. The main blade front tang stamp says "857692" The main blade back tang stamp says "STAINLESS (over) TAIWAN" The main handle side has a Statue Of Liberty scale and also has the 1886 - 1986 dates on it. The scale on the other handle side is missing. Still, it is in EXCELLENT condition. It needed no cleaning at all. I just wiped it off. I took some pictures and here it is.
Caption(s), if any, are on the BOTTOM of the corresponding picture(s).
Click on a picture to ENLARGE.
tnorton wrote: Fri Apr 12, 2024 2:00 am I may have the other scale - funny it was in some of my fathers things and for some reason i kept it - no knife
New_Windsor_NY wrote: Fri Apr 12, 2024 11:38 pm It does look like it would fit. I looked at the same knives on eBay and there are MANY.
They are definitely NOT expensive knives. But, it would be nice to have both scales.
tnorton wrote: Sat Apr 13, 2024 1:46 am i will send it to you message me with address - Clint
A very special THANK YOU goes out to tnorton for sending me the missing scale for this pocket knife. ::tu:: ::tu::
Now, one Statue Of Liberty is gold tone and the other Statue Of Liberty is silver tone. This does NOT bother me.
So.....THANK YOU, tnorton!!🍻 ::handshake::
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