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- Wed Dec 23, 2020 12:34 am
- Forum: Blade pictures
- Topic: 8’ Inox D stamped bo/bc “Swallow Wings/Derby” bolsters 2 piece spring wasp dark horn
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Really nice Picklocksrock! What's stamped on the rear tang? Patent over No. 460 ? BTW: one of your photos makes it look like it's a left handed knife
- Wed Dec 23, 2020 12:22 am
- Forum: Switchblade knives
- Topic: Since Latama's are the subject of the week.
- Replies: 26
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Beautiful collection of fine Latama Allen! Haven't you guys ever heard of the "Latama Limit"? I think you're only allowed to have so many! lol!
Wow! Really great looking rare knives! I love the stag inlay. So, one would slide the puller out and grab the shell with the spring tensioned "tweezer type" tool? That IS a great idea!
Chris, sorry for being ambiguous. The 14 cm refers to the large (10 in. open) model, not those posted in this thread. Yes, the Liliput Springer stamp remained after the fall of the wall and the deletion of the "W". As you can see, mine has the post Sept. 2003 tubby blade. Jim Thanks for the size cl...
Thanks to all for the kind responses! Jeff, I've had plenty of buyer's remorse, but I hold on to so much due to the fear of seller's remorse. Bill, "Bare Head"- no bottom bolster. Makes much more sense than Bear's Head. I couldn't figure how anyone saw a Bear's Head on there lol. Though I have seen ...
Here's a pair of tiny Hubertus measuring in at a whopping 5.75" (I'm not sure if that's referred to as an 8cm or 8.5cm model?). Being new at the German collecting attempts, I have to rely on descriptions supplied by sellers: I acquired the Liliput model as a 1960's with factory filework and the "Bea...