Stag scales??

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Stag scales??

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Seems like you don't see many Stag handled vintage knives. Did they not make as many or was it not a popular handle material? Was it not available? Just curious.
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I think just the opposite, particularly production from Europe.
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Vintage Italian stilettos were almost exclusively made with cow horn.
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Post by JimBrown257 »

The vintage knives did have mostly horn but there were quite a few of them made with stag. Check out the old turn of two centuries ago German and American autos (not the common small bo/c ones but the more hefty ones). Those ones almost always had stag.
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