Big Book of Pocket Knives: Identification & Values

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Collector Books, 2000 - Antiques & Collectibles - 341 pages
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Big Book of Pocket Knives enables collectors to examine knife and cutlery products from more than 20 cutlery companies. Hundreds of illustrations are included. Companies and brands represented include Belknap, Case, Winchester, Remington, Robeson, Northfield, Imperial, John Primble, Russell, Shapleigh Diamond Edge, Schrade, and Marble. A brief history is included for most of the companies. Readers are offered a grasp of the direction the company was headed, what its market targets were, and the variety of its product designs. 2000 values.

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User Review  - amyusa -

I purchased this book for my husband who collects mostly Case knives. The illustrations in the book are good but not a good guide if you collect mostly Case. He does have about 20 other knives that the book was helpful on. Read full review



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Ron Stewart is a noted expert on knives, and provides certified appraisals of knives and collections, as well as assists insurance companies with appraisals and adjustment evaluations. He and co-author Roy Ritchie published one of the earliest manuals for collectors, the Kentucky Knife Traders Manual. They went on to publish the bestselling Standard Knife Collector's Guide, then others like Big Book of Pocket Knives, Cattaraugus Cutlery Company, and Standard Guide to Razors.

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