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    Quote Originally Posted by Gone2Three View Post
    Larry my friend, looks like you've got a vintage U.S. WWII RH Pal 36 Fighting Knife there buddy...

    Here's a link to some info: https://www.ima-usa.com/products/ori...nt=38445106757
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    Definitely one to hang onto Larry!!!
    Who knew? Well you did Randall and thanks very much for the link. Mine is pitted some from being in the sheath I guess for so many years. I tried to buff some of it up but sounds like that might be some of the Parkerization so probably didn't help what ever value it had but that's not why I had it anyway. It did it's job on one deer.

    I couldn't hack the taste of that long legged rat so never went after anymore. Rabbits and pheasant is more to my taste so mine saw a lot of blood which most likely got in the sheath as well. Interesting that the one in the link as a hole near the point as mine does not. Seems like a smart thing to have added to my way of thinking.

    And no, there's no way I was going to sell it anyway. I was just curious if anyone knew anything and BINGO, Randall came to the rescue. Again, thank you very much for the info. Probably shouldn't have buffed it up but had to to read the maker. Done now so oh well. Maybe when all my stuff is sold off after I'm dead, someone can make some money off it as I sure won't. I though I found it a garage sale but maybe it was my dad's, I just don't remember. This getting old is not easy. I forget things if I go to sleep now. Oh well.
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    It came today, this thing is kewl. Really sharp.

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    Well, seeing that I've been home bound for the last few days I took advantage of my free time to clean and oil my newest additions.

    2 different Queen knives and one old Schrade

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    Randall, I sent you something on the Queen knives. Looks like the one with a blade on each end is around 1958-60. Let me know if I'm close.

    I need to get off my butt and take some pix of the other knives I got from "the collection".
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    Quote Originally Posted by BillR View Post
    Randall, I sent you something on the Queen knives. Looks like the one with a blade on each end is around 1958-60. Let me know if I'm close.

    I need to get off my butt and take some pix of the other knives I got from "the collection".
    Got it! thanks Bill, yep you are correct on that 20200327_222006.jpg

    I was drawn to the color and look of the bone it's very hard to find and I was lucky to get it.

    The other is the one was the produced afterwards and most associated by the Winterbottom name.

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    This I was told it dated late 60's early 70's as there is only the blade etching and no tang stamp. The gentleman that sold me this one also sold me a 3 blade version but it hasn't arrived just yet...I will post when it does.

    Went and pulled a picture of the tang stamp for it from his email 20200327_232439.jpg

    "Small Q" 1971 transition stamp

    Said both purchased around the same period
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    I've been really, really, really bad these last few days
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gone2Three View Post
    I've been really, really, really bad these last few days
    I hope you're not going to stop there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BillR View Post
    I hope you're not going to stop there.
    Let me put it this way...

    now that we're quarantined to the house it's going to be a lot harder for someone not to notice all these little padded envelopes getting ready to start rolling in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gone2Three View Post
    Let me put it this way...

    now that we're quarantined to the house it's going to be a lot harder for someone not to notice all these little padded envelopes getting ready to start rolling in.
    You'll be getting the dreaded stink-eye!
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    Quote Originally Posted by consitter View Post
    You'll be getting the dreaded stink-eye!
    Oh heck yeah I am...
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