Saturday, 12 February 2011

 With side casings in the bac ground
 blurry photo but blade is about 3 inches long


thanks for taking a look

23 comments:

  1. This is really oldschool knife

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  2. This should be cool, cant wait to see the finished product. Id love to hear about your time in the Peace Corps.

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  3. it is a quite an old knife from the casing and the branding i would hasard a guess that it was made in the 50's

    and sure man when i get enough time i will do a few blogs about it :)

    catch you on the flip side

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  4. Nice find! Do you plan on restoring it? Or just leaving it in it's current condition? Cool either way.

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  5. Looks like a nice knife, too bad it is in such bad condition, you should restore it

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  6. i've always wondered on these things. wouldn't the rustiness make it look antique?

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  7. i love knives, show us your progress!

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  8. I can't wait to see what you do with this

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  9. Would really like to see to what degree that knife can be restored. Seems like such an incredibly difficult task. Following to see the results.

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  10. Hey, This is Jack anderson from my blog, resistance art. You commented on my "my little pony" post about my ride (longboard)

    i got a landyachts carbon evo, sickest board. i threw on some 10mm/180 bear grizzlies, with some 93mm abec11 flywheels with standard bearings.

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  11. I bet that knife has a great history! Thanks for the pictures.

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  12. Wow. How old is this knife??

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  13. Nice looks old! Are you planning to fix it up?

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  14. Thanks for the comments guys i have cleaned up blade up a bit with a brass dreamel but i have the casings back on and just need to wet and dry the blade and get it shiny will post pictures shortly thanks for reading

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  15. looking forward to seeing more!!

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  16. Nice knife there. Would love to see it restored.

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    Following!

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  18. Very cool. My great grandfather had an authentic Nazi service knife that I just found a week or so ago. It was so rusted through that we had to toss it, but it your post made me think of it.

    Look forward to seeing your progress.

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  19. Looking forward to see whether you manage to restore it!

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  20. Not only will they be bleeding from the stab wound, but the rust on the blade will surely finish them off if they live to escape.

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