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Case Knife DB – Welcome to the Most Collected Pocket Knives in the …

This site provides information on over 15,000 Case XX pocket knives for collectors. From the early pocket knife eras that were tang stamped “Case Brothers”, “W. R …

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Case Knives from The Knife Center, the cutlery Catalog and Pocketknife Guide for Case Knives.

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Case Knife DB – Welcome to the Most Collected Pocket Knives in the …

This site provides information on over 15,000 Case XX pocket knives for collectors. From the early pocket knife eras that were tang stamped “Case Brothers”, “W. R …

Original Source: http://knifedb.com/


NUTNFANCY SHOT 2012 CASE: Knives with Meaning

Case knives are tied to Americana. These are enduring designs with soul. In this Gold Star Nutnfancy Booth Review, rescued from a crashed SD card, we visit w…


Jlw asked Where could I find info on this case knife I got?

It’s a pretty large case knife with a sticker that reads “authentic product BSA 2010 celebrating the adventure continuing the journey ba02243850” it’s pretty big the blade is about a foot long handle looked like rosewood or something. I paid eleven bucks for it simply because it hade case inscribed in it. Any info on this knife and price range would be helpful.

And got the following answer:

Case knives released several knives in honor of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) 100th anniversary in 2010. If the blade is a foot long, I would imagine it was a display model used on the counter of a store to generate sales interest. Sounds like it might have some collector value and was a really great deal for that price. Hope this helps.

If you want more info, you could possibly contact a local Boy Scout office and ask them for any insights.

Sean asked what pocket knife should I get?

I am a kid that really wants a knife for Christmas, which one should I ask for? P.S. I am not some amateur knife collector.

And got the following answer:

case rattlesnake

Chris asked In California It is legal to possess a switchblade knife but not carry, can i order one online?

I can possess one but not carry one, so can i order one as a collector and keep it in a glass case in my home? And are all blades under 2 inches legal so i can purchase a mini?

And got the following answer:

i dont know about other state but its illegal in california and most places wont ship to california i read about it when i looked up a russian ballistic’s knife lol,but you could research the net

Franky asked what are some good pocket knife brands?

I am an avid knife collector. My most recent knife I carried around was a Smith and Wesson SWMP4LS and the spring came lose and it broke. I now want a nice high quality knife from good, well-known brands like cold steel and spyderco. I do not want any thing automatic or spring assisted. Any suggestions?

And got the following answer:

Hello there,

I consider Syderco a good brand. I have a S&W Black Ops that I have had for a few years and have had no problems. You may just have gotten a bad one that slipped through their quality control. If you want a regular pocket knife, Case has been around for a long time. They make very good knoves. I also have a Zippo lock blade that I like.

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Demi Demi asked In contract law why is advertising classed as invitation to treat and not as an offer?

For example in Fisher v Bell case his appeal was dismissed because displaying a knife in a shop window is merely an invitation to treat. Clearly his intention was to sell the knife otherwise he would not have displayed the knife in the first place. Maybe its just me ๐Ÿ™‚ but shouldn’t it be an offer and not an invitation to treat?

And got the following answer:

Just because a shop displays something does NOT mean that it is for sale. Many dealers who are also collectors of antiques, coins, other collectibles, like to display their “prized pieces’ but are not willing to sell them.

Also the business owner has the right to refuse service to anyone, as long as it is not for discriminatory reasons on protected class persons.

hernandezbobby15 asked im a begginer case knife collector lookin for good websites?

im a begginer case knife collector and im trying tofind some ral good website i like a little of new and old case knives i have about 15 different styles and years and i would like to find some good websites with good prices

And got the following answer:

Smokey Mountain Knife works is one place. I believe their website if eknives.com They carry most models of CASE knives and a good variety of handle scale material. Price run from maybe 15 bucks up to well over a hundred( if you fancy mother of pearl scales)

If you search either Smoky Mountain knife works or eknives.com, you’ll probably find it.

Torsten asked What is a good knife collecting book?

Can you recommend a good book for a knife collector? I thought knife collecting was popular, but only found one book at barnes and noble, and it didn’t have much information, and mostly dealt with knife values. I’m looking for a detailed history of different brands, descriptions of the different types of steel, recent innovations in materials, how knives are made, definitions of the knife shapes, short biographies of popular knife artists and designers, uses for different types of knives, etc. Please recommend a book or good resource.

And got the following answer:

I like these:

The Standard Knife Collector’s Guide [Illustrated]

Levine’s Guide to Knives and Their Values by Bernard Levine

American Premium Guide to Knives & Razors: Identification and Value Guide by Jim Sargent (Maybe the best for Case knives)

International Blade Collectors Association Price Guide to Commemorative Knives (1960 – 1990) by Bruce Voyles – this is the best book to to cover commemoratives, even though it is out of date.)

Thees are the ones I use. I have also started making my own knifes. Hope this helps. Collecting is fun, find a Knife Show in your area and asking questions, most folks will help.