Ideal for trail hiking, wilderness survival or military applications. Also thanks for the tip on spotting reproductions. Black finish steel pommel with two lanyard holes and braided cord lanyard. As you can see the knife has been carried and has around 70% of the original blueing. A sales force of 50 people merchandised directly to hardware stores nationwide.
I'm hoping they come back down so I can finish out this group in my collection. There is a 3% handling fee for credit card payments. After looking though, you can see handle wear is inconsistant with blade, and scabbard wear. But as a re-sale item I'd say you won't do well. As we walked around the store I overhead a clerk, obviously having noticed our big knives, express concern about us to someone who must have been the manager. The 10th Marine Regiment is an artillery unit under the command of the 2nd Marine Division.
They had set themselves up as a subcontractor and supplier to other cutlery companies. Less than 600 patterns were offered by larger firms. The Perry cutlery facilities closed in 1972 with the Robeson line being discontinued in 1977. Like many knife manufacturers, Robeson stamped its knives with numbers that cam be used to identify specific characteristics. And, here they are together.
Need an affordable and effective way to buy and sell knives online? In 1901, Sherwood sold his cutlery works to Adolph Kastor and Brothers, The name Camillus Cutlery Co. The founder of the Robeson Cutlery Co. One piece A2 tool steel construction with armor black CeraKote finish. We urge you to upload additional pictures to this gallery if you have some! Many people are still using poor monitors which makes it most difficult describing, keep watching Knife Enthusiasts!! Here are a some pictures. Robeson did not rely on catalogs to advertise their cutlery until after 1940. .
They often sent customers new knives when they returned abused ones. All the best Frank Trzaska It was a typo. A collaboration between Robson Knives and Calico Forge Knife Company. I must limit my descriptions to mainly pictures. The company was a jobbing firm, buying from importers or manufactures and selling to dealers.
As you can see the knife has been carried and has around 70% of the original blueing. The leather on the handle is tight. I remember we had some sort of event at the parking lot of a shopping center just across the state line in Oxen Hill, Maryland I belive we had set up a demonstration camp site at the edge of the parking lot and were otherwise demonstrating the skills of scouting. Steve: I am not positive but I think the source of the information on that was a Frank Trzaska article in Knife World awhile back. The retaining strap on the sheath in broken. Robeson remained in existence long after other major companies closed down their cutlery operations. Myself and maybe a couple of others carried our dad's old Mk2's on our belts during camping trips.
The retaining strap on the sheath in broken. I agree with Greg that it would not resell well due to the condition, but is a fairly scarce variation. But, during the peak years from 1900 to 1965, The Robeson Cutlery Co. But I actually like a few such knives in my collection, especially so if they have provenance to a solder, sailor, or Marine who carried it. With high tariffs limiting imports and impacting sales, Millard was forced to have pocket knives made domestically.
A collaboration between Robeson Knives and Calico Forge Knife Company. Ideal for trail hiking, wilderness survival or military applications. If this knife could talk! Robeson military edged weapons are very popular with collectors. The sheath i believe is original to the knife and as you can see is a left handed version. We accept certified checks or money orders.
Watch my auctions for knives. Under their leadership, the company thrived. The photos were taken with my cell phone, which does not do well with low-light close-up photos: Bob No doubt about it. But as a re-sale item I'd say you won't do well. Before long, Millard started selling imported knives and razors from England and Germany with his name on them. I really want one of the Whittlers.
And, since I'm on the subject of Robeson Barlows, how about another Queen made Robeson? If you are a regular seller of knives, you definitely need to check out our. I doubt it will get much actual use. Handle is air and water tight. Like Billy, I wish I had grabbed a few more of these in different patterns. I am only passing along a short excerpt of information from his book and much researched hard work.