Gone but not forgotten

jklein7401

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I appreciate the welcome and look forward to making some new friends; Yes, I found a major collector and let all of them go to a great home. Gotta make room and free up some cash for new incoming at Blade 2010 & 2011.

Here are a few or the ones I still have and will probably post for sale at some point. I am changing out most of my collection.

Jon
 

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BossDog

KnifeDogs.com & USAknifemaker.com Owner
Jon,
Really nice stuff...if you have more, please post them.
welcome to KD.
t
 

JatMat

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Jon, great knives there, I am sure you are missing them. I know I would.
Jim
BTW: Welcome to the Pound.
 
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wiros

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I appreciate the welcome and look forward to making some new friends; Yes, I found a major collector and let all of them go to a great home. Gotta make room and free up some cash for new incoming at Blade 2010 & 2011.

Here are a few or the ones I still have and will probably post for sale at some point. I am changing out most of my collection.

Jon
Jon,
Please tell me who is the maker of the knife on the 3 pic from the left ?

regards from NL
Wim
 

jklein7401

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Thanks for the compliment. I recently got that piece part of a trade with this Wade Colter folder. The new piece has a san mai blade with tamahagne/meteorite in the steel. Very unique blade material.
 

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jklein7401

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Knife Questions

Sorry I missed your questions regarding a couple of the knives I had posted.

First Steve Dunn MS Engraved Hunter Sole Authorship Mortised Stag

2nd and 3rd Photos Howard Hitchmough Damasteel Liner Lock Bark Mammoth

4th and 4th Photos Joe Kious Lock Back Fluted Mammoth Ivory Gold Toothpick
 

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Bruce Bump

Forum Owner-Moderator
Jon you have a serious collection. I dont see how you can sell some of these beauties. Thanks for posting them here for us to see.
 

jklein7401

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Bruce,

It was difficult and probaby should not have. For the record they are not all gone. Fortunately, I count on most of these makers as my friends and will replace all of them with pieces that I know will surpass what I parted with.

I have some real serious pieces in the works and these 3 are on the way. I will take some better photos of the Jimmy Chin pieces. Of course I look forward to speaking with you shortly.

Thanks, Jon
 

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jklein7401

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In the spirit of my poor photo skills here are some more. I think I have posted most of these at some point or another. You all tell me which one to remove, if any. I know it is a tough choice as they are of such fine photos. Maybe one of you can give me some pointers at Blade. Anyway I am having a blast with the forums.

The knives pictured are:

Steve Dunn, Don Lozier, Bailey Bradshaw, Jimmy Lile (The collection starter), my new Josh Smith and Jimmy Chin Loveless style fighter. I have yet to take one acceptable photo of the Jimmy Chin Persian.

Jon
 

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