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    Foster Bros. pron

    I saw someone on KF posted this link to some (I'm assuming) Russian website with some great old Foster Bros. knives.
    http://www.cookingknife.ru/iView.aspx?id=38
    I happen to have one of these chef knives in my possession from Son for PIF.
    Hope this link is ok with the mods.
    Maybe I can ask Marko if he knows anything about this site.
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    Or maybe gentlecook will respond. He know's lots about Russia.
    Everywhere you go, there you are.

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    Those star rivets are sick -

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    Wow some huge info in there too.

    http://www.cookingknife.ru/aShow.aspx?id=35

    That has more info than what you find on any ws site.
    Chewie's the man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike9 View Post
    Those star rivets are sick -
    Would it be bad form for a maker to copy these on a new knife?

    Love them!

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    This is an amazing site and a great person founder this site Andrew Kozlowski
    I hope he will be on this forum and answer some questions

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    I wonder when they quit making knives with the Foster Brothers stamp? Back in the 1980's Columbia Cutlery sent me a large catalog with both their own line and a full range of "Foster Brothers" stamped blades. I think it is buried someplace out in the old catalogs I store up in the haymount of the barn. Not sure they were actually making knives or just selling contract made cutlery with their logo on them.

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    Great Site ! Thank you Chris.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny.B.Good View Post
    Would it be bad form for a maker to copy these on a new knife?

    Love them!

    If it is them I am guilty. Had some custom pins made over 3 years ago with the Lone Star.....thought it was an original idea. And then I thought the same thing about stabilized-epoxy filled Cholla cactus.

    PZ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pabloz View Post
    If it is them I am guilty. Had some custom pins made over 3 years ago with the Lone Star.....thought it was an original idea. And then I thought the same thing about stabilized-epoxy filled Cholla cactus.

    PZ
    Pics or it didn't happen!
    I would love to see some of them star rivets!
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