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Thread: History on Forgecraft knives; please educate me

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    Sorry i would like to add picyures but the sites 1980 technology wont let me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joelgarza1 View Post
    Sorry i would like to add picyures but the sites 1980 technology wont let me.
    Meh. Learn how to do things rather than complain that you can't.

    Start with Matus' post here:

    http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/sh...l=1#post301479
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    Just picked up a 10" forgecraft chef knife at a thrift store for 20 bucks! It needs a little polish, but I'm putting it to work in the kitchen already

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    Is this authentic Forgecraft? The stamp looks nothing like any of yours?

    Saw these for sale on Craigslist and was going to jump on them but now it looks like they might be bogus. See there advertising below.

    This is a vintage 4-piece set of Forgecraft Hi-Carbon knives. These knives have never been used.
    The knife blades measure as follows: 8", 7", 4 3/4", and 3 1/4".
    Handles are as follows: 4 5/8", 4 5/8", 3 5/8", 3 5/8".
    The handles are tight and the the points are good.

    points are good.

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    Another Stamp?

    Hey! Thanks for such great posts and information! There's a set om ebay now with a stamp I haven't seen before - with the high-carbon under the Forgecraft name. Two lines. The 'g' divides high and carbon. Would love to know what you all think? I just bought a set pre-bar code, small g tail still in wrapping... These do look pertty though Best to all!


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    Forgecraft Stamp?

    Hey! What a treasure of info here about Forgecraft knives. Thank you! Anyone else familiar with this stamp? First time I've seen it two lines. The 'g' has a more modern curl but they seem older than later versions.



    Best to all!


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