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    Attachment 23480

    Don't know if this image will upload properly, but it doesn't seem to resemble any of the others posted -- in particular the registered mark seems positioned differently.

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    It seems to have uploaded properly. I see what you're saying, that the ® is more above the "t". Soon we'll have to start seeking out and collecting their stamping dies. Wouldn't be surprised if Son already has cufflinks made out of them.

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    Looks like everything is bunched together. Is that a chef knife or something smaller like a boning knife or carving knife?
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    If this link works it has additional pictures. I purchased the knife a few days ago so I could have a non-stainless knife to practice sharpening (other than the few better knives I've recently acquired that I don't want to sacrifice to my sharpening education).

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Forgecraft-k...vip=true&rt=nc

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    Carving knife. I haven't really done as much research on the smaller knife as I never use them. I know the markings are definitely smaller and different than the chef knives.
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    That link doesn't appear to work for me.

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    I got mine for 3 bucks at the thrift store...it's been poorly sharpened by myself in my learning days, now it is still a fun knife that I like to pull out for fun. It's got decent edge retention and with a fat convexed edge I can hack through whole chicken bones. It's probably upper 50's in the rockwell and maintains it's edge longer than Shun or Wustoff. They are a helluva lot of fun but the ebay prices and false inflation are a bit absurd.

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    [IMG]854.JPG[/IMG] sorry better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joelgarza1 View Post
    [IMG]854.JPG[/IMG] sorry better?
    Not for me.

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