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    Some good old carbon for sale

    I'm letting some of my personal knives go as I've acquired new ones. These are American carbon from the bygone era that I refurbed and rehandled. All have rounded spines and choils and are sharp - prices include shipping CONUS. If you are outside the US you need to pony up the difference.

    Lamson Goodnow 10" chef knife. Handle is ironwood and oak burl and it has a nice etch and a great grind. $85




    Ontario 12" chef with black ash burl ferrule and box elder handle. $100




    Ekco Forge 8" slicer. Ironwood/flame maple handle, 7.75" cutting edge, etched blade and sharp - I reground the choil on this one for more comfort. $80



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    Senior Member Jmadams13's Avatar
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    Will possiblely sending a pm on the Ecko tomorrow morning if its still available. Have to see what my paycheck is like, lol
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    the ecko makers mark is really cool. so is the handle.

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    that Ontario knife works chef knife appears to be Korean war issue 1953 to the US army. The ekco forge was a really top notch knife maker back in the day. Then the seventies happened and everything went down hill from there. This is a nice one. Big fan of the vintage Lamson Goodnow
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    Love that Ontario. Sharp looking knife, like the handle too. 12 is too big tho, i'd lose a knuckle or stab something by accident lol

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    With the custom handles, those vintage knives really look even nicer. Glws!

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    PM sent on Lamson

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    Lamson is SOLD - Congrats to Don.

    Ontario and Ekco Forge still available.

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    Pm sent on Ontario...
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    Can't wait! My first real gyuto was a 300, so I'm feeling a little reminiscent.

    Your work looks impeccable!
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