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    knives most likely to appreciate

    I was looking at the Kramers that were on the bay last week, and thinking about how dramatic his price increase has been over the last decade. I'm sure I wasn't the other one that wished they'd bought a few back in the day (some to sell, some to keep).

    My question is: What are the knives/makers that we'll be wishing we had bought a decade from now. If you feel like it, post current and appreciated pricing for the amusement of future forum readers.

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    Probably the Doi's I just sold...lol. But in all seriousness.... it will be whoever gets some sort of media attention that goes viral, kind of like what happened with Kramer.

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    I say RANDY at HHH, he make some bad ass knives

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    Phil Wilson is very underrated

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    My vote is for Opinel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XooMG View Post
    My vote is for Opinel.
    Ha! I was gonna say Rachael Ray or Guy Fieri. Think about it -- no where for a $15 knife to go but up, right?
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    Considering their current price point: Tilman Leder, Marko Tsourkan and Mario (if he still was doing knifes).

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    Quote Originally Posted by vai777 View Post
    .... it will be whoever gets some sort of media attention that goes viral, kind of like what happened with Kramer.
    Yup. Look at Cut Brooklyn. So-so knife with a bunch of hype.
    Though I could not caution all I still might warn a few; Don't raise your hand to raise no flag atop no ship of fools. - Robert Hunter

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    I have not handled one but judging from pics I would hang on to any Bill
    Burke knives


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    DT , Catchside maybe too. Like Radar , Burke and HHH, they make their knives start to finish. Low production of the customs.

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