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    Does your girlfriend understand your rare/vintage knife related findings like I do??

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    SHH I will call you later.

    man that was funny.
    A clever cook can make good meat of a whetstone.” Erasmus

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    On with the show ..... Honey


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    $4000-$5000 AT AUCTION top pic.

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    Display box only $500
    A clever cook can make good meat of a whetstone.” Erasmus

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    Quote Originally Posted by UCChemE05 View Post

    So has anyone actaully sharpened with it?
    I actually have. It's VERY VERY common to find a small combination SiC stone going for about 2-8 SGD in hardware stores in Singapore. It was what I used before switching to japanese waterstones. IMHO, it does not cut as fast and the feedback is not there. Also dishes fairly quickly.

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    I grew up with one. My Dad would use it every time he'd get the knife out. Looks like that 7" combo one on the red sign.

    -AJ

  6. #16
    Check out those displays - awesome! I've got a few vintage carborundum collectibles set aside somewhere. I've got a stone holder and at least one mint handheld triangle type scythe sharpener thing.

  7. #17
    That's some fantastic ad pieces right there. Feel like I'm on American Pickers!

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