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    That is pretty awesome, true piece of history!

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    Thanks for the tip, Steeley.

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    Dang, at least try to even out the finish when you're using a bead blaster to clean up your "
    beautifully preserved antique cleaver......with "rich lustrous patina"

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    The hand logo on the Sab was registered to the Sabatier family that set up in Le Moutier in 1874.

    http://www.sabatier.com/gb/ancetres/histoire.html

    Interesting seeing the 2 branches of the same name, in close proximity making knives without being related

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    Nice site .
    Thank you
    A clever cook can make good meat of a whetstone.” Erasmus

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