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    Senior Member turbochef422's Avatar
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    Vintage sabatier lobster splitter??

    Crazy big knife. Way thicker than my 180 itinomonn deba. 11" long and the handle thicker than a broom stick. Is this just a regular lobster splitter? $40 on the bay
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    Holy Crap! I like that one. Planning on doing a resto?
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    You come up with cool stuff. Some thick spine!

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    It's 11mm thick above the heel. I'm thinking about a resto but have a couple things I want to work on already and literally don't get one day to work on anything so maybe I'll send it out for one.

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    wish i knew more about the history on those st-honore '84 sabs. My best Sab find is one marked as such.
    nice get!

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    I believe that to be a true chef de chef...and overall badass knife
    once in a while you get shown the light, in the strangest of places if you look at it right

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    get out the sandpaper baby!

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    that is what is called a "cuisine massive". I have one of my Chef's. I wrote about it somewhere on here. He used it mostly for lobster, rutabagas, large heads of cabbage and pumpkins. Here you ago. http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/sh...auce+americain.
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