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    The knives I have with me these day in NYC.

    Well, I got to thinking that maybe I should post the knives I have here after the robbery. Many of these are vintage if not antiques. Some I inherited from Chef and I will be posting those in a separate thread in the coming days. Some will be moving on to new homes and some are going to be given new life. I only have three Japanese knives in the bunch and only 2 of them are truly made in Japan and one is a Carter suji . Enjoy the photos. Most of these will be gone in a week or two and will be replace with others.
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    let's try it now
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    Some gems in there. That cleaver looks pretty cool.
    Thanks for sharing Son.
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    Some really cool blades there Son.
    Chewie's the man.

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    The Sab with the awl handle is quite awesome.

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    top row left.
    240mm hiromoto Hc
    3 1950's-60-s American scimitars
    10" sabatier with aluminum ferrule
    8" landers frary and clark chef knife turn of the century
    6" sabatier boning knife (one of chef's)

    Top row right:
    1950's forgecraft cleaver
    240mm takeda gyuto
    8.1 sun carter suji kurouchi I think white something there is and H on the blade
    pre civil war J.W. Onderdonk slicer with silver collar and antique ivory handles
    150mm will catchsides petty in crushed w's damascus
    150mm Spike pettisuki in O1
    150mm Del Ealy petty in AEB-l

    Next grouping left:
    4" stubai Austrian paring knife 1960's
    4" classic Henckels paring knife
    1930's 3.5 in carbon steel German paring knife ( best paring knife I have ever used) thin as tissue paper.

    next grouping right

    civil war era three tine forks. ( great for flipping bacon and other stuff) and they look cool.

    3rd grouping left:

    2.5 inch civil war paring knife
    6 in J. ward slicing knife
    3 Meriden cutlery company 1880's bone handled table knives( conversion to paring knives started by chef and never finished)

    3rd grouping right:

    2- 8" forgecrafts one never used one from the 50's
    4- 10" forgecrafts one never used all others ranging from the 40's to 60's
    1 forgecraft cleaver

    last grouping are Chef's personal knives

    14 inch Lampson and Goodnow Chef knife( chef carved the handle from an oak pallet)
    12 inch Unmarked Sabatier chef de chef also known as a "cuisine massive", chef replaced handle (Heavy and thick like a deba)
    11 1/2 inch 1878 medaille de or chef knife also chef replaced handle super light laser.
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    All those forgecrafts made my head spin a little.. Goddamn!!!

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    If you're ever looking to part with one of those 10" forgecrafts...

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainsausage View Post
    If you're ever looking to part with one of those 10" forgecrafts...
    pm me next week!
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    Will do! Thanks for sharing your collection btw, I got blinded by my forgecraft lust and my manners went out the window!

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