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    f/s forgecrafts

    2- 10 in forgecrafts one from the 50's and one from the early 60's. The one from the 50's is in great condition and needs to be sharpened an given a little bit of love. The one from the 60's the previous owner converted to a suji, but never finished. It is fully 3/8 of an inch shorter than the chef knife. There is no edge on it, it needs to be thinned and given a little tlc. It will make a sweet little suji when done. Both are going to be $40 and $5 conus shipping.
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    sold pending funds.
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    sorry I meant chef knife sold pending funds. The suji is still available.
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    that is fast sold!! congratulation!!

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    Nice pick-up!

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    Well here is another 10" forgecraft chef knife up for sale, it just came in today. This one is pristine and has never been used. When it came in it still had the lacquer coating on it and I can tell you 50 year old lacquer is a ***** to get off. for those of you who don't know Washington Forge owned the Forgecraft brand along with dozen of other brands and lines.The forgecraft brand went out of business in 1968, so there were none made after that. They were sold up into the early eighties as restaurant supply houses and independent dealers sold off their remaining inventory. So the newest knives out there are going to be at least 44 years old.
    Since this one is, In perfect like new condition, I am going to sell it for $50 plus $5 conus shipping.
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    PM sent.

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    Sweet score!!!
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    Wow, that is rare, never used. Rick, are you going to use it, or keep it in unusd state?

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