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    Hmmm. Not only is she cutting on a polly board, but her belt is seemingly unable to support that piece of kit. And having said piece of kit in a quick draw rig, it shouldn't have its hammer in the cocked position...

    Steely. as for photos, I am getting closer to narrowing down the shapes i will be using for the new line. Any thing else you can add would be bonus!

    Sachem, love your taste in, um, tools!


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    Quote Originally Posted by steeley View Post
    I am glad to see she is wearing safety glasses .

    Pierre going to need a little more information shape wise.
    34-25-36 is my guess. B-cup, at most.
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    Wish i had a better picture of this.

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    1830 France
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    Lol!! Awsome!

    Here are a couple questions. The knives from Japan, that are considered the peak of the art by today's standard, how long have those designs/profiles been around. Are there any images or drawings depicting Japanese knives from previous centuries? Are today's shape just that? "Today's" shape? I know that doesn't play into the "butcher" knife theme, but these old pics got me thinking, and I don't recall finding much on the web photo wise.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PierreRodrigue View Post
    Lol!! Awsome!

    Here are a couple questions. The knives from Japan, that are considered the peak of the art by today's standard, how long have those designs/profiles been around. Are there any images or drawings depicting Japanese knives from previous centuries? Are today's shape just that? "Today's" shape? I know that doesn't play into the "butcher" knife theme, but these old pics got me thinking, and I don't recall finding much on the web photo wise.
    I think Mari may have posted some old paintings or drawings of Japanese knives.

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    Hi Steely,

    I am new member SixCats! as of today (8/7/2014). I just wanted to say.....this is perhaps THE best thread for info/pixs I've ever seen! Thank you so very much for posting this thread. I plan to return to this thread later tonight and really study all info/pixs. Thanks again.

    SixCats!

  9. #19
    Hi all,

    I was most pleased to see the image for ANCHOR Knives. It was but a few weeks ago I found an awesome condition vintage LAMSON GOODNOW ANCHOR 17" OAL, 12" Blade, 5.5" (six pin) Wood handle (with the word ANCHOR impressed in handle) Butcher Knife. The Anchor logo is a bit different in that it is inside a logo of a outline of the U.S. with MADE IN U.S.A. above logo and the number 805 to the right side of logo. I'm guessing this is a fairly old knife. The beauty is (at least I think so) I should be able to send this knife back to LAMSON SHAPE in MA for a factory free sharpening!

    Regards,
    SixCats!

  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by PierreRodrigue View Post
    Hmmm. Not only is she cutting on a polly board, but her belt is seemingly unable to support that piece of kit. And having said piece of kit in a quick draw rig, it shouldn't have its hammer in the cocked position...

    Steely. as for photos, I am getting closer to narrowing down the shapes i will be using for the new line. Any thing else you can add would be bonus!

    Sachem, love your taste in, um, tools!
    Sorry, but that .45 is actually in the preferred carry position of "cocked and locked." Read any of Col. Cooper's works or attend Gunsite academy. They will make a believer of out of you in the temple of the 1911. Earned my Raven in 2006,

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