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    Butcher Knives

    My Canadian friend Pierre Rodrigue was asking about designs of old butcher knives and asked for a few example's
    and since the other stuff got wiped out here goes...

    This will start of some of the earliest I have and then move forward. some of you may have seen some of these but most are brand new old time stuff.

    the year 1540
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    This one was found in the old stock yards in Canada .
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    Ok lets bring this up to speed with knives that can be had today

    Russell still makes the green river brand.
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    So if your looking for a pattern or idea to make a butcher knife or have someone make it for you here you go.

    link to Russell and more knives.
    http://www.dexter1818.com/default.asp

    and as always cupcakes.
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    Mmmm, cupcakes!

    Thank you! I am trying to do a special piece. Even older than most of these. I have an idea, but just want to add accuracy if possible.


    Feel free to visit my website, http://www.rodrigueknives.com
    Email pierre@rodrigueknives.com

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    here are some oldies for you most of these range from 1830's to 1880"s The second photo is one of my favorites, It's from the mid 18th century.
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    oh yeah and a girl with a belt sander
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    I am glad to see she is wearing safety glasses .

    Pierre going to need a little more information shape wise.
    A clever cook can make good meat of a whetstone.” Erasmus

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    Random kitchen pic


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