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    Thanks for going through this Son .When i try to enlarge the thumbnail it is to blurry .

    this is a J Burn's knife out of New York and this pattern was copied by others as he held the patent.
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    This is getting away from the subject a bit but shows knives from Burns MFG .
    And the serrated knives around at that time the catalog is 1907 and this is around the 1930's
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    This is the pattern for the Burns knife.
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    And just to show how early serrated knives were used .

    Chinese, Eastern Zhou dynasty, Warring States period, 5th–4th century B.C.
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    while I was looking for a serrated Sabatier this pop up from the Le Muse'e de la Coutellerie
    Le Thiers knifes on display .
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    lets see if this works
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    Success!
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    Well Raise My Rent !
    That is interesting
    I have thoroughly enjoyed this discussion Son.
    Stop by for a beer anytime .
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    Me too. Now I'm going to get a hold of Sophie and see if she has that Sabatier. I will see if she will send it to me or at least take pictures if she finds it.
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    The French get all the good muse'es.
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