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Old 10-25-2018, 06:38 PM
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Looking for help finding any info on knifes that were given to me after grandfather passed.
Are any valuable?
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Old 10-26-2018, 11:14 PM
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Some of them are pretty good knives - Schrade, Barlow, and Case were all good brands. The Hopalong Cassidy one is cool, and MAYBE someone might give you a few bucks for that, but for the most part they don't look to be particularly valuable. Still, some of them are good quality and could be cleaned up and used for another generation or two. I did a quick search on the Hopalong Cassidy and see them on Ebay for like $20.

I suspect your grandfather admired knives that were designed to do some good honest work, because that seems to be what he had.


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