Antique Case XX U.S.A era 1965-1969 Peanut knife 2.875” mint condition with Beautiful stag handles and carbon steel blades with plain blade edges
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Here we have a beautiful example of why Case XX knives are the most collected knives there are. We have a Ten Dot “1970” Peanut pattern. This pattern was introduced sometime before 1915 and is pretty popular among collectors today. Both blades have excellent walk and talk for the age of the knife. This knife features the Case shield with nickel silver bolsters with brass pins and liners with beautiful stag handles. This would be a great addition for any collector of the vintage Case knives. This is a great buy folks, you do not want to miss out on this beautiful piece of cutlery history. BONE WARNING NOTE: Bone is a natural material prone to cracking. Therefore, some knives may have cracks near the pins or bolsters. Will be noted if cracks are visible.
Case’s old carbon steel blades, with stag handles. Nickel silver bolsters, pins, liners and shield. Main Blade measures 2 1/8”, Pen blade 1 1/2”. Blade thickness is 1/16”. Closed length is 2 7/8”. Made in the U.S.A. Both blades have the half stop feature. Tang stamp reads “Case XX USA” with 10 dots and “5220” on the reverse. Due to the natural state of bone, handles may have a hairline fracture at either the handle pins, shield or spring pins. (Will be noted if no cracks are visible).
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