Vintage Ulster large Congress knife 3.875 inches near mint condition with Beautiful peach seed jigged bone handles and carbon steel blades with plain blade edge
Here we have a beautiful example of why the vintage Ulster knives have become one of the rarest and collected knife brands there are. We have an original Ulster large congress. This pattern is a large Congress knife pattern. Blades have excellent walk and talk for the age of the knife. This knife features nickel silver bolsters, with brass pins and liners with beautiful peach seed handles. Handles have no cracks which is getting hard to find on these older knives. This would be a great addition for any collector of the vintage Ulster 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.
Colonel Coon’s carbon steel blades, with peach seed jig bone handles. Nickel silver bolsters, with brass pins and liners. Main Blade measures 2 7/16” (x2) sheepsfoot, 2”, Pen blades (x2) 1 3/4”. Blade thickness is 1/16”. Closed length is 3 3/8”. Made in the U.S.A. Tang stamps used to read “HIBBARD SPENCER BARTLETT”, but due to wear is hard to see and read. Due to the natural state of bone, handles may have a hairline fracture at either the handle pins, shield or spring pins.
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