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  • Pocket knife of the 1800's west?

    2013-1-15u2002·u2002Jan 15, 2013. #7. Maybe they carried something like this. OR. The Barlow knife, a folding pocket utility knife, was introduced by the Russell Cutlery in the 1870's. The Barlow knife was first produced in England by Obadiah Barlow in the 1600's. The knife gained a very high reputation as a working knife.

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  • The 12 Most Iconic Pocket Knives Of All Time

    2019-5-8u2002·u2002If there are two brands most responsible for making pocket knives what they are today, they are Victorinox and Opinel. And Opinel, in particular, has one of the longest-reaching histories in the entirety of the present knife-making community. In fact, they can trace their origins back to a small family-owned cutlery business in the early 1800s.

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  • Frontier Fighting Knife circa. 1800-1825

    Frontier Fighting Knife circa. 1800-1825. Inspired from the book 'KNIVES OF HOMESPUN AMERICA' by Madison Grant, (Page 29) this piece is made from scratch and is correct in size and shape, except, instead of a wrought iron blade I used 3/16th old circular saw steel. The same steel I use in my large camp knives.

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  • Antique Bowie Knives for sale - Old Pocket Knives

    The knife had been made by his brother, Rezin, a year prior. The story of the Sandbar Fight, combined with James Bowie's eventual death while defending the Alamo in 1836, gave the 'Bowie Knife' tremendous popularity. To this day, this story is known by those who collect antique bowie knives. Have old Bowie knives to sell? Contact me!

    Get Price
  • The History of the Barlow Knife

    The Barlow Knife has been a classic part of America's EDC since before people thought the Constitution would work. For the uninitiated, the Barlow is a specific style of pocket knife. It's one of the least complicated, with either one or two folding blades and usually undecorated handles. The blade type is usually a pen knife blade, as the ...

    Get Price
  • HUBERTUS-Solingen :: Switchblade Knives - Outline History

    But the following facts are proven: The German switchblade knife is no 'new' development, or a trend - which just started in the 1950's. That post World War II period is the successful start of popular stiletto knives only, mass imported from Italy at reasonable pricing. 100 years before, around 1850, some well renowned Solingen steelware companies use the wording 'Aufspringmesser ...

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  • American Cutlery Co., est. 1865 - Made-in-Chicago Museum

    Museum Artifact: Kitchen Scale, c. 1900s Made by: American Cutlery Co., 732-764 Mather St. (W Lexington St.), Chicago, IL [University Village] If it seems like this turn-of-the-century kitchen scale reveals just a little bit more grace and attention-to-detail than the other dozen or so scales in our museum collection, consider it a lasting testament to the high standards of the American ...

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  • Ancient Highland Dress

    Ancient Highland Dress The Belted Plaid - The Feileadh-mhor(pr: feela more) The belted plaid or the breacan-an-feileadh (pr: BRE-kan an Feelay) . . . the great kilt, appears to have been the characteristic dress of the Highlander from the late sixteenth century onwards and had probably been worn for quite some time before that over the saffron tunic - the main article of clothing worn by the ...

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  • England Epidemics and Major Causes of Death A to R ...

    Cancer was regarded as purely a female disorder in the 18th century as the common ones, breast and cervical cancer, were often obvious. At the same time most cancers were misdiagnosed as consumption or old age, and until 1883 fatal blood loss due to cervical cancer in post-menopausal women was called menstruation of old age—a marvel but also a portent of death.

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  • Pocket knife of the 1800's west?

    2013-1-15u2002·u2002Jan 15, 2013. #7. Maybe they carried something like this. OR. The Barlow knife, a folding pocket utility knife, was introduced by the Russell Cutlery in the 1870's. The Barlow knife was first produced in England by Obadiah Barlow in the 1600's. The knife gained a …

    Get Price
  • The History Of The Pocket Knife

    The pistol grip Gully knife was a pocket knife that was most likely used for fighting. Examples have been found dating back to the 1600s. (img) 1650. Between 1650 and 1700, the peasant knife (or 'penny knife') became an affordable and widely distributed option for the first time in history. Sheffield, England became the epicenter of production.

    Get Price
  • The 12 Most Iconic Pocket Knives Of All Time

    2019-5-8u2002·u2002If there are two brands most responsible for making pocket knives what they are today, they are Victorinox and Opinel. And Opinel, in particular, has one of the longest-reaching histories in the entirety of the present knife-making community. In fact, they can trace their origins back to a small family-owned cutlery business in the early 1800s.

    Get Price
  • Frontier Fighting Knife circa. 1800-1825

    Frontier Fighting Knife circa. 1800-1825. Inspired from the book 'KNIVES OF HOMESPUN AMERICA' by Madison Grant, (Page 29) this piece is made from scratch and is correct in size and shape, except, instead of a wrought iron blade I used 3/16th old circular saw steel. The same steel I use in …

    Get Price
  • Antique Bowie Knives for sale - Old Pocket Knives

    The knife had been made by his brother, Rezin, a year prior. The story of the Sandbar Fight, combined with James Bowie's eventual death while defending the Alamo in 1836, gave the 'Bowie Knife' tremendous popularity. To this day, this story is known by those who collect antique bowie knives. Have old Bowie knives to sell? Contact me!

    Get Price
  • The History of the Barlow Knife

    The Barlow Knife has been a classic part of America's EDC since before people thought the Constitution would work. For the uninitiated, the Barlow is a specific style of pocket knife. It's one of the least complicated, with either one or two folding blades and usually undecorated handles. The blade type is usually a pen knife blade, as the ...

    Get Price
  • HUBERTUS-Solingen :: Switchblade Knives - Outline History

    But the following facts are proven: The German switchblade knife is no 'new' development, or a trend - which just started in the 1950's. That post World War II period is the successful start of popular stiletto knives only, mass imported from Italy at reasonable pricing. 100 years before, around 1850, some well renowned Solingen steelware companies use the wording 'Aufspringmesser ...

    Get Price
  • American Cutlery Co., est. 1865 - Made-in-Chicago Museum

    Museum Artifact: Kitchen Scale, c. 1900s Made by: American Cutlery Co., 732-764 Mather St. (W Lexington St.), Chicago, IL [University Village] If it seems like this turn-of-the-century kitchen scale reveals just a little bit more grace and attention-to-detail than the other dozen or so scales in our museum collection, consider it a lasting testament to the high standards of the American ...

    Get Price
  • Ancient Highland Dress

    Ancient Highland Dress The Belted Plaid - The Feileadh-mhor(pr: feela more) The belted plaid or the breacan-an-feileadh (pr: BRE-kan an Feelay) . . . the great kilt, appears to have been the characteristic dress of the Highlander from the late sixteenth century onwards and had probably been worn for quite some time before that over the saffron tunic - the main article of clothing worn by the ...

    Get Price
  • England Epidemics and Major Causes of Death A to R ...

    Cancer was regarded as purely a female disorder in the 18th century as the common ones, breast and cervical cancer, were often obvious. At the same time most cancers were misdiagnosed as consumption or old age, and until 1883 fatal blood loss due to cervical cancer in post-menopausal women was called menstruation of old age—a marvel but also a portent of death.

    Get Price
  • Pocket knife of the 1800's west?

    2013-1-15u2002·u2002Jan 15, 2013. #7. Maybe they carried something like this. OR. The Barlow knife, a folding pocket utility knife, was introduced by the Russell Cutlery in the 1870's. The Barlow knife was first produced in England by Obadiah Barlow in the 1600's. The knife gained a …

    Get Price
  • The History Of The Pocket Knife

    The pistol grip Gully knife was a pocket knife that was most likely used for fighting. Examples have been found dating back to the 1600s. (img) 1650. Between 1650 and 1700, the peasant knife (or 'penny knife') became an affordable and widely distributed option for the first time in history. Sheffield, England became the epicenter of production.

    Get Price
  • The 12 Most Iconic Pocket Knives Of All Time

    2019-5-8u2002·u2002If there are two brands most responsible for making pocket knives what they are today, they are Victorinox and Opinel. And Opinel, in particular, has one of the longest-reaching histories in the entirety of the present knife-making community. In fact, they can trace their origins back to a small family-owned cutlery business in the early 1800s.

    Get Price
  • Frontier Fighting Knife circa. 1800-1825

    Frontier Fighting Knife circa. 1800-1825. Inspired from the book 'KNIVES OF HOMESPUN AMERICA' by Madison Grant, (Page 29) this piece is made from scratch and is correct in size and shape, except, instead of a wrought iron blade I used 3/16th old circular saw steel. The same steel I use in …

    Get Price
  • Antique Bowie Knives for sale - Old Pocket Knives

    The knife had been made by his brother, Rezin, a year prior. The story of the Sandbar Fight, combined with James Bowie's eventual death while defending the Alamo in 1836, gave the 'Bowie Knife' tremendous popularity. To this day, this story is known by those who collect antique bowie knives. Have old Bowie knives to sell? Contact me!

    Get Price
  • The History of the Barlow Knife

    The Barlow Knife has been a classic part of America's EDC since before people thought the Constitution would work. For the uninitiated, the Barlow is a specific style of pocket knife. It's one of the least complicated, with either one or two folding blades and usually undecorated handles. The blade type is usually a pen knife blade, as the ...

    Get Price
  • HUBERTUS-Solingen :: Switchblade Knives - Outline History

    But the following facts are proven: The German switchblade knife is no 'new' development, or a trend - which just started in the 1950's. That post World War II period is the successful start of popular stiletto knives only, mass imported from Italy at reasonable pricing. 100 years before, around 1850, some well renowned Solingen steelware companies use the wording 'Aufspringmesser ...

    Get Price
  • American Cutlery Co., est. 1865 - Made-in-Chicago Museum

    Museum Artifact: Kitchen Scale, c. 1900s Made by: American Cutlery Co., 732-764 Mather St. (W Lexington St.), Chicago, IL [University Village] If it seems like this turn-of-the-century kitchen scale reveals just a little bit more grace and attention-to-detail than the other dozen or so scales in our museum collection, consider it a lasting testament to the high standards of the American ...

    Get Price
  • Ancient Highland Dress

    Ancient Highland Dress The Belted Plaid - The Feileadh-mhor(pr: feela more) The belted plaid or the breacan-an-feileadh (pr: BRE-kan an Feelay) . . . the great kilt, appears to have been the characteristic dress of the Highlander from the late sixteenth century onwards and had probably been worn for quite some time before that over the saffron tunic - the main article of clothing worn by the ...

    Get Price
  • England Epidemics and Major Causes of Death A to R ...

    Cancer was regarded as purely a female disorder in the 18th century as the common ones, breast and cervical cancer, were often obvious. At the same time most cancers were misdiagnosed as consumption or old age, and until 1883 fatal blood loss due to cervical cancer in post-menopausal women was called menstruation of old age—a marvel but also a portent of death.

    Get Price
  • Pocket knife of the 1800's west?

    2013-1-15u2002·u2002Jan 15, 2013. #7. Maybe they carried something like this. OR. The Barlow knife, a folding pocket utility knife, was introduced by the Russell Cutlery in the 1870's. The Barlow knife was first produced in England by Obadiah Barlow in the 1600's. The knife gained a …

    Get Price
  • The History Of The Pocket Knife

    The pistol grip Gully knife was a pocket knife that was most likely used for fighting. Examples have been found dating back to the 1600s. (img) 1650. Between 1650 and 1700, the peasant knife (or 'penny knife') became an affordable and widely distributed option for the first time in history. Sheffield, England became the epicenter of production.

    Get Price
  • The 12 Most Iconic Pocket Knives Of All Time

    2019-5-8u2002·u2002If there are two brands most responsible for making pocket knives what they are today, they are Victorinox and Opinel. And Opinel, in particular, has one of the longest-reaching histories in the entirety of the present knife-making community. In fact, they can trace their origins back to a small family-owned cutlery business in the early 1800s.

    Get Price
  • Frontier Fighting Knife circa. 1800-1825

    Frontier Fighting Knife circa. 1800-1825. Inspired from the book 'KNIVES OF HOMESPUN AMERICA' by Madison Grant, (Page 29) this piece is made from scratch and is correct in size and shape, except, instead of a wrought iron blade I used 3/16th old circular saw steel. The same steel I use in …

    Get Price
  • Antique Bowie Knives for sale - Old Pocket Knives

    The knife had been made by his brother, Rezin, a year prior. The story of the Sandbar Fight, combined with James Bowie's eventual death while defending the Alamo in 1836, gave the 'Bowie Knife' tremendous popularity. To this day, this story is known by those who collect antique bowie knives. Have old Bowie knives to sell? Contact me!

    Get Price
  • The History of the Barlow Knife

    The Barlow Knife has been a classic part of America's EDC since before people thought the Constitution would work. For the uninitiated, the Barlow is a specific style of pocket knife. It's one of the least complicated, with either one or two folding blades and usually undecorated handles. The blade type is usually a pen knife blade, as the ...

    Get Price
  • HUBERTUS-Solingen :: Switchblade Knives - Outline History

    But the following facts are proven: The German switchblade knife is no 'new' development, or a trend - which just started in the 1950's. That post World War II period is the successful start of popular stiletto knives only, mass imported from Italy at reasonable pricing. 100 years before, around 1850, some well renowned Solingen steelware companies use the wording 'Aufspringmesser ...

    Get Price
  • American Cutlery Co., est. 1865 - Made-in-Chicago Museum

    Museum Artifact: Kitchen Scale, c. 1900s Made by: American Cutlery Co., 732-764 Mather St. (W Lexington St.), Chicago, IL [University Village] If it seems like this turn-of-the-century kitchen scale reveals just a little bit more grace and attention-to-detail than the other dozen or so scales in our museum collection, consider it a lasting testament to the high standards of the American ...

    Get Price
  • Ancient Highland Dress

    Ancient Highland Dress The Belted Plaid - The Feileadh-mhor(pr: feela more) The belted plaid or the breacan-an-feileadh (pr: BRE-kan an Feelay) . . . the great kilt, appears to have been the characteristic dress of the Highlander from the late sixteenth century onwards and had probably been worn for quite some time before that over the saffron tunic - the main article of clothing worn by the ...

    Get Price
  • England Epidemics and Major Causes of Death A to R ...

    Cancer was regarded as purely a female disorder in the 18th century as the common ones, breast and cervical cancer, were often obvious. At the same time most cancers were misdiagnosed as consumption or old age, and until 1883 fatal blood loss due to cervical cancer in post-menopausal women was called menstruation of old age—a marvel but also a portent of death.

    Get Price
  • Pocket knife of the 1800's west?

    2013-1-15u2002·u2002Jan 15, 2013. #7. Maybe they carried something like this. OR. The Barlow knife, a folding pocket utility knife, was introduced by the Russell Cutlery in the 1870's. The Barlow knife was first produced in England by Obadiah Barlow in the 1600's. The knife gained a …

    Get Price
  • The History Of The Pocket Knife

    The pistol grip Gully knife was a pocket knife that was most likely used for fighting. Examples have been found dating back to the 1600s. (img) 1650. Between 1650 and 1700, the peasant knife (or 'penny knife') became an affordable and widely distributed option for the first time in history. Sheffield, England became the epicenter of production.

    Get Price
  • The 12 Most Iconic Pocket Knives Of All Time

    2019-5-8u2002·u2002If there are two brands most responsible for making pocket knives what they are today, they are Victorinox and Opinel. And Opinel, in particular, has one of the longest-reaching histories in the entirety of the present knife-making community. In fact, they can trace their origins back to a small family-owned cutlery business in the early 1800s.

    Get Price
  • Frontier Fighting Knife circa. 1800-1825

    Frontier Fighting Knife circa. 1800-1825. Inspired from the book 'KNIVES OF HOMESPUN AMERICA' by Madison Grant, (Page 29) this piece is made from scratch and is correct in size and shape, except, instead of a wrought iron blade I used 3/16th old circular saw steel. The same steel I use in …

    Get Price
  • Antique Bowie Knives for sale - Old Pocket Knives

    The knife had been made by his brother, Rezin, a year prior. The story of the Sandbar Fight, combined with James Bowie's eventual death while defending the Alamo in 1836, gave the 'Bowie Knife' tremendous popularity. To this day, this story is known by those who collect antique bowie knives. Have old Bowie knives to sell? Contact me!

    Get Price
  • The History of the Barlow Knife

    The Barlow Knife has been a classic part of America's EDC since before people thought the Constitution would work. For the uninitiated, the Barlow is a specific style of pocket knife. It's one of the least complicated, with either one or two folding blades and usually undecorated handles. The blade type is usually a pen knife blade, as the ...

    Get Price
  • HUBERTUS-Solingen :: Switchblade Knives - Outline History

    But the following facts are proven: The German switchblade knife is no 'new' development, or a trend - which just started in the 1950's. That post World War II period is the successful start of popular stiletto knives only, mass imported from Italy at reasonable pricing. 100 years before, around 1850, some well renowned Solingen steelware companies use the wording 'Aufspringmesser ...

    Get Price
  • American Cutlery Co., est. 1865 - Made-in-Chicago Museum

    Museum Artifact: Kitchen Scale, c. 1900s Made by: American Cutlery Co., 732-764 Mather St. (W Lexington St.), Chicago, IL [University Village] If it seems like this turn-of-the-century kitchen scale reveals just a little bit more grace and attention-to-detail than the other dozen or so scales in our museum collection, consider it a lasting testament to the high standards of the American ...

    Get Price
  • Ancient Highland Dress

    Ancient Highland Dress The Belted Plaid - The Feileadh-mhor(pr: feela more) The belted plaid or the breacan-an-feileadh (pr: BRE-kan an Feelay) . . . the great kilt, appears to have been the characteristic dress of the Highlander from the late sixteenth century onwards and had probably been worn for quite some time before that over the saffron tunic - the main article of clothing worn by the ...

    Get Price
  • England Epidemics and Major Causes of Death A to R ...

    Cancer was regarded as purely a female disorder in the 18th century as the common ones, breast and cervical cancer, were often obvious. At the same time most cancers were misdiagnosed as consumption or old age, and until 1883 fatal blood loss due to cervical cancer in post-menopausal women was called menstruation of old age—a marvel but also a portent of death.

    Get Price
  • HUBERTUS-Solingen :: Switchblade Knives - Outline History

    But the following facts are proven: The German switchblade knife is no 'new' development, or a trend - which just started in the 1950's. That post World War II period is the successful start of popular stiletto knives only, mass imported from Italy at reasonable pricing. 100 years before, around 1850, some well renowned Solingen steelware companies use the wording 'Aufspringmesser ...

    Get Price
  • George Wostenholm 1800's Prostitute Garter Dagger Knife ...

    We always consider and most likely will accept a reasonable offer. George Wostenholm Prostitute Dagger Knife Early I•XL. Very good condition. About seven inches long. Very Rare especially because it has balled guard ends.

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  • U.S. History in the 1800s - USCIS

    2020-6-22u2002·u2002the 1800s, highlighting the Louisiana Purchase, the four wars fought by the United States, and the background of the Civil War, including Abraham Lincoln and the Emancipation Proclamation. The lesson includes 8.5' x 11' images to display in class. Instructions for each

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  • America's Forgotten History of Forced Sterilization ...

    2020-11-4u2002·u2002The United States has a long, egregious, and largely unknown history of eugenics and forced sterilization, primarily directed towards poor women, disabled women, and women of color. The American eugenics movement originated in the late 1800s and has always been undeniably based in racism and nativism. The word 'eugenics' originally referred ...

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  • British Army, Royal Navy, and Scottish Swords and Sabres

    2021-9-23u2002·u2002165 SALE 129 SALE SWD-51: Royal Navy Dirk 1780-1815 This cushion pommel 5 ball dirk with an imitation ivory grip is ideal for any collector interested the age of fighting sail. While made to commemorate the British naval victories at St. Vincent, the Nile, Trafalgar and the War of 1812, this pattern of dirk also saw service in the U.S. Navy.

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  • A Sailor's Possessions

    2015-7-8u2002·u2002A Sailor's Possessions. Excerpts from 'The Sailor's Parting,' by C. Mosley, 1743. The image includes depictions of a hammock, sea chest (with initials), and simple bag. The sea chest is a common piece of material culture seen among stereotypes of pirates and sailors in the Age of Sail. Many people imagine a variety of items locked away ...

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  • The History of British Sword Manufacture - MilitariaHub

    2021-11-3u2002·u2002British Sword Makers. The history of British sword manufacture is a tale characterised by a series of economic highs and lows, due in part to the changing necessities of military conflict, government intransigence, and an on-going 'war' conducted by British sword makers, against a flood of cheap, (sometimes inferior) foreign imports, most notably from Solingen, Germany.

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    Convict children. Orphaned and convict children as young as ten years of age could be sent to work as a servant for a settler or an emancipist. The majority of convict or orphaned boys aged between 9 and 18 worked as labourers and herdsmen assigned to settlers, as they were usually too small for the rough work of clearing the land, quarrying stone and building roads.

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  • Antique Cash Registers: Identification & Values Guide

    2021-10-30u2002·u2002Antique Cash Registers: Identification & Values Guide. Cash registers are almost everywhere, a particular compulsory for retail shops. A surprising history lets you deal with completely functional cash registers from the past. Of course, you shouldn't expect antique/vintage designs in modern shops. How about displaying a well worth antique or ...

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