Pocketknives are a basic tool that people use for cutting.When the tool was first invented, its shape was crude and basic, but overtime, makers of the handy device began enhancing the knife style's design elements.It began after hearing numerous brand name knives being sold both online and on television.
The brand was introduced around 1890 to offer consumers a new option as the style was less bulky than other knife types. The Stockman knife is similar to the Cattle knife, and its creator used a rancher's pattern to design it.
Stockman knives have a clip point master blade while the second cutting edge is generally a spey.
For the most part the list is not historical in nature.
It lists current brands and where the brand is currently being made.
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Pair of planes: Siegley #5C with fine tote and knob, very good original blade, very good overall; and a later model #40 scrub plane with BB-logo blade, extra blade support, scuffed but intact tote and knob. Pair of SIEGLEY iron bench planes: #5C, has handle broken in the center, good front knob, good original blade, will clean to very good overall condition; and a #4C with tote broken in the center, lever cap broken and brazed in center, good original knob, good blade, good overall. Unknown make 1-inch corner chisel that has light to moderate rust and will need some work to bring it back to usable condition; and a round wooden box with set of bitstock twist drills, very good overall.
7 1/2-inch, fine; Shapleigh Hardware DIAMOND EDGE 7 1/2-inch, good; and E. Simmons Keen Kutter 8-inch scissors with etching on blade, fine. Three flashlights: The two on top are Diamond Edge, the one on the very top has corrosion and nickel loss due most likely to a leaky battery; the one in the center is very good; and the one with the brass showing on the bottom is a Winchester. 4 1/2 GERMANY, very good, with a different style screw-adjusted stop.
The current list provides information on around 200 different knife brands.