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 Post subject: Re: Mr.Magnus Knives.
PostPosted: Sat Mar 29, 2014 8:03 pm 
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Red. Please note that if u make one this large both the glass and the hinge that holds them are very very expensive. i wish i knew that before i built the body :D



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What a great display really tasteful.



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Thanks :)



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Magnus,
I just found this topic and I have to say, knife porn. Everything is perfect, exotic, and beautiful. Not only the knives, but the boards and the case too! Absolutely stunning.



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 Post subject: Re: Mr.Magnus Knives.
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beautiful...


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 Post subject: Re: Mr.Magnus Knives.
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What a great display, thanks for sharing.

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 Post subject: Re: Mr.Magnus Knives.
PostPosted: Sat Jun 28, 2014 10:37 pm 
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Some new fun items i picked up from a passed away Swedish hone master of surgical instruments,knives,razors,scissors and much more.

My picnic butter knife... Haha no :D But a very cool vintage Pocket knife made all in ivory. Might have been made for theater use before plastic was invented. But thats just a wild guess. Maybe someone els knows more about this?

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vintage Japanese scissor. The action is great, cutting better then most other modern scissor i have home right now witch i thought was funny. Not sure what this model is used for but i seen this type of scissors but with smaler cutting edges, used for bonsai trees. Dose anyone here know what this model is used for and even better can read the kanji?

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Knife by William Saynor, Ivory in one piece scale. Don't know much about it.

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i belive this is a old Arkansas stone that never been used. very large.

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Next to and old used Arkansas hone.
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Big NOS Dovo Scissor for Taylors. Very Heavy fella :)

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And the Smalest of them all. a very smal old pocket knife in MOP. :)

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Some very cool vintage stuff there Magnus!



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Cool find there.

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