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Colonial Knife

Discussion in 'Knives' started by MarkNM, Apr 9, 2013.

  1. MarkNM
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    MarkNM Loaded Pockets

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    Can anyone help me get an age on this little guy? On colonial website it is obviously the E2 Electrician version but has fake wood handles which I cannot seem to find in all my google searches. Just curious. Thanks in advance [​IMG][​IMG]
     
  2. jujigatame

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    My gut feeling would be 70s or 80s. That patent # was issued in 1967 and is related to the bolster assembly of the knife so it could appear on many different models.
     
  3. Mumbojumboo
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    Mumbojumboo EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    looks brand new
     
  4. MarkNM
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    Thanks pop and grand pop would beat me otherwise as it once belong to them(well one of the mom guessing dad since he was more the electrician)
    I need to clean out the inside a bit and can see some bad sharpen marks...but that's akin to someone knowing the tiny scar on their own hand they think the world can see but no one does.

    Thanks for the info about the patent Jujigatame!!!
     
  5. ameeks

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    I think you'll find more info looking up the TL-29 model.
     
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