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This is a collection of pocket knives that was obtained at an Estate Sale. The previous owner stored them in a damp area so some need cleaned and oiled. There is quite a difference in these knives, but they are all in good to very good vintage condition. If you have questions PLEASE ask prior to purchase. I know very little about pocket knives but will answer the best I can. I have additional photos if necessary.

DETAILS: White, mother of pearl, rivited, three blades. Marked USA; no other maker's marks. 3 5/8 inches closed; 7 5/8 inches opened. Good vintage condition; shows some wear, Blades intact but need cleaned.

Ivory colored knife with chrome colored plain crest decoration on handle, one blade. 3 1/2 inches closed; 5 1/2 inches opened. USA. Check this one carefully in photos, one blade is missing which makes knife ends a bit loose feeling. I tried to pull pieces off and nothing gave but handle has very small crack near end beside rivot. Would make a great everyday pocket knife but not for collecting unless you can repair it.

Ulser, two blade camp/pocket knife. Good vintage condition-some chrome plating worn off. Blades intact with minor surface rust. Dark faux woodgrain handle in excellent condition with brass rivots. Marked "Ulser Knife USA"

Large Forest-Master; dark faux wood handle, 4 blade= leather punch, large blade, can opener/screw driver, bottle opener. Marked "Colonial Prov. USA" Good vintage condition, needs cleaned.

Small lucite/celluloid handle; mother of pearl look. Multi tool, advertising, Kansas City History. Marked "Bristol Line, Germany " on the blade and has advertising for "Midwest Mechanical Contractors-Claude Sanders Elmer Sanders" inlaid brass/metal in handle. The names here date this knife to around the 1940's. That is approximately when Claude and Elmer (father and son) ran Midwest Contractors together. Claude Sanders died in 1964. This is a nifty little knife! Very good vintage condition-very minor surface rust spots on blades. this knife has a finger nail file, a knife blade, a small pair of scissors and a bottle opener/screwdriver. All instruments in nearly new, working condition. I will be listing many more pocket knives soon so keep watching.


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Every item shipped from the Patch Happy Pauper is packaged with the utmost care. Your purchases will be protected from the rigors of the Postal Services and the need to travel long distances. See my money back guarantee. I will ship internationally if you convo me prior to purchase and allow me to quote you the correct shipping amount.

SALE Pocket Knife Collection Lot of Five (5) Forest Master, Advertising, USA, REDUCED


  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: metal, steel, plastic, mother of pearl, brass, chrome, blade
  • Only ships within United States.
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