Schrade knives’ classic American designs date back to 1904 with the founding of the Schrade Cutlery Company in upstate New York.
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I don't think all the Golden Spikes had blade lettering. I would think if you used the knife that the blade rubbing in and out of the sheath would eventually rub it off anyway. A lot of money, but the knife was only produced for two years (1978 - 1980), and you don't see them very often.
Man, I got outbid on a 130T this past week, went for a shade under $85. Im still trying to learn about all the various models.
You choose the condition you are willing to settle for. #148 - bought new in about 1966 , still shaving sharp - bottom one is a new in box sharp finger , given away with guns + ammo magazine subscription in 1983 - blade has never had wrapper removed , plate in handle is stamped guns + ammo - Wooo a couple of special Schrades there. I never had more than a single Schrade pocket knife but now I see how cool they really are to collect and use.
they go for a dear price, but at least, you got a shot at something old.
The new additions are : Schrade Old Timer 60T USA NIB with sheath Schrade Old Timer 152 USA Sharpfinger with sheath Schrade Uncle Henry Golden Spike153UH Mint in box with sheath.
One issue though is that the Schrade Super Sharp stamped lettering on the blade is very light as if someone rubbed most of it out .
blademan, The Golden Spike was priced ok but I didnt steal it .
Make sure you buy some Simichrome polish, rouge cloth and a Rust Eraser to keep them nice looking.
Kingsport, TN -(Ammo Land.com)- New product innovation, including a Schrade knife with slingshot built-in, plus heightened interest in classic brands Old Timer and Uncle Henry have officials at Taylor Brands saying SHOT Show 2016 was their best yet.