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6251 FK SS 1983  
Brown Standard Jig Bone
  Case Collector's Club Hobo for 1983. Regular serial number on the right front bolster; knife separates into a distinct knife and fork. Knife may come with an optional plaque. Original retail is $45. The handle is later described as an Appalosa bone. The blade says "THE CCC 1983 - HOBO" in brown and green. There is also a stick and can to the right of the text. This is the third CCC large sway back trapper and 3969 copies were made.  4064
R6154 SSP 1983  
Dark Red Standard Jigged Bone 1
  Made for Bold City Knife Club. Jigged red bone handles with adouble oval "CASE" block letter shield. Knife has a serial number and the blade is etched. Discussed in CCCNL for Sept. 1983.  6681
W154 1983  
White Smooth Bone
  Made for Chatham Manufacturing. Shield on smooth white bone handles. Blade is etched and knife has a serial number. No pattern stamp.  6684
6254 1983  
Brown Standard Jig Bone
  Shown in catalog # 81, used from 1981 to 1983. Straight grind confirmed.  2257
6254 1983  
Brown Standard Jig Bone
  Texas Knife Collectors Association Fort Worth Knife Show held June of 1983. Straight grind confirmed. This knife has a blade etch that says: "TKCA FORT WORTH, TX. JUNE 1983". The TKCA is in a Texas state outline.  10986
6254 1983  
Brown Standard Jig Bone
  Has brown standard jigged bone handles and a double oval "CASE" block letter shield. Item number shown in catalog # 81, used from 1981 to 1983. The new grind is confirmed on both blades.  11064
6254 1983  
Brown Standard Jig Bone
  John Wayne Commemorative in red/brown bone handles. The clip says 'JOHN WAYNE _ 1907 - 1979' along with an etching of Wayne. The spey has Winchester with the words 'THE DUKE' underneath, and then a John Wayne signature under that. Comes in a cardboard gift box. The box has a wood grain finish and says 'JOHN WAYNE _ 'THE DUKE' _ Limited Edition _ ONE OF 600'. There is also a Wayne portrait and another signature. Straight grind is confirmed on this knife.  11577
6254 1983  
Brown Standard Jig Bone
  Clip says '1983 _ MUSIC CITY _ KNIFE COLLECTORS' in red along with a black circular logo. Both blades are gold plated. The spey says in red '1 OF 75' and in green 'FIRST MUSIC CITY _ KNIFE SHOW _ Opryland, U.S.A.'. There are two black musical notes. Comes in a small wood grain box that says '1983 _ MUSIC CITY _ KNIFE SHOW' in red, and 'Opryland, U.S.A.' in green. The black circular logo is also on the box.  11660
6254 1983  
Brown Standard Jig Bone
  North Carolina Wild Turkey Federation Club knife. The clip blade is deep etched in red with a turkey feather in the middle. The left of the blade says '1983 _ 1 of 300'. To the right it says 'N. C. Wild _ Turkey _ Federation'. Straight ground tang confirmed.  11670
6254 1983  
White Smooth Bone
  Pearl Harbor Commemorative Trapper in white/natural smooth bone with a double oval "CASE" block letter shield. The sample knife had an unusual double etch or stamp on the spey blade. Don‘t know if this is common or unique. This knife comes in an alligator clamshell. The new grind blades are confirmed. There is a regular serial number on the right front bolster.   11174
6254 1983  
White Smooth Bone
  Chief Crazy Horse commemorative trapper with white smooth bone handles and a double oval "CASE" block letter shield. New grind blades are confirmed. The clip blade is deep etched with a picture of Crazy Horse and this text: ‘Chief Crazy Horse _ 1844? - 1877‘. The spey shows three Indian braves riding horses. This one with white smooth bone handles is the first variation found. Also see the listing for the same knife with white jigged bone handles.  11190
6254 1983  
White Peachseed Jigged Bone
  Chief Crazy Horse commemorative trapper with white JIGGED bone handles and a double oval "CASE" block letter shield. New grind blades are confirmed. The clip blade is deep etched with a picture of Crazy Horse and this text: ‘Chief Crazy Horse _ 1844? - 1877‘. The spey shows three Indian braves riding horses. This one with white jigged bone handles is the second variation found. Also see the listing for the same knife with white smooth bone handles.  28614
6254 SS 1983  
Deep Red Rogers Jig
  Part of 1983 limited edition trapper set of three. All have red handles, and a trapper etch on the spey blade. Come in a hardwood display case with a matching serial number to the knives. Both tangs verified.  6690
6254 SSP 1983  
Brown Standard Jig Bone
  Has brown standard jigged bone handles and a double oval "CASE" block letter shield. Shown in catalog # 81, used from 1981 to 1983. The new grind blades and satin blades are confirmed. Says 'TESTED XX RAZOR EDGE' on clip in an electro etch. This is a rare new grind.  2581
6254 SSP 1983  
Brown Standard Jig Bone
  Shown in catalog # 81, used from 1981 to 1983. Straight grind blades confirmed.  11160
6254 SSP 1983  
Brown Standard Jig Bone
  Has brown standard jigged bone handles and a double oval "CASE" block letter shield. Shown in catalog # 81, used from 1981 to 1983. This knife typically has two new grind blades, but this one has a new grind clip and a straight ground spey. Also, the typical "Stainless" blade etch is missing on the satin clip blade. Both knives are quite rare, but this variation is very very unusual.  11625
6254 SSP 1983  
Grey Appaloosa Smooth Bone
  Trapper from the Trapper Knife Collector‘s Club. Knife has double oval "CASE" block letter shield and smooth Appaloosa bone handles. The deep etch on the master blade is filled with red and is the fox logo of the club. The year 1983 is on both sides of the logo. The blade also says "Trapper Knife Collectors" in red under the logo. Regular serial number on the right front bolster. Has an unusual Cc stamp before the model number. Was used for a short period to designate a collectors club knife. By this stamp, they also meant that the model number stamp might not be exactly right...for example, this knife would probably have been designated A6254 SSP for the Appaloosa handle, rather than just 6254 SSP. The Cc stamp was meant to explain that it was OK that the handle and the handle number didn‘t match. This was only done for a very brief time.   6683
6254 SSP 1983  
White Smooth Bone
  Made for Flint River Knife Club. Smooth white bone handles. Pattern stam is 6254 Cc. Etching on clip blade. Serial number. Discussed in CCCNL for Sept. 1983.  6674
Cc 6254 SSP 1983  
Grey Appaloosa Smooth Bone
  SN on RF bolster; Animal etch on MB; National Trapper Collectors; Cc is cold stamped on spay  4587
SB6254 1983  
Blue Smooth Bone
  Smooth blue bone handles. Part of the Blue Ridge trapper set of two knives. Serial number on the right front bolster. The clip has a racoon etch along with scrolls. The spey says 'Blue Ridge Trappers _ 1 OF 300'. Comes in a clamshell.  11261