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Vintage or Vintage looking knives

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Hi. I like to collect vintage knives and was wonder if anyone knows a good place to get them besides ebay.
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Garage sales, estate sales, thrift shops, auctions....

This would be a nice reason to plan some pleasant weekend trips. Lovely if you live where the leaves will soon be turning!:bounce:
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EBAY! That's where I got alot of old French carbon steel Sabatiers that far outperform their new stuff.

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Best and I'm a foodie.   I know very little but the little that I know I want to know very well.

 

-T

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Look-up Henleys(Lock smith, Key maker....) in Colorado Springs. Last I checked, they had a bunch of new old stock Henkles. They are stainless with wood handles.

I have bought old carbon sabatiers at thrift stores. I just bought a 14" F Dick carbon blade from a friend.
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