Feast your eyes on the craftsmanship and quality that is synonymous with Case pocket knives with this one-of-a-kind guide.
The only full-color book focused solely on the work of W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Co., this book delves into Cases 120-year history and provides you with the defining details for hundreds upon hundreds of knives.
In this historically rich guide, you’ll discover 800 full-color photos, current values for hundreds of pocket knives considered the most popular among collector, and a potpourri of information about methods for creating knives, quirks of the pattern numbering systems, tang samplings, types of blade steels and knife shields, as well as:
- Identifying and pricing details for prized knives including Pattern 20 Peanut, highly popular 54 Pattern Trapper, Pattern 72 Bulldog and Buffalo, and Pattern 97 Shark Tooth
- A showcase of the different types of natural and synthetic handle materials used to create Case knives, including bone, stag, pearl, wood, family and colorful celluloid, plastic and metal