1985 cripple creek indian lore buffalo trace knife. Estimated value $150
cripple creek indian lore knife. hard to find estimated value $150
“Ron Little was a wildlife biologist with the Georgia Game and Fish Commission back in the 70s. He specialized in whitetail deer management and consequently did a lot of work at check stations. From field & stream 1975 “one of the outstanding folder specialist is Ron Little of ring gold Georgia. Little got into the business because he wasn’t happy with store bought knives and decided to make his own.Ron crafts proper pocket size knife of 0-1 or a-2 steels with a rockwell hardness of 58 and 60 respectively.Few sportsmen have had as much experience using a knife on game than Ron Little. Part of his job is working game check stations during anterless deer hunt and removing the reproductive organs for laboratory analysis. On average Ron handles 100 deer a day. Ron says “I work pretty fast ,used two folders and had to stop and resharpen a couple of times, but I got the job done.” Sadly Ron died at a young age in 1977. His knives are highly collectable and hard to find. This knife is mint , fits the hand like a glove, great back spring. estimated value $400
BOB OGG. One of the first custom knife makers in the united states during the 20th century. He made original custom folders and fixed blade knives for more than 60 years, He enjoyed using wood and stag for his handles Bob made his first knives while working on the wood oil rigs, forging his knives from spike. He began selling knives in 1964. estimated value $ 500 . Very hard to find, a great custom knife for any collection.
In this space I will show you some very rare and unusual knives and bayonets. Hopefully along the way I can educate you on some of the knives and makers from a Bob ogg slipjoint to a wilder tools 1943 bayonet. Included in this site are some very nice mint case knives and boxes. There is also a collection of some very rare Celuloid knife sharpeners. This site is a work in progress. Stop back as there will always be something new