I can still see a trace of the maker name on the blade, but considering it came from a drawer where every knife was over 75 years old I guess the wear can be forgiven. This is an 11” scimitar type butchering knife that appears to be a frontier type knife. It’s got just enough crudeness to it that I suspect it wasn’t made in a big shop. If I could read the name the odds are you’d pay more than double for this knife.
Sharpened and buffed clean.
*High carbon steel knives are highly sought after knives loved by professional and home cooks alike due to the quality of the steel, the edge it maintains and the hardness that is not matched by other knives. If you don’t believe me, take a look the opinions of Alton Brown. Please note these are NOT stainless steel knives, they do require a little bit of care (prompt washing and drying after use, occasional sharpening, etc), but hey, if you can maintain a cast iron pan you’ll find this a piece of cake. Over time they will develop a patina, and even stain. But they are probably the best quality steel knives you’ll ever use.
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