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Schatt & Morgan 2012 Heritage Series 3096 Stag Cattle Knife, 3-5/8" Closed

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Part Number: SM4534
Manufacturer: Schatt and Morgan Knives
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SM4534: 2012 Heritage Series 3096 Stag Cattle Knife
Schatt and Morgan Knives
These reproductions, titled the "HERITAGE SERIES" honor the original knives by closely reproducing the patterns, blades, bolster, liners, handle materials, and finishes. These knives are even cataloged under the original 100 year old pattern numbers. Reproductions will be limited to 300 and will use the tang stamps from both catalogs with root location of Gowanda, NY and Titusville, PA.


David Clark began his interest in pocket knives as a boy in the Ozark Mountains of North Arkansas. While a passionate collector of pocket knives over the past 30 years, David also developed a strong desire to learn the history of cutlery manufacturers. In the mid 1990's, David became acquainted with Schatt & Morgan after he purchased a few S&M reproduction knives. This in turn, spurred his interest in Queen Cutlery, the manufacturer of these Schatt & Morgan reproductions he owned, and the history of Queen Cutlery and its forerunner Schatt & Morgan Cutlery. David has contributed research and cutlery artifacts for several publications on the history of Schatt & Morgan Cutlery and The Dollar Knife Corporation. David has acquired two historic Schatt & Morgan knife catalogs, one published in 1903 and the other circa 1908.
  • All brass linings
  • German silver bolsters
  • Blades are glaze finished
  • Blade steel is forged and tempered by natural gas
  • Closed Length: 3-5/8"
  • Blade Shapes: Spear, Sheepfoot and Pen Blades
  • Handle Material: Stag Bone
  • Weight: 3.4 oz.
  • Made in USA

UPC Code: 200058

Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
Bone Handles
Bone Handles
One of the most common natural materials used in knife making, bone handles are usually textured to provide grip and can be dyed almost any color.
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Lost Angeles
May 11, 2012
Nice Knife
I have pocketed this knife a few times since I purchased it and it carries well. Nice blades, no rub between them. Great edges, and nice grinds. Now the negatives.....The kick on the main blade was too high and nearly blocked the sheepsfoot blades nail nick, so I had to file it down. the main blade and all the others were nail breakers out of the box; literally, my finger nail is currently broken at the tip. I am sure that with some use, this will become an heirloom quality knife as it came ready for a lifetime of wear. Though I think my son will enjoy the use of it much more than I will my first years breaking it in. The shield also has a bit of a large gap as if the bit used to clean out the bone was 2 or three diameters bigger than the radius of the shields corners.
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