ROBESON MASTERCRAFT LONG BOLSTER LARGE CONGRESS KNIFE, RARE AND HIGHLY COLLECTIBLE
Robeson Cutlery Company was founded in 1894 in Camillus, New York, and made its own knives until 1960. At that time, they contracted Camillus Cutlery to manufacture their knives. In 1971, Ontario Knife Company bought Robeson and continued to utilize the trademark until 1977 when the Robeson brand was discontinued.
This knife is manufactured by Queen Cutlery Company, utilizing the same top-quality natural materials as the early Robesons. It is highly collectible and in excellent original condition.
- Ivory handle scales, with no chips or cracks
- Mirror polished, factory sharpened blades
- Long nickel silver bolsters stamped RCC
- Brass liners and pins
- Master blade etched ROBESON - Mastercraft
- Secondary blade etched 1 of 100
- Master blade tang stamped Robeson Mastercrat U.S.A. Reverse tang stamped Queen Cut. Co., Tuitusville, PA
- Secondary blade tang stamped Queen Cut. Co, Titusville, PA. Reverse tang stamped Robeson Mastercraft, U.S.A.
- Both pen blades are tang stamped ROBESON, U.S.A.
- All four blades have great snap.
- New in the box, never used, carried or sharpened.
- As shown in the photo, the back handle scale has some discoloration at the center pin.
- The knife measures 4 inches closed.
- Packaged in the original two-piece Robeson Cutlery/Queen Cutlery box.
- This knife is manufactured by Queen Cutlery in Titusville, PA, USA.