Marbles 120th-Anniversary Ideal Stack Fixed Bladesearch

Marbles 120th-Anniversary Ideal Stack Fixed Blade

Marbles 120th-Anniversary Ideal Stack Fixed Blade

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Wow! I just inherited one of these from my grandfather. It appears to have been made before 1953. I had no idea that they were still in production!
Neblin7
Mables first sold the Ideal in 1899, so it came first, and I believe Ka-Bar was around 1940 ish.
JimmyP
The USMC fighting knife was inspired by the Marbles Ideal and made by a half a dozen companies (Camillus, Ontario, etc) during and after the war including the Union Cutlery Co known today as Ka-Bar Knives.
Beautiful knife. Even if I could swing the cost, I’m not sure I could ever bring myself to use it.
Nice! Made in the USA and A2. Mike Stewart? I have a 7.5" Marbles Trailmaker in 5160 and Stag; a Blackjack Applegate in A2 with a handle crack at the lanyard tube; and an Effingham Ek. I'd love to build a BRK&T Kephart in 3V (or A2) at one of the Grind-Ins, but haven't been able to make it happen yet. Oh I forgot, also a Pacific Cutlery Fer de Lance(David Steele design).
LuckyC
Yep, Mike Stewart (Bark River) are making all the current A2 Marbles. A Grind In would be awesome! but being in Oz I will probably never get to one....
The 100th Anniversary Woodcraft Marbles was $190 at DLT Trading. I got it for even less with an additional discount. This is a beautiful piece, but I just might pass.
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I cannot answer your question about the 100th anniversary blade being 20 years old. Good question for Mike Stewart & Jason Thoune.
Groovedaddy
It's the 120th anniversary of the marvels ideal design and the other knife is the 100 year anniversary of that design
Ugh. So beautiful. But I don’t think I’ll ever use it. Too gorgeous to even leave my finger prints.
Curieux88
Even more beautiful in person!
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