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The 1970s series designed by Blackie Collins.



Early 1980s Sportsmans series.


Blue boot knife.



Boot knife from Vermont Knives, Inc. I believe these came after S&W dropped the
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Series from the mid 1990s.
I thought these to be USA manufacture but the one boot knife on the right says R.O.C.





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Custom Series from late 1990s.




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144th and 145th Anniversary kinives.






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Taylor Cutlery.... U.S.A. made?
One Turquoise knife is marked Seki, Japan.





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Gerber limited edition.


China manufactured


Collector series from China and Anniversary knives from Seki, Japan.



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wow you have an amazing S&W knife collection, I love those bootknives
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GREAT POST,you have lots I've never seen before.Good job.
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Outstanding collection and fabulous post . . . thanks for sharing.

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Outstanding !!!! That is quite an extensive collection. It covers every genre....thanks for sharing.

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Taylor Cutlery.... U.S.A. made?
One Turquoise knife is marked Seki, Japan.
Impressive collection of knives! Seki is a city in Japan known for quality production knives, like Solingen in Germany or Sheffield in England. Very hard, if not impossible, to know which plant made it as practically all Pacific Rim production is through factors. These agents, or brokers, get the knives produced and the marketing company here often doesn't even know who the factory is or where.

The U. S. A. marked knives are probably not made in the US. Knives are commonly marked with the seller's name and location and not necessarily that of the factory. Knives are supposed to be marked with country of origin but often aren't(or marked under scales and other places it can't be seen). The Chinese and Pakistani's are particularly bad about marking knives as US made that are not.

Again, impressive collection there...Bob
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Awesome collection.

I'm drooling.

The only one I have is the 144th Anniversary Bowie.

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My first S&W folder. The D.C. is my first knife
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Here is a rare bird!

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thanks to ko41 finally have my 6041 that have been looking for for 20 years


this one not a SW but made by another forum member
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Awesome pictures. I'm especially curious about the circled knife in the attached photo. Any info on msrp, value, specific name/use...anything. Thanks for your help.
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Awesome pictures. I'm especially curious about the circled knife in the attached photo. Any info on msrp, value, specific name/use...anything. Thanks for your help.
That is the model 6080 heavy duty hunting knife with a 4 3/4" blade.
I bought that one in the early '80s for ?? ...todays value maybe $40 - $65.

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What is the approximate value of that knife? I have one and may be interested in selling it.

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What is the approximate value of that knife? I have one and may be interested in selling it.

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or post here as others may be interested to know the value.
Hello jed,
My best guess for one that hasn't been used or re-sharpened, and comes with the box and sheath would be anywhere from $65 to $110.

If bk43 stops by he might have a more informed opinion on the value as he seems to be more in touch with the knife collecting world.


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I had absolutely NO idea that this variety of quality knives exist. A wonderful post, a real surprise. Great collection.
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Hello jed,
My best guess for one that hasn't been used or re-sharpened, and comes with the box and sheath would be anywhere from $65 to $110.

If bk43 stops by he might have a more informed opinion on the value as he seems to be more in touch with the knife collecting world.


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Ya' know, I have no clue. The market seems to have just gone nuts the last several weeks. Recent Taylor imports that used to be $20 - $30 are now under $10. I've seen eighties USA made that were $50 - $75 now selling under $25. You don't see many of the Blackie Collins designs for sale but you could count on $100 - $125 or better in the past. There's a Collins folder on fleabay right now and it's only at $67 with a day to go. It should be $50 higher than that IMHO.

If I were jed, I'd hold on to the knife if possible. Let the market settle down and come back to where it should be.

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Buzzardbilly
I like your knife I sent you and email about it, here is mine it is a Smith & Wesson made in 1974 it has a Solid Sterling Silver Crossguard and pommel.
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great stuff!
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Fantastic collection...I've been collecting S&W knives for over 30yrs....I am very interested in collecting these knives (have over 400)...how long have you been collecting S&W knives? I may be helpful in answering any questions that you may have concerning models etc.
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Nice knife stimstools!
Here is another I have...(-:


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Fantastic collection!

Thanks much for sharing these pictures!
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I would love to have at least one of those Collector Series knives in my collection.
Very nice knives Tim and BB.

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SW990 knife with Sigma SW40VE & 4003
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Nice collection ! Its hard to stop once you start. But its enjoyable.
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i was just curious if you could tell me alil about the 1980's sportsman series i own the knife third down on the right (middle knife on right side with brass finger guard or pommel i think its called) it looks all the same but the blade stamping on yours is on the opposite side as mine and mine does not have the black Smith & Wesson print. the blade of my knife says Stainless close to the finger guard and is blank on
USA the other side. please tell me anything you can tell me about this knife. it was given to me by my grandfather and am curious to know more about it. - david
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Welcome to the forum. The knife was produced at the S&W plant in Houlton, ME as part of the American Series. It's a light, general duty knife with a 440 steel blade and a rubber handle called the Posi-Grip handle. That knife had two stock numbers, #6085 and #330400, but I have no idea why. They were designed by Robert Ferraro.

The knives from the 1980's are good quality, well made production products. Collector interest is minimal but I'm sure that means nothing to you since your knife is a family heirloom.

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Series from the mid 1990s.
I thought these to be USA manufacture but the one boot knife on the right says R.O.C.



I have two like the two you have pictured top center.

Any idea of value in near mint condition with box?

Thanks.
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2002 Golden Anniversary knife:
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I have two like the two you have pictured top center.

Any idea of value in near mint condition with box?

Thanks.
Retail price in 1996 was $55.95; Dealer price was $27.95 .....I don't think there is much of a collector interest in these $30-$50.

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beautiful collection...that 70's series is over the top!
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Awesome collection

I just picked up one of the 70's series knifes with sheath/no box

In the first picture it would be on the far left vertically positioned
I bought it for my son

Is that particular one worth much in very good shape?
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going to be a working knife

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You certainly have one of kind collections, truly awesome!
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Matching serial numbers.
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This is my only Smith and Wesson knive. I like the design.
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That is an incredible collection KO. I think I saw one of these in your pictures. Abalone trapper.
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The model numbers are not on the knives, just the packaging and sales literature.

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Thanks KO, was the 80's the only time
"S & W" boot knives like this were made?
Approximately what do they sell for now?
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Thanks KO, was the 80's the only time
"S & W" boot knives like this were made?
Approximately what do they sell for now?
The 6051 was only made in the early '80s and made in America. There were some later boot knives starting in the mid '90s made over seas.
The original American Series 6051 usually brings $40-$80 in online auctions.

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Thanks for the info!!
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