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  1. Round knives seem to be very expensive apart from these two which are affordable Does anyone have any experience of either or even the c.s osborne about double the price
  2. Have some round/head knives for sale. They're sharp and ready to use. Prices are plus shipping, which should likely be $8 to $9. I'm only shipping to the U.S. at this time. #1 is a Gomph that measures 4 1/2 inches wide. Blade and ferrule are tight in the handle. $120. #2 is another Gomph. This one measures 4 7/8th inches wide. Blade and ferrule are tight. Someone lightly scratched the name "G.B. Sullivan" in the blade. Also, on that side in the ferrule are stamped the initials J.J.P. $120 #3 is a William Rose that measures 5 1/8th inches wide. Has a crack in the ferrule. Blade and ferrule are tight. $120 #4 is a William Rose that measures about 5 1/16th inches wide. The markings are mostly gone. You can just see the remnants of the "W.Rose" over "West Phila" Markings. Really just enough to tell that's what it is. I bought it believing from the looks of the blade, ferrule, and handle, that it was a Rose. Was pleasantly surprised to find the remnants of the markings while sanding the blade. It has a small crack in the handle, and the blade is a little crooked (by about 2 to 3 degrees) but the blade and ferrule are tight. If you'd like to try a crazy sharp Rose, here's a good opportunity. $85 #5. Here's a very rare Henckels round knife. It measures 4 7/8th inches wide. The ferrule has some movement fore and aft, but the blade is tight. $150 #6 is another Henckels (I've actually managed to acquire 3 Henckels over the years). This one measures 5 1/4th inches wide. The ferrule has some movement. There's also some very very slight movement in the handle. I've never felt it while cutting with it. The letter "W" is stamped on one side of the ferrule. $150 Paul
  3. Hi I just found out I owe the IRS a ton of money and I am looking around my shop for stuff to sell. I never use this knife the blade is 6 inches and it is way too big for me. I can't read the name on it, I know it is old I got it as part of a craigslist purchase years ago from someone selling her grandfather's tools. I don't know what it is worth. It is sharp enough to take hair off your arm. You can email me at lifttek@aol.com. Thanks for looking.
  4. bikermutt07

    YAYYY!!!! Knipknives

    My collection is now complete (as far as I'm concerned for now). I started with the French style head knife over a year ago. Then a forum member sold me the long knife. Now I finally have the curved detail knife. Man what a cutter. Terry Knipschield, if you didn't know, is a custom knife maker. One of the few that build custom leather knives, period. There just aren't many out there. Terry makes a super sharp quality knife. He does a terrific job on every one I have seen, which are these three. It took about 3 months to get my first knife. It took 6 months to get the curved detail knife. And let me tell you right now, the are worth every minute of the wait. Every minute. Mr. Knipschield is a man who has been making knives for over thirty years. But, he is a one man show. He won't sacrifice quality for quantity. He just won't. And that's why I don't mind waiting for his work. I am a hobbyist and can afford the wait, and his prices are overly reasonable to me. Each order I have placed I politely let him know that I was willing to wait and I promised not to pester him. Things happen in small business that consumers just never consider. One man businesses get sick, have to have a day off at least once a month, and sometimes they just need a minute to get back to their bearings. Having been in business before I can totally relate to this scenario. I am very proud to have been blessed with some of Terry's work. Just wanted to share. Thanks.
  5. zuludog

    Round knife offer

    At the moment Tandy are offering their Al Stohlman Round Knife # 35014 - 00 at a reduced price. In Britain it is currently £35-90 compared to the usual full price of £71-87 Is it worth getting?
  6. Oldtoolsniper

    Rose Head Knife Clean Up And Repair

    An old Rose head knife I picked up for next to nothing. You can see why from the first picture, she was a little rough. That being said I'm a firm believer that if it's beyond repair you may as well try and repair it because it can't get any broker! I know that's not proper but broken won't work and broked ain't a word for that sentence either. The first picture shows the knife as it was when I got it. The second shows the handle removed. It's a 5/32" steel pin for those interested in knowing the pin size. Picture three shows it back together. Picture four is just closer so you can see I did not remove every pit down flush from the blade. It is also not sharpend yet. The inlays are Ivory from a late 1800's piano keyboard they are 3/8" and cover a repair to the handle. The pin holding the blade has been replaced by a 5/32" brass rod. The missing wood around the pin was replaced with epxoy mixed with sanding dust from the handle. The handle is walnut and I chose to repair it rather than replace it. I tried to keed everything as original as I could on this. Total time invested was about four hours. That's actually working on it, not drying time or breaks from sanding out rust pits. I have a lot experience with restoring old woodworking tools and I am a woodworker with all the tools to build whatever I need. I'm saying that because doing this sort of thing can overwhelm folks who are not prepared. It's also not a cheap way to get a tool if you charge an hourly rate for your time. Having to buy all the tools would really make the price jump. I used Ivory key from piano Two 1 x 30 belt sanders 120 through 2000 grit 1 drill press 4 sizes of drill bits Shims and scrap boards to level handle for drilling I 3/8" drill hole punch made from pipe to cut inlays Wet/dry sandpaper from 80 grit to 2000 grit Mineral oil for sandpaper lube Bolt cutter Dremel tool Dremel grinding stones 5/32" brass rod Buffer 4 different buffing wheels with different compound on each wheel Epoxy Bodied linseed oil/varnish/mineral spirits 1/3, 1/3, 1/3 mix Rubber gloves Lots of blue tape on edges ( even dull they cut flesh) Band-aids Safety glasses A bunch of other stuff I forgot Lots of patience The last one is the most important. Stop and leave it alone. Think through the problem and go back to it. I'm working on a few more. Each manufacture did things in their own way. I'm sure over the years the methods vary within the same manufacturer. The Dixon I'm working on has a rosewood handle that is simply driven on the tang. Two brass tacks hold the ferrule on and have caused the wood to split out over the years. You can see that handle in picture three in the background. I'm pointing that out so anyone who wishes to do this will take the time to figure out how to take the one they have apart.
  7. I am essentially giving away these hand tools, caranuba wax, tiger thread, strap cutter, etc. Must take everything pictured. Over $300 total value.You pay $25.00 plus $15.00 shipping and it's yours.
  8. AndersenLeather

    Round knife shapening jig

    I have made a couple of sharpening jigs for round knifes before. This is version 3 and so far it works out great. It is not pretty as it was build with very limited tools. For a bit more information go here: http://andersenleather.blogspot.com/2016/08/round-knife-sharpening-jig-version-3.html
  9. billybopp

    Osborne "X" knives

    For all the tool experts here: I often look around at round knives on eBay and elsewhere on the big bad internet, and often see round knives by CS Osborne, and occasionally other makers marked with an X, XX, or XXX. Does anybody have a clue what, if anything, those marks mean?? Bill
  10. Squilchuck

    Maker of this round knife?

    Can anyone identify the maker of this round knife that I bought at the Proleptic sale last year? I love the shape and edge on it, so am curious to know its provenance.
  11. Art

    The Sharpen It! Forum

    We get a lot of interest on leatherworker.net about the subjects of knifemaking and sharpening. This applies to pretty much all leather edged tools. This forum is here to collect all of this information for use by those who want to know sharp from dull, and from screaming (or bleeding) sharp to just adequate. I will be your forum sponsor and moderator, as such, I am pretty freewheeling, and will participate as much as needed and also as much as possible. We have a lot of well known knifemakers and sheathmakers who lurk in the other forums and who I hope will find a home here. I got into leatherworking because I needed sheaths for my knives; and nobody ever made one for me that I liked. I also got into sharpening when a few of my friends in the food service industry asked me to teach them how to sharpen; it went crazy from there. I was doing that after work and on weekends to the point where I couldn't take on any more work. So come on aboard and ask questions or whatever, help when you can, everyone needs to learn. Art
  12. Hello All, Please help save my Round knife. On the advice a neighbour I sent my Round Knife to have the brass ferule fixed. Please view the image of the result - they have ruined the knife. It is my favourite tool and have been using it for the last 20 years. Is it worth saving or repairing and if so how and where? Ideally UK based but willing to send further afield if needed. I believe that the newer versions of the same knife are not so good in quality (Osborne Round knife). Any advise welcome. #heartbroken! Kindest regards JCUK
  13. Just started cleaning this one up. Got the layer of rust removed and found the name Francis & Ward on the knife. Only information I can find is a little bit on Bruce Johnsons tool site. As you can see she's been used and sharpened quite a bit. Looking for any information on the maker. As always Thanks.
  14. For sale, various saddle making tools. All in very good condition. Priced as listed plus shipping. Message me if interested. 1. Saddler's hammer, CS Osborne. Price $80. 2. Cantle Pincers, CS Osborne, #10 forged, smooth jaws. Price $40. 3. Cantle binding trimmer, Jeremiah Watt's Horse shoe brand, very sharp and ready to use. Price $50 4. Round knife, CS Osborne #70 5" blade, very sharp and ready to use. Price $40 5. Concho cutter, Weaver Master Tools # 65-5001 2", for use with 1 1/2" conchos, makes perfect 2" leather rosettes. Condition is like new in the box. Price $70. 6. Collar Awl, CS Osborne, 10", very sharp and like new condition. Price $20. 7. Heritage draw gauge, cuts straps up to 4" wide. Stainless steel. Like new. Price $20.
  15. nordicdistrict

    Restoration Of Blanchard Head Knife

    Hi there, So I just received this head knife and it has obviously seen some years and could use a little restoration. I was kind of surprised that the knife still had a reasonable edge and it should turn great with a bit of sharpening. I also want to clean and polish the blade to bring the shine back, but I've never restored a tool before and I'm not sure where to start and with what. Can I do this by myself or should I pay to get it done professionally? Another pic:
  16. lightningad

    Magnetic Round Knife holder

    From the album: A Newbies Progress

    A simple tool carousel that holds all the tools i want close at hand when leatherworking. Its made from a recycled adjustable wooden stool with a rotating seat. The legs were chopped off, then holes cut for the tools. It was bolted in the corner between two perpendicular benches, to allow the spiral shaft to remain, and thus it can still spin and rise/fall as required. A coupke of magnets were embedded in the rear of one leg so my round knife can be stored safely out of the way but remain instantly accesible.

    © ©2014 Barkingrooster.co.uk

  17. I have two Tandy / Stohlman Round Knives For Sale or Trade $40 each OBO plus shipping or $70 plus shipping for the pair. I am open to trades, let me know what you have. They are Tandy item 35014-00 for the bigger one and 35017-00 for the smaller one. Both have very limited use and look brand new. I got them with a set of tools I bought and didn't need these.
  18. Tex Shooter

    Cobblers Son Goes Barefoot

    I have had this C. S. Osborne round knife for years and always had it in a cardboard sheath. I found a couple of pieces of oil tan scrap in my box today and knocked out this simple sheath for it. I don't know if this knife was made that way at the factory, but the radius and angle is different on each side of the knife. If someone reshaped this very old knife they done a excellent job of re-sharpening it. I have never been one to make anything fancy, but have always made my leather simple and functional. I have found that the ranchers that are the end users on my products prefer that. -- Tex
  19. This thing is such a work of art, I HAVE to show it off here. I don't even have it in my hands yet. Paul did such a great job on it!!!! I'm kind of speechless over how it came out, so I'll just let the knife do the talking
  20. On Ebay you wll find three auctions running until Sun., 3-6; one of all the old Osborne's INCLUDING an original Osborne-labeled box. An auction for a rare, unmusual 1903 slide-action punch for auction on Ebay. And the third auction for two separate large lots of GLOVER'S needles, new/old stock. Startind mext Thurs. the 11th on Ebay, I will have 2 lots of LANDIS #13 NEEDLES for #3 & #16 Landis machines, 2 large lots of LANDIS # 16 AWLS for the same machines, and 2 large lots of "stabbing" awls. Let me know if you have any questionms. Bill Lawrence bill3rd@teleport.com
  21. Dangerous Beans

    Head Knife, Round Knife.

    I'm looking for a nice and decent full round knife. I don't want a new Osbourn or Dixon, they are a bit thin and not high quality steel. Something a little different and a bit of a show piece, whilst being practice and functional. 4.5 to 6 inch, and in good condition. I'm in the UK so if your accross the pond, let me know what the shipping will be. Any and all considered, I'll even look at a half round if its nice. Nigel