VALLEY FORGE CUTLERY COMPANY POCKET KNIVES 1920 OFFERINGS

VALLEY FORGE CUTLERY COMPANY Manufacturers of High Grade Pocket Knives
BOKER CUTLERY & HARDWARE CO., INC., OWNERS Newark, N. J., U. S. A.
FOREIGN REPRESENTATIVES Melbourne — W. H. Rough ton Shanghai and Calcutta —Dodge & Seymour, Ltd. Buenos Aires —Victor Salz

Fig. 1 Factory at Newark New Jersey Yearly production, 2 000 000 knives.
All weights given below are net per dozen knives
Fig. 2. No. 2988 B. H. Three blades: spear, spey and pen; buffalo horn “Pyralin” handle - brass lined; nickel silver bolsters. 3% in. (83 mm.); 1 lb. 10 oz. (0.74 kg’.).
Fig. 3. No. 3054 Three blades: spear, pen and file; selected pearl handle • nickel silver lining; full polished. 3 in. (76 mm.); 11 oz. (0.31 kg)
Fig. 4. No. 3504 Two blades: spear and pen; pearl handle; Brass lined; nickel silver tips and shackle. 3 1/8 in. (79 mm.); 12 oz. (0.34 kg.).
Fig. 5. No. 583 Cattle Knife Three blades: spear, sheep foot and pen; stag handle; brass lined; nickel silver bolsters. 35/8 in. (92 mm.); 2 lb. 10 oz. (1.19 kg.).
Fig. 6 No. 14 Two blades: large spear and punch; cocoa or rose handle; brass lined; Polished steel bolster with shackle. 3% in- (83 mm.); 1 lb. 15 oz. (0.88 kg.).
Fig. 7. No. 488, Premium Stock Pattern Three blades: clip, sheep foot and spey; stag handle; brass lined; nickel silver bolsters. 4 in. <102 mm.) ; 2 lb. 4 oz. (1.02 kg.).
Fig. 8 No. 0263 Four blades: clip, pen, sheep foot and spey: stag handle: brass lined; nickel silver bolsters. 4 in. (102 mm.); 2 lb. 6 oz. (1.08 kg.).
Fig. 9. No. 0868, The Famous “Boy Scout” Knife - Four blades: spear, punch, can-opener and screwdriver-cap-lifter; brass lined: nickel silver bolsters and shackle. 3% in. (92 mm.); 3 lb. 1 oz. (1.39 kg.).
Fig. 10. No. 2288 Three blades: spear, pen and file; stag handle; brass lined; nickel silver tips. 3% in (79 mm.); 1 lb. 1 oz. (0.48 kg.).
The Valley Forge Cutlery Co. manufactures a full line of high grade pocket knives. All Valley Forge blades are made from finest crucible bar steel, forged, hardened and tempered to individual perfection according to approved scientific methods, resulting in “blades that stay sharp.”

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