Miscellaneous

What is my Old Timer knife worth?

What is my Old Timer knife worth?

Knives in good condition regularly appear on specialty sites like The Knife Auction and also on more general auction sites like eBay and BizRate. $10 to $20 is the typical final price for most models here as well, with larger versions going for as much as $50 or more.

Does Old Timer make good knives?

They’re very good knives and outstanding bargains. This is an updated copy of the original 8OT Schrade Old Timer. It is 3 7/8″ in length closed and that makes it a very easy pocket carry knife. It’s also big enough to fit into your hands and be manipulated without feeling too small you might cut yourself.

How old is my Schrade Old Timer?

The easiest way to narrow down an age range for a Schrade knife is a glance at the knife’s tang stamp. This stamp, located near the base of the knife blade, identifies the brand of the knife. Schrade Cutlery Company changed the tang stamp, or logo, numerous times over the years.

Does Schrade own Old Timer?

The Schrade name was purchased by Taylor Brands LLC, who continue to manufacture products under the Schrade brand as well as Old Timer, Uncle Henry, Imperial & Smith & Wesson knives.

Where are old timer knives?

China
Taylor Brands manufactures various legacy Schrade knives and other popular brands such as Old Timer, Uncle Henry, Imperial, and Smith & Wesson. Most of these knives are manufactured today in China. The Schrade Old Timer is a traditional American knife that’s been around just as long as the country.

Are Old Timer knives made in USA?

Taylor Brands manufactures various legacy Schrade knives and other popular brands such as Old Timer, Uncle Henry, Imperial, and Smith & Wesson. Most of these knives are manufactured today in China. The Schrade Old Timer is a traditional American knife that’s been around just as long as the country.

Are Old Timer knives made in the US?