Identifying An Imperial Knife

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- Those tang stamps look almost exactly like these, which I had saved from another thread somewhere back. It looks like they came from Knife World, however, I don 't know who to give credit to. [IMG] To the best of my knowledge, these are the only record of stamps I have ever seen. However, my . - Check the identification guide. Knives produced between bore tang stamps that read "Imperial Knife Co.," "Imperial Prov.R.I." or "Imperial Made in USA." The script came in several different varieties. Identify Imperial knives produced under the "Hammernd" by the tang stamp that bears the . - Re: Imperial identification question. Postby orvet " Sun 7:31 pm. Hi Ken, Welcome to AAPK! ::welcome:: It appears you have a Jackmaster #801. It should be 3-1/8" in length when closed. If you look at the ends of the knife on either side is a tab that holds that handle half in place. Each handle .Imperial was used as and name until 1988, when it was discontinued and replaced by the Schrade name. AAPK will often have some great old examples of this knifend for sale..

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