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Hi, I am Steve Pfeiffer, author of the bookCollecting Case knives - Identification and Price Guide. I have been collecting, buying, and selling CASE and other brands of vintage and modern pocket knives since 1973.
I am offering some fine collectible pocket knives for sale. See my other sale listings for more collectible knives.
This is a lot of two vintage CASE pocket knives.
Each knife has CV (carbon) steel blades and red bone
These are used knives with some issues.
See details below for each knife.
Knife #1 – CASE XX USA 1965-69 stamp.
6488 large congress pattern, 4-1/8” closed.
Red bone handles have pocket wear.
The front handle has a faint hairline under the center pin.
The blades have all been used and sharpened, with loss from
All blades have dark patina, stains.
All blades have strong snap with half stops, no side play.
The blades need adjustment – the spear blade strikes the pen
blade on closing.
It appears that the pen blade is bent.
Knife #2 – CASE XX USA 1965-69 stamp.
6232 jack pattern, 3-5/8” closed.
Red bone handles have no cracks or chips.
Blades are near full and have patina.
The pen blade has strong snap with half stop, no wobble.
The main clip blade has some wear on the tang, does snap
both ways but not as strong, has tiny hint of wobble.
My Stock Number S9542
The knife shown in the photos is the exact knife that you will receive.
All knives will be shipped promptly to you in a sturdy corrugated box.
Sales to USA Locations Only - Buyer must be at least 18 years of age.
Some states have started requiring to collect sales tax on items going to these states. has a list of those states that have started collecting sales tax in 2019 on online purchases. This is nothing I have control over and the sales tax is automatically added to your total by if you reside in one of these states.
See my other listings for more collectible knives.
Any knives listed as having BONE handles have handles made of Bovine bone from the South American Zebu cattle.
Any knives listed as having STAG handles have handles made of Sambar deer antler - naturally shed.