Queen Copperhead Folding Hunter – Carved Amber Bone Pocketknife
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Queen (44) Bone Folding Hunter Copperhead PocketKnife
Oregon Knife Collectors Association 2014 Club Knife
Limited Edition – #34 of 50 issued
The Copperhead folding pocket knife pattern dates to the early 1900s. It differs from the standard Jack knife pattern with a bolster that bulges above the tang corners of the closed blade. This prevents the blade corner from snagging or damaging your pocket. The bolster’s bulge is said to look like a snake head and fangs in profile, hence Copperhead. This Queen reproduction of the pattern/design includes jigged bone handle scales, brass liners and pins with nickel silver bolsters. Originally sold as a set, this is the larger of the two, pattern #44. A beautiful EDC that also is an excellent folding hunting knife. This high quality PocketKnife was meticulously crafted in the USA.
- Blade: 154-CM SS – Clip Point style – OKCA 2014 etch
- Handle: Carved Honey Amber bone – nickel silver bolsters and Robeson shield inlay – brass pins and liners
- Blade Edge Length: 3.50″
- Blade Length: 4.25″
- Closed/Handle Length: 5.25″
- Overall/Open Length: 8.12″
- Carry: PocketKnife – Weight: 12 oz.
- Origin: USA – Queen Cutlery Co – Titusville, PA
Queen Cutlery Co.
Queen Cutlery was founded in 1922 and its roots trace back to the knife manufacturer Schatt & Morgan. Queen Cutlery produces classic style pocket knives while using high grade components. Most of the Queen pocket knives have D2 Tool steel blades and wood or carved stag bone handles. The entire Queen line is produced in the Titusville Factory located in Pennsylvania.