🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Pocket knife?

njrelicgairl

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Found this in what was once part of a field. Behind a old school. Could this be part of an pocket knife?
 

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As Kray mentioned, it could be from any number of things. If you're able to post a few more pics of the piece, we may be able to assist you in identifying what it's from. My first thought was a 'steak knife handle'. :icon_scratch:
 
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As Kray mentioned, it could be from any number of things. If you're able to post a few more pics of the piece, we may be able to assist you in identifying what it's from. My first thought was a 'steak knife handle'. :icon_scratch:
Yes,I can post some More pictures.
 
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As Kray mentioned, it could be from any number of things. If you're able to post a few more pics of the piece, we may be able to assist you in identifying what it's from. My first thought was a 'steak knife handle'. :icon_scratch:
More photos.
 

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Yes, I can post some More pictures.
Thanks for the follow-up pics NJ. :thumbsup:
As Kray said, it's very likely an early pocket knife.

But it does have a similar shape to a folding straight blade shaving razor that I found years ago. :icon_scratch:
Dave
 

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