Greetings from New Zealand. Let me introduce myself. Iím a 60 plus male with an interest in all kinds or arms. Iíve never set out to collect knives but over the years have accumulated bit of an odd ball collection. Some old, some new, some military and some civilian. There are many items in my collection that I have owned for over 40 years or more. I have never really taken the time to make a study of the knives I own but find the expert input on forums such as this a great place to start. Many knives have gone though my hands but I tend to retain those that have that special appeal regardless of their market value. Each has its own story.
Iíve just discovered this forum and have been reading a lot of the past posts. I am impressed with the friendly helpful attitude of most of the contributors. I donít think I have much to contribute in the way of advice or knowledge but I sure am enjoying the learning process.