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Turn of the century wrought iron knife

Boblincoln541

New member
Found this beauty in SW Oregon. Its wrought Iron...
A friend of mine told me about a small town around the turn of the century that had wrought iron fencing. He said guys would take pieces of it, and fabricate these knifes from it. That's all he can remember. Any further information would be greatly appreciated.
Thank You
 

Ronstar

Well-known member
Picture???? Cool find by the story...... I dug a fairly old double sided ace head a couple years ago. Then found three of four cast iron stove legs. A bit later the name plate on the door!!!
 

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Boblincoln541

New member
HELP I can't figure out how to post pictures to this forum.
Found this beauty in SW Oregon. Its wrought Iron...
A friend of mine told me about a small town around the turn of the century that had wrought iron fencing. He said guys would take pieces of it, and fabricate these knifes from it. That's all he can remember. Any further information would be greatly appreciated.
Thank You
Picture???? Cool find by the story...... I dug a fairly old double sided ace head a couple years ago. Then found three of four cast iron stove legs. A bit later the name plate on the door!!!
 
just practicing with a picture
all i had to do after clicking attach files was navigate to my pictures folder, or where ever the picture is located.
There is no way i know of to go directly from your camera, or smartphone, or scanner directly
you need to save the picture to a folder on your computer
if you are using a smartphone there is probably a way but i don't know that answer

doyle
 

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It is possible your picture is too large.
Many times the default setting of picture sizes for digital cameras, and for smartphones is far too large for the forum and other online sites
What size is your picture in Megabytes? Do you know? If so, maybe you could email them to me and I could use my photo program to resize for you and email back.
doyle
 
Turn Of The Century Wrought Iron Knife --- Pictures Attached Here

Ok Bob;
I just saved your FB pictures to my computer and am uploading them attached to this message.
 

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Ronstar

Well-known member
Ok. Officially beats my axe head!!! Nice find
 
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