Natural Bone handles feature Gary Harbour hand scrimshaw carved handles with an American Bison Scene.
When the Hobo® (54HB) is closed, it resembles a regular Trapper. What makes this pattern unique is that once the knife is opened, the handle splits apart revealing a separate knife, and fork. These components can easily be put back together. Case produced two variations of the Hobo (‘51 and ‘52) from the early 1900’s-1940. These were made with two to four utensil implements using a can opener, soup spoon, three-prong fork, and knife blade. In 1983, Case reintroduced the Hobo (54) at 4 1/8 inches long closed.
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S&D Spinning Mill, Millbury, MA, USA
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The Dearnley Family has been running S & D Spinning since the 1800s. This is one of the last large scale wool mills left in the U.S. and they are absolutely crucial to us keeping our production here in the U.S.