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Plastic Resin handle messtin knife

Article about: Got this today at a garage sale for 5 bucks, never seen one with this type of handle before. Dated 1941 and made by L.F.&C. Is this type rare? and for the metal I need some help finding

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    Got this today at a garage sale for 5 bucks, never seen one with this type of handle before. Dated 1941 and made by L.F.&C. Is this type rare? and for the metal I need some help finding out who made it, and when.

    Thanks,
    George
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    Landers, Frary and Clark Plant, New Britain, Connecticut, You got a good buy on it not sure it is rare or not.

    Eric
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    Thanks Eric, it defiantly threw my for a curve when I saw. I'd been out of the loop for the better of a year now until I bought this

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    Plastic handled US ''eatin' irons'' are not that common - you don't see them too often.
    Wouldn't think they are any more valuable really, maybe a couple bucks more
    than the aluminum type. Though I am surprised they weren't .50 cents
    or $1.00 at a garage sale.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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