Knives made by the Schrade Cutlery Company are still prized and sought after by collectors and fans of knives all over the world. This stamp, located near the base of the knife blade, identifies the brand of the knife. Schrade Cutlery Company changed the tang stamp, or logo, numerous times over the years.
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Old Timer Knives manufactured by the Imperial Schrade Corporation closed their doors July 30,after years of business. There will be no more original Schrade Old Timer knives produced. However popular name brands and designs are in demand by the public, and as Mark Twain once said, "Reports of my Demise are Greatly Exaggerated".
For many, the mere mention of Old Timer knives elicits positive feelings of warm summer evenings wandering through the woods or whittling small trinkets on the back porch. Even after 55 years, Old Timer knives remain popular, whether it's because the name itself means so much to so many people or the knives still carry a lure in their appearance and construction probably a bit of both. Despite the enduring legacy of a brand commonly associated with quality and dependability, Old Timer has been on a long, winding road with many obstacles along the way.
Beginning as Schrade Cutlery inthe Old Timers consisted of traditional jackknives, fixed-bladed knives, folding knives and other pieces that captured the spirit of the nation's pioneering backwoodsmen. The company closed its doors in Masterpieces of their kind, Schrade Old Timer Knives are prized by collectors and outdoor enthusiasts.
Imperial Schrade Corp. The consolidation of five forerunner companies,  including its namesakes, the Imperial Knife Companyfoundedand the Schrade Cutlery Companyfounded inImperial Schrade manufactured its products in the United States and Ireland and sold through hardware stores, department stores, and on military bases. The original company's fortunes declined and in it entered into bankruptcy where all equipment and intellectual property was sold off to reimburse creditors. The name and intellectual property but not the factory nor equipment was bought by Taylor Brands and used for marketing purposes.