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    I picked these up for a good price don't know much about them 1 of 150 numbered 034 both numbered the same any help would be appreciated
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    Both are scrimshaw and 1 is SWAT
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    I wish I could help you with the history, I believe I started seeing them around the turn of the century or so. S&W did not actually make them, somebody like Taylor Cutlery most likely contracted with S&W or bought the rights to use the name.

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    Nice little collection of folding knives you got there.
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