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Diamond D knives #8549617 03/06/22 11:24 PM
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I have a couple of hunting and bowie knife where the only markers mark is a square to look like a diamond around a capital D. Does anyone know the history of the craftsman that made these knives? I am assuming it would be a Texas/Oklahoma based business. Any help would be appreciated.

Re: Diamond D knives [Re: wtjim] #8549992 03/07/22 02:06 PM
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Re: Diamond D knives [Re: wtjim] #8550796 03/08/22 12:38 PM
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Pretty close but these must be early models as the trademark I found for Bouldinghouse is different. The trademark on these knives are stamped in metal not etched or laser inscribed, the corners arent connected but the straight lines make the diamond shape.

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