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Any ideas of what a Buck 110 folding knife might be worth?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Dag, May 8, 2014.

  1. Dag

    Dag Pro Poster

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    As the title suggests I have a USA manf'd Buck 110 knife complete with sheath, original box, care notes , and a prayer from Al Buck to the Senior Partner!
    Never used, blade as keen as the day it left El Cajon, California
    I'm not a hunting person so thought it might be worth finding out the value as present day ( quite possibly made in China) versions seem quite expensive.
    Any ideas ?
    Dag
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    new around £50...to sell on as used around £25...thats what i got for mine anyways
     
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    They are only worth more than £25 if they are old, or limited runs. Your knife looks like an older model as the brass bolsters are more square. Do you know how old it is?

    They make alright general purpose pocket knives and hunting knives, but they really aren't up to tough use. At least the latest models aren't anyway, they are particularly sloppy out the factory and often riddled with quality control issues. I had 4, 1 assembled by the factory specially for me and I was still finding obvious faults.

    This is why older models are wanted, they were once made to a good standard and worth the price tag (30 dollars back then, still 30 now but they've cheaped out to keep it the same price).
     
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    agreed about 25 - 30 squid
     
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    Thanks for that info Samon and to the others who replied. . I was given it in 1979/80, definitely no earlier almost certainly no later.
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    Although I'm not a collector perse, i know a lot of people collect old 110s. I'd guess this is worth around £50-70 maybe more as it looks pretty clean!
     
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    Over at british blades is probably the best place to ask but I doubt that it would be worth more than £40 unless it's a limited edition, I have googled "tylan 200" and I can only get reference to the buck 112 are you sure it's a 110?
     
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    I'll look there, thanks. Tylan 200 is an agricultural antibiotic for chickens etc. It was a promotional gift from the company I worked for to Vets etc. At the base of the blade the 110 is stamped along with Buck and USA
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