Queen knives dating
The Schatt & Morgan line is famous for its high level of fit and finish, the sort of quality you might expect from a knife meant only to be a collector.These knives are capable of much more, however -- so slide it into your pocket or, if you like, simply display it with pride.Case has become the undisputed favorite of knife collectors for a variety of reasons including the rich heritage, quality and variety of knives.However, the Case dating system also adds to the appeal and collectibility because the knives can be easily identified and dated.Vintage and contemporary Queen knives are easily identified.
Queen isn’t the first traditional knife maker to face hard times in recent years. Competition in the traditional knife market is fierce as leading knife companies tap into the traditional market with popular designs like the Benchmade Proper and the Spyderco Roadie.
Queen Cutlery is closing the doors to its Titusville, PA facility after more than 90 years in the business.
The announcement came through the company’s official Facebook page and cited monetary issues as the reason for the closure: Kenneth Daniels CEO and President of Queen Cutlery has announced effective January 10, 2018, that due to issues with cash flow, Queen Cutlery Company has been forced to cease all production and close its Titusville Pennsylvania facility, and furlough its employees while it goes through a period of reorganization.
Queen Cutlery is still in the original factory building and uses some of the old Schatt & Morgan equipment, tooling and processes to make their knives.
Identification of modern and contemporary Queen knives is easily done by their large blade etched company logo reading: Queen Cutlery Co.