The History of Hammer Brand Knives:

Hammer brand was originally a trademark of the old times New York Knife
Company, and was started around 1880.  Like many of the old knife
companies, New York Knife ceased operations in 1931 during the great
depression. Subsequently the trademark was purchased by Schrade Cutlery,
and has remained dormant for many years. Schrade is now reintroducing this
proud old brand, and producing a new line of Hammer Brand Knives. These
knives have a very nice retro look to them both in the "old timey" colors and
jigging styles of the bone, and the patterns themselves most of which are
older knife patterns that you just don't see too much anymore. So get in on
the ground floor of this great addition to the knife marketplace! ... FYI the
new knives are "made in China."
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