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    Spyderco Forum Registered User Jazz's Avatar
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    Scroll down on this page to see a pic of an original. Very cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hun View Post
    These are very beautiful and collectible looking knives. It's easy to see that it's a long established tradition. I think it would be a good platform for a lot of different collectible scale types. The expanded bolsters seem to serve as a pretty effective little hilt or choil.
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    Let me just show off my Hungarian folders (originally named "fejesgorbe" = headed-curved (which is refers to the shape of the handle)



    Sorry if this is off topic a bit.
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    Jules,
    Those are very good looking knives.
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    Yes, they are. Since getting the Spyderco Hungarian, I've come to really appreciate the look of the fejesgorbe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jules View Post
    Let me just show off my Hungarian folders (originally named "fejesgorbe" = headed-curved (which is refers to the shape of the handle)

    Very nice looking knives. I can only wish that Spyderco would keep the same blade shape and grind.
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