The Spear blade features a symmetrical shape with a stronger blade tip for piercing. This heavy-duty blade is a favorite with farmers and anyone else with some tough cuts to make.
The Sheepfoot blade features a straight edge and a curved back, allowing for greater tip strength and control of the cutting edge with your fingers. Originally designed for trimming sheep’s hooves, this blade is ideal for carving and carpentry work.
The Pen blade shape was originally designed to cut and sharpen turkey quills for use as ink pens. Today, it still makes a great blade for light-duty work.
Pattern Stamp:6468 SS
Handle Material:Cayenne Bone
Blade Type:Spear, Sheepfoot, Pen, Coping
Blade Length(s):1.83 in, 1.86 in, 1.37 in, 1.47 in
Lock Type:Non-Locking (Slip Joint)
Blade Material:Tru-Sharp™ Stainless
Closed Length:3.13 in
The Case Small Congress pattern has been elected back into a top position in the Case product lineup for 2023! This unique Case XX® Vault program has been met with great expectations each year by knife enthusiasts of all types since it's official launch in January 2008. It offers casual Case hobbyists and collector-minded fans with an opportunity to find missing knives for the new year that may have eluded them in the past. Also, Case’s continuous engineering and production improvements enhance overall consumer appeal of reintroduced patterns. The ('68) Small Congress pocket folding knife features a sheepfoot blade with spear, pen and coping blades made of mirror polished steel, with nail nicks for opening. Two bladed versions are fitted with only sheepfoot and pen blades. Each measures 3 1/8 inches with nickel silver bolsters. Comes conveniently packaged in a box. Made in Bradford, PA, USA from domestic and imported materials.
- Mirror-polished Tru-Sharp™ surgical stainless steel blades
- Spear, Sheepfoot, Pen and Coping blades
- Crandall jig Cayenne Bone handle; Case oval script shield
- Length: 3.13 inches closed and 1.6 ounces
- Limited lifetime warranty
Note: Because we use hand-crafting and natural materials your knife may not look exactly as depicted.
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