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Kitchen knives by Gerber and Murphy. All excellent or better. All do not have sheaths. Each knife has a price by its description.

  •  Gerber French Snick - see below -
  •  Gerber Miming - see below -
  •  Gerber Durendal - see below -
  •  Murphy serving fork - see below -

Most on this page are from the Gerber series of kitchen knives that are in the Museum of Modern Art design collection in New York City. The following in bold is from the Gerber paper work that came with the knives back when they came out: These superb cutting tools blend ultramodern, functional design, and skilled Gerber craftsmanship and manufacturing techniques. Extra-strong blades are precision ground to a razor sharp, double-wedge shape and boast a super-hardness of Rockwell C60-62. Special industrial hard-chrome plating keeps these high speed tool steel blades bright and stainless

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Description Order # Price
David Zephaniah Murphy serving fork, 11" overall with aluminum handle and steel blade. Excellent condition with light tarnish and small rubbed spots on the handle. Marked Murphy. No sheath. Made in the USA. It was made sometime between 1939 to 1954. Not common. This may have been made before the Gerber Ron serving fork.
The bottom one in the above photo.  
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As you may know Murphy made the first Gerber knives for Joseph Gerber in 1939. See Levine's Guide to Knives and Their Values by Bernard Levine and Murphy knives at Wikipedia.  Don't forget our Guarantee and Return Privilege

K000019 99.00
$55.95
Just Reduced
Description Order # Price
Gerber French Snick is the first one at the top part of the photo, 13-1/2" overall, chrome aluminum handle and high speed tool steel blade. Chef knife and serving blade, excellent plus, sharpened. Unique serving fork shape on the tip end. Small scratches on the blade and handle. No sheath. Marked Gerber French Snick. Made in the USA. Good looking high quality knife! No longer in production. K000016 Sold
 
Description Order # Price
1. Gerber Miming chrome knife that is excellent. Light scratches on the blade and handle. Spots of missing chrome finish on the handle. The knife is 8-3/8" overall with aluminum handle and steel blade. Made in the USA. This is the high speed tool steel version of the knife, which is the best. No sheath. Sold

2. Gerber Miming chrome knife that is excellent. There are light tarnish spots on both sides of the blade. Light scratches on the blade and handle. Spots of missing chrome finish on the handle. The knife is 8-3/8" overall with aluminum handle and steel blade. Made in the USA. This is the high speed tool steel version of the knife, which is the best. No sheath.  Sold

K000017 Sold
Description Order # Price
Gerber boning blade that is excellent, sharpened. 11-5/8" overall, chrome aluminum handle and high speed tool steel blade. There are light tarnish spots on both sides of the blade. Light scratches on the blade and handle. Rubbed spots on the chrome finish on the handle. Marked Gerber Durendal. Made in the USA. No sheath.  Sold K000018 Sold
Thanks Craig Rayner in United Kingdom

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Below copy of original Gerber brochure is circa 1974.
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