From an Estate sale that the owner had a very large BUCK collection. First knife is a BUCK early 1960's "121" fish filet knife with a scaler on the spine. It also has a DOUBLE BUCK inverted stamp on the right side of the blade. It is a First Generation 121, 1964/65. Total length of this knife is 10.
The second knife has NO BUCK stamp any where. After some research, I found out that in the 1940's and 50's, there where BUCK knives that never got a stamp. I got this info from the owner of Triple-R-Knives. The handle has the SMALL butt cap and small guard as well.
The handle is white, possibly a material called Melamine. There is also a barrel nut in the butt cap. Total length of this knife is 10 1/2.
Pages 380 to 382 in the Levine's Guide To Knives, 4th Edition, also has info about these knives. The sheath for the Fish Filet 121 with scaler is the original 3 rivetted/stitched sheath. The white handle knife has no sheath. Both knife blades have some scratches. If anybody has anymore info about the white handle knife please contact me as well as any question.
The item "2 Rare BUCK 121 Fish Filet Knives, 1 Single Inverted Stamp, 1 White Handle" is in sale since Thursday, August 8, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Knives, Swords & Blades\Collectible Fixed Blade Knives\Modern Fixed Blade\Factory Manufactured". The seller is "whitewitch_10" and is located in Elco, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped to United States.