Below you will find pictures of most tang stamps Remington used over the company’s many years of manufacturing.
Hopefully you will find this information very useful in determining the age of any given Remington knife.
Case has introduced 33 distinct tang stamps since 1905 for its folding knives, and 17 stamps on its fixed-blade knives.
See References for a complete gallery, which will also help you to identify the years of manufacture.
Look for distinctive elements on the tang stamp: the word Case XX; one or more dots; a series of dots and X's (for example, .x.x.) surrounding the word “Case”; or lightning-shaped S's.
The XX refers to the company’s proprietary two-step heating and two-step testing systems.
The links in the chart below offer a detailed explanation and reference to the stamps and marking found on Remington knives: If you like to look at cool old knives, we have a gallery for that.If you are not a knife retailer & just have a few knives, or a collection of knives you want to sell; many of our members buy knives & knife collections of all sizes.Buck Knives is an American knife manufacturer founded in San Diego, California and now located in Post Falls, Idaho.Al and Chuck Buck were inducted into the Blade Magazine Cutlery Hall of Fame at the 19 Blade Shows respectively in Atlanta, Georgia in recognition for the impact that their designs and Company has made upon the cutlery industry.Folding lock-blade knives and "Buck Knife" thereby became strongly linked in the public mind, and the Buck design was much imitated, so that a buck knife, has come to mean any folding lock-blade design, even while Buck Knife is yet a trademark and not limited to folding lock-blades. Case makes it easy, with a system of stamps, to identify a knife as an original Case and to identify it by its pattern, year of manufacture and composition of steel. (There may be one stamp on either side.) The stamps will be on the largest blade of a multiblade folding knife.