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Rich A.

Tim Herman knifes?

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Anyone know Tim Herman? Aparently he is local to me and is rumored to be willing to teach new knifemakers, let them toar his shop, and generally pass on the art. I googled him and got a lot of pictures of his knifes but no info on him. Any info would be helpful.

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Rich,

Tim hangs out on Engravers forum.com ..... there was an adress herman knives.net?link27.jeg I haven't tried the link so if that doesn't take you to him try just

hermanknives.net or go to the engravers forum and post a messege for him there.... Hope you get ahold of him....

Dick

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Tim Herman is a great maker who has been around for a long time and has a devoted following. If you could visit him it would be a wonderful opportunity.

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Tim Herman is a great knivesmaker and engraver maybe but i dont sure i been the first to make the colour skrimshaw .I like his knives,that i saw only on the picture.ciao

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