The Great Eastern Cutlery (GEC) #06 Pemberton is a small slip joint pocket knife even when compared to other slipjoint folders.
It’s in the size neighborhood of a Case Swayback Jack, Peanut or Spyderco Kiwi. I love this little knife though I am afraid of losing it due to the size.
Its muslin micarta handle is grippy for such a small thing and the wharncliff blade is like a little scalpel, definitely sharper than most GEC knives fresh out of the tube.
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