Jim Sargent, Renowned Knife Retailer, Passes Away

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Jim Sargent
Jim Sargent
Jim Sargent
Jim Sargent

Jim Sargent, long-time antique pocketknife dealer and knife retailer, passed away yesterday, Feb. 11.

Along with his wife, Jean, Jim founded J. Sargent Co. in 1968. Today, known as Sarco Pocket Knives and based in Florence, Alabama, the company specializes in new knives, antique knives, reference guides and imported knives from around the world.

Jim authored eight knife books, including several editions of the American Premium Guide to Knives & Razors, and articles on antique and collectible cutlery. He was past president of the National Knife Collectors Association and served on the NKCA’s board of directors. He was also instrumental in the establishment of the National Knife Museum in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

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