Crown 112 Marking Knife
Crown 112 Marking Knife
£7.45 (£6.21 Ex. VAT)

Crown 112 Marking Knife

  • High carbon steel
  • Bevelled on one side
  • Hardwood handle pinned to blade
  • Length 150mm(6")
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£7.45 (£6.21 Ex. VAT)

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In Detail

The 112 is a high carbon steel marking knife bevelled on one side only for accurate marking, with a hardwood handle pinned to the blade. For either right or left hand marking. Length 150mm(6").



Model 112
Reviews (4)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.4 out of 5 based on 4 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews



15 May 2018

Helps Accuracy

Good knife, perfect size and good weight. It has helped accuracy in my woodwork compared to pencil which I mostly used before.


19 January 2017

Nice quality

Well made indeed - the sort of thing you'll hand down.
It has a simplicity which adds to its beauty.
Yes it is just a tool, but tools can be boring - this is just a solid, aesthetically pleasing wee thing.
It's also exceptionally sharp - I just had to clean up some burrs on the edge and that was it.

Bill easter

6 March 2015

Nice simple tool

A straightforward marking knife with a much nicer feel to it than the Japnese knives. Another nice bit of rosewood for the toolshed


17 January 2014

Good for the price

It's got a nice finish and I like its ergonomics but I found the steel to be too soft. I inadvertently bent the tip of the blade a few too many times before I decided to grind it into a spear point. This fixed the problem.

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