I'm not really into knives but I have a very nice old hunting?/skinning? knife that I'm at a loss as to whether it has value or not. I figured I'd ask here to see if anyone has heard of it. I know little about it other than my Dad purchased it approx. 50 years ago in Winnipeg (Canada) took it with him hunting a few times. He passed on approx. 25 years ago and it has been sitting in an old toolbox in my sister's basement ever since. I haven't had much success but I figured someone here might be a LOT more informed than me. I'll try to post a picture later today, but in the time being here's a description: -over all it's 8.5" -blade is 4.5", heavy, no flex, has a shape similarity to a Bowie (but short and fat) -handle is natural horn, with leather stacks on either end and a stainless? flared cap. -Blade is sharp,nick free, no rust, no pitting, -stamped on blade near handle... Lamplough cutlery Solingen ..and.. N241/2 St -riveted Leather belt loop sheath, stamped "Germany", tooled elk(?) picture. I'm basically asking, is it a good knife? Is it something I should polish (and how)? Does it have more than just sentimental value?