Frank Buster started Fight'n Rooster Cutlery in the 1970's with an eye on hard use quality knives. Then he spent many hours coming up with new and unusual patterns and etchings for his Fight'n Rooster line. He dominated the club knife market thru the 1980's and used genuine mother of pearl on a higher percent of his patterns than any other maker in his time. They are great knives from the imagination of one man. Very few stainless steel patterns can be found and celluloid was used heavily in his line of Fight'n Rooster knives. Due to their age and high carbon content, there will be some spots on most old examples and will be noted as NM (near mint). Also, if any of the celluloid handles are having any issues they will be graded into account.