Stanhopeless No More

Stanhopeless No More - Stanhope MicroWorks restores old Anheuser Busch KnivesStanhopeless No More by Howard Melnick
First published by Knife World Magazine© December 2001

A closer look at how Stanhope MicroWorks repairs and restores collectible Anheuser- Busch Bartender Pocketknives with Stanhope lenses in the handles. This interesting and informative articles provides insight into the most successful and sought after commercial collectibles ever produced by the Anheuser Busch Company. Republished with Photos by ©Michael Sheibley.


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Mechanicsburg man a global source for Stanhope lenses

Inspecting Stanhopes in the WorkshopStories about discovering a Stanhope picture lens usually start something like this: “My grandmother had a whale pendant with a Stanhope in it” or “I was shopping at a flea market and came across this neat pen with a peephole photo of the Eiffel Tower in it.”
When people do stumble on a Stanhope and attempt to seek out manufacturers, they often end up in the same place — websites that can be traced to a Cumberland County address owned by Michael Sheibley.  (Photos / )

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Stanhope MicroWorks Relaunched

Stanhope MicroWorks is proud to announce the opening of our new & improved website and online store. We've also added the Stanhope Museum.......
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