From top to bottom the knives are:
-Custom by Diego Atwell based on the knife found of the body of George Mallory. Stag handle, 52100 steel blade. There's filework on the backspring and the whole thing is just a mechanical wonder. Love it. English lambsfoot knives are my absolute favourite.
-Schrade 219 (Peanut Jack), this one was given to me as a gift. It's a few decades old but it was mint in box. Since I've got no safe queens I sharpened it up and tossed it in my pocket. Lovely knife, excellent old American craftsmanship.
-Case Trapper (amber bone handle, CV blades). One of my all time favourites (yes, I've got a ton of favourites!). It was one of the first carbon steel pocket knives I bought.
-Imperial TL29 (electrician's knife). Another gift from the same fine gentleman that sent me the Schrade. I've been carrying it since I got it. It's really great, very useful and comfortable in my hands. I like that it has a lock on the screwdriver but not on the knife blade.
-Case Sodbuster Jr. (CV blade). A great working knife, an American Opinel of sorts. Simple, well built, affordable. There's something about that obnoxious yellow handle that really appeals to me.
-Case Penknife (CV blades). This is one of my most used small knives. It's really sheeple friendly (especially the smaller blade), but the larger blade is still big enough for most urban cutting. It's so slim and light that I just forget it's in my shirt pocket.
-Great Eastern Cutlery Scout (1095 blades and jigged bone handle). GEC is a new company (I think they started in 2006 or 2007) that's producing some excellent knives. They offer them in both 1095 and 440C, I'm partial to 1095 because I like the patina it gets with use.