Pigeon Forge, TN

Evergreen/Smoky Mtn. Convention Center.

Friday, Saturday, Sunday


Nov 1, 2, 3

Tables are
Call to be put on the waiting list.

There are NO automatic renewals. No application sent means you do NOT have a table, even if you told Ole Bruce, because Ole Bruce is not doing that part of the show reservations.


Come to the Forge!

Fall Knife

Pigeon Forge TN

Where the Mountains Are Calling!

Live Auction Saturday night after the show closes.

No Minimum.
No. Reserve.
You must be present to bid.

Sold in our Spring Auction


Our daughter Heather has obtained her Tennessee Auctioneers License and is now an active member of our team, adding a new generation to our knife auctioning business.


A world auction record for this Case knife was set at $14,300.00 for the Case Tested 6488lp Green bone at our Pigeon Forge Auction.

When it is time to sell your knives,
who else would you want selling them?

Call us today to consign.

423-238-6753. email bruce@jbrucevoyles.com










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Look for our Columns in Upcoming Issues of Knife MAGAZINE.

We are Editor-At-Large There.


Be sure to stop by our booth near the front door at The Blade Show this year.

Where you can meet us to consign knives, preview upcoming auctions, or just talk knives!

We look forward to seeing you at future knife shows when it once again becomes possible--and safe--to do so. Please stay safe.

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Be On the Lookout for Auction 144 Coming Soon

Featuring knives from Daniel Winkler, Jimmy Lile, Bob-Sky, Bud Nealy, Pat Crawford, Chuck Stewart, Scott Sawby, Billy Mace Imel, Jim Siska, Stek, Piet Gray, Mick Langley, Randall, Corby, many more plus Vintage, Military, Case, Out of Print Books, Col. Coon, Limited Editions, Club Knives, Hundreds of knives, hundreds of lots.


Auction 143 Ended June 27, 2024 -

Click here to what sold and prices realized.



Click here to review the catalog of sold items.


Too late for Auction 141. Itclosed Feb. 27, 2024

Click here for the "I should have bid" and "Darn I can't believe it brough that much prices!


Auction 140 ended Dec. 14, 2023.

Click here for knives sold and prices realized. See what you missed.

If you have not bid with us before do not even think of bidding until you read this and the terms and conditions



Auction 139 Closed Oct. 24, 2023

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Auction 138 Closed Sept. 7, 2023

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Auction 137 closed August 15, 2023

Knife Auction 137 was 525 lots of cutlery wonders seeking a new home--and found one!

Click here for what you might have owned.



Auction 136 ended June 7, 2023
Auction 137


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Auction 135 Ended Feb. 21, 2023.

Prices Realized



Auction 134 Ended Jan. 10, 2023

Here's what they brought.


Auction 133 Ended Sept. 27, 2022



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Auction 132 closed on July 28. Look for auction 133 coming soon.

Click here to review what sold in our most recent auction




Auction 131 Ended May 10, 2022

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Auction 130 Ended March 10, 2022

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Auction 129, best of the W. E. Shockley collection closed for bids Nov. 3, 2021

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Auction 128-Ended October 13

Billing and shipping is underway. Watch your email for invoices.

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Auction 129- The Case collection of W. E. Shockley.

W. E. Shockley was a charter member of the National Knife Collectors Association who began assembling his collection in 1968. He served for many years on the NKCA Board of Directors, and was one of only two mail-order dealers listed in the early Dewey Ferguson Case books. Bruce Voyles purchased the first knives he ever bought through the mail in 1971--from W. E. Shockley. This collection must be seen to be believed.



Auction 127 has ended.

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126 ended on May 12, 2021

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Featuring knives by Richtig, WWII Randalls, many more Randalls, handmades, and more. Large group of Marbles knives.


AUCTION 125 is Over. Bidding closed Feb 23, 2021.

Click here to follow the link to prices realized.

Click here for the high-res no bid catalog.



AUCTION 124 closed on Dec. 10, 2020.

Here's the catalog of what you missed.

Online preview catalog coming in a few days. A wide variety of knives in our last auction of the year, headlined by knives by R. W. Loveless, Michael Walker, Jerry Fisk, Harvey Dean, Ken Steigerwalt, Warren Osborne, Lloyd Hale, Joe Kious, W. D. Pease, Ron Gaston, Russell Easler, Jim Batson, Joel Chamblin, Jay Hendrickson, Eldon Peterson, Bill Luckett, Harvey McBurnette, Frank Centofante, plus Case, Winchester, Puma, Schatt & Morgan, Bulldog, vintage and more.

Be sure you are on our notification list, if not simply email knifeauctions@gmail.com and receive a reminder.


Auction 123 ended Nov. 24

winning bidders--watch your email for invoices

Here for the high res non bid catalog

Here are the prices realized. Only up for a short time.




Auction 122 Ended October 20, 2020

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Click here for ones you missed!



Auction 121 closed August 25, 2020

We are experiencing delays as we are short staffed due to Covid-19 protocols, extending our time between auctions. We are working on auctions every day.

Click here for prices realized.

Click here for the high-res (non-bid) catalog of the ones that got away.




Auction 120 bidding closed June 2.

Click here to see the knives featured in the last auction. These knives are no longer available for bid.

Auction 119 endedApril 28.

Click here for the high-res (non-bid) catalog


Auction 118-Flash Auction ended 3-26-20

First Auction 0f 2020 Click here for the high-res non-bid catalog

Click here for a look at older auctions