NEW SHOWS!
November 4, 5, 6, 2016

Smoky Mountain
Convention Center
PIGEON FORGE, TN

Next door to the Cracker Barrel at the northern end of Pigeon Forge!


Call 423-238-6753 to reserve your tables. $115 each.


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


 

 


 


 

 

Look for our Columns in Upcoming Issues of Knife World!

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Other Auctions
Coming Soon

Estate pipes

 

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

WE ARE ACTIVELY SEEKING CONSIGNMENTS FOR UPCOMING AUCTIONS. CALL 423-238-6753 AND ASK FOR BRUCE.

If you have handmade knives by W. R. Moran, R. W. Loveless, Jim Schmidt, Tony Bose, Michael Walker, Ron Lake or Rick Hinderer, contact us about qualifying for our no-commission consigning.

 

 

 

ACTION 94 IS NOW!

Hurry! Ends August 16

Click here if you have bid with us before and are familiar with the process

Click here if you have not bid with us before...Important!

Click here for the high-res catalog (non-bid direct from here but the pictures are BIG!)

 

Click here if you have bid with us before and are familiar with the process

Click here if you have not bid with us before...Important!

Click here for the high-res catalog (non-bid direct from here but the pictures are BIG!)

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AUCTION 93 Legends of Handmade Knives is over. Ended June 29

Click here for prices realized

Click here for the high-res non-bid catalog

 

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Auction 92 is over. Ended in May. Click here to see some of the knives featured

Prices realized from Auction 92


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Auction 91 ended March 31st

Click here for what was featured in that auction.

 

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Auction 90 closed in Feb. 2016.

Click here to see what you missed!

Fabulous antique Bowie and old English knives, Part II of our massive estate collection of vintage Remington Bullets and Dogshead Kabars. Randalls too!

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AUCTION 89 ENDED DEC. 15, 2015--Priority was given to winning bids needing pre-Christmas delivery.

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

Prices Realized

 

Handmades from knifemaking legends Steve Johnson, Buster Warenski, Ron Lake, George Herron, Big John Fitch, W. R. Hurt, Red Watson, Gene Shadley, Joel Chamblin, Owen Wood, Chuck Stewart plus several Randalls (rough back sheath models), Ruana, Case Classics

more.

 

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Bidding has CLOSED for Auction 88 that featured Part 1 of one of the largest KA-BAR and Remington collections ever assembled--plus Case, knife handle material for knifemakers, and a Naked Lady Logo Loveless with walrus ivory handles and much more!

Click here for the high res. catalog of knives you missed!

Don't make that mistake again--check back for the links to be posted next week for our Mid-Dec. Auction

 

 

 

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Auction 87 has closed. Last day for bids was September 24, 2015

CLICK HERE TO SEE WHAT YOU MISSED

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AUCTION 86 is over! Here are some of the knives you missed!

 

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AUCTION 85 Ended June 2, 2015

Makers include Early Lile, Busse, Hibben, huge collection of Spyderco and modern Case knives, plus vintage Remington knives.

Click here to take a look at the high res catalog !

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Auction 84 is over. Thanks for bidding.

Click here to see what you missed!

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Our Flash auction flashed away on Monday, April 13, 2015

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Auction 82 Ended March 27, 2015.
Click here for the high res catalog of 283 plus lots

One of the major highlights of this important auction is the estate collection of Mr. John Kearney, who was Sales Manager of Western Cutlery during the Colorado based era. His collection encompassed the entire history of Western Cutlery, and contains several one-of-a-kind items and this auction offers you a unique opportunity to fill out the missing links in your Western collection. His collection of pearl and bone handled razors is unequalled. You can read more about Western and dating their knives on a short piece we put together by clicking here.

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Auction 81 Ended Feb. 16, 2015

Click here to see what you missed.

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AUCTION 80 Ended Dec. 16, 2014.
CLICK HERE FOR THE NON-BID HIGH RES CATALOG FOR AUCTION 80

CLICK HERE FOR THE NON-BID HIGH RES CATALOG

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Auction 79 Ended Dec 2, 2014

Click here for the non-bid high res online catalog. !

 

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In November the Voyles family said goodbye to our patriarch, my Dad, Euclid Voyles. He fell, broke his hip, and passed away after several days of hospice care. We were close by throughout the ordeal, followed by days of family coming in and the subsquent funeral arrangements. That is why we are behind.Euclid Voyles was the best man at my wedding--and the best man throughout my life.
There's a photo here of a very young Mom and Dad with me on his shoulders. He carried me on his shoulders throughout his life in one way or another.He was a 32nd Degree Mason, active in his church, a veteran of the South Pacific in WWII with much of his time spent on CV11-USS Intrepid, which he revisited in 2006 in New York harbor. His occupation was a Journeyman Pipefitter as a member of UA Local 43 in Chattanooga. He was a volunteer fireman, and an EMT which he undertook after his pipefitter retirement. He also ran a country grocery, owned rental property on which he did all theĀ maintenance, and loved his wife and family--and we all knew of that love very well.He was a man of mirth and humor, held a curiosity about everything and sometimes a mischievous personality. If he was around it would not be a boring day. He accompanied me to many knife shows, and assisted us in managing the Blade Show for 13 years.
His purchase of a few knives sparked my interest in the subject.During all this ordeal I kept hearing in my mind the Randy Newman song, "Texas Girl at the Father of her Funeral" by Linda Ronstadt. The lines that stuck out were, "Sing a sad song, about a Good Man, a sad song for me, a sad song about a sailor, a thousand miles from the sea." This Good Man leaves behind two children, five grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and an empty spot in our lives.
My daughter had a statement under a photo she posted on facebook of her jitterbugging with my Dad at her wedding. "Today my Papa is dancing with my Grandmother in Heaven." Dance on Dad, and Anchors Aweigh Petty Officer Voyles. Euclid R. Voyles 1925-2014.