J. Bruce Voyles, Auctioneers Knife Auction 107

Auction Ends Thursday, December 6, 2018

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Lot 1 One of the most unique knives in the history of knives. Each year the American Bladesmiths Society sells a Mastersmiths knife as a fund raiser--and one of the earliest of those knives was produced in 1992 with a virtual who's who in the world of handforged knives. The blade was forged by the legendary Bill Moran, with other work completed by Jay Henrickson, Joe Cordova, Joe Keeslar, and Hanford Miller. Four of the five men who worked on this magnificent knife were Presidents of the ABS. And what a knife it is, a 15 1/4" Bowie with a 10 inch blade, wire inlay showing the ABS and anvil logo, fileworked, and a custom relief leather sheath. This knife sold for several thouand dollars, although at this writing after calls to B. R. Hughes and others we have been unable to find a record of the exact amount. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a Moran forged blade with such a legend and history. All you have to do to own it is outbid everyone else. (VII038) Minimum bid $1,000.00

Lot 2 Herman Schneider stag hunter, tapered tang, red liners, 7" oal, 2 3/4" blade. (VII111) Minimum bid $250.00

Lot 3 D. E. Henry fighting knife, marked C15, 13" oal, 7" blade, C15 stamped on the knife, metal handle, no sheath, (VII102) Minimum bid $500.00

Lot 4 R. W. Loveless Lawndale, CA marked hunter, Nickel silver, semi-skinner, tapered tang, 8 1/2" oal, 3 1/4" blade with spacers. (VII036) Minimum bid $2,500.00

Lot 5 Gray Taylor, Kingsport, TN legendary Art Knife Invitational maker with his unequaled version of a California knife, with wrap around handle, wood inside crossed with twisted wire inlay. 12" oal, 6 3/4" blade, mint, no sheath (VII033) Minimum bid $500.00

Lot 6 Jimmy Lile Stag hunter made during his lifetime, brass fittings, straight tang, 8 1/2" oal, 4" blade. (VII113) Minimum bid $200.00

Lot 7 Jerry Fisk folder, one of 12, his version of a friction folder, with handles decorated by Bogochov, a Russian etcher who does his work with a four-bristle moose hair brush. This is one of 12 knives Jerry made and thus decorated, most of which ended up in the Eric Meyer collection before his passing. (The details on this we received via a phone call from Jerry). Mint. (VII134) Minimum bid $400.00

Lot 8 W. D. Pease engraved folder, fossilized bone handles, W. Wild engraving, Dovetaield on all pieces including the center spacer. Mint (VII160) Minimum bid $500.00

Lot 9 J. R. Cook Bowie, stag handles, mastersmith mark, engraved guard, hand rubbed finish, fancy ferrule and pommel, 13" oal, 8" blade, mint except for a couple of spots. (VII003) Minimum bid $300.00

Lot 10 Jay Hendrickson fancy hunter, carved relief handled with fancy sheath, wire inlay, hidden tang, 9 3/4" oal, 5 1/4" blade. (VII109) Minimum bid $300.00

Lot 11 Jerry Fisk stag handled long knife, filworked, fileworked ferrule, tapered tang, 13" oal, 7 5/8" blade, no sheath. Fisk has been designated as a National Living Treasure artist. He has limited his show appearances so there are fewer opportunities to own one of his knives. This auction is one of those few opportunitites. (VII057) Minimum bid $400.00

Lot 12 John Nelson Cooper dagger, straight tang, sculpted maroon micarta handles, brass fittings, self-guard, 9" oal, 4 1/4" blade, mint except fo some specks on the tang. (VII009) Minimum bid $250.00

Lot 13 George Herron (Cutlery Hall of Fame, Past President of the Knifemakers' Guild) mastadoon ivory skinner, 7" oal, 3" blade, tapered tang, red liners, #2847, mint. (VII024) Minimum bid $300.00

Lot 14 Eldon Peterson Whitefish, MT, engraved by N.C. Foster, wood handles, tapered tang, dovetailed guard, engraved pin heads and guard, 9" oal, 4 3/8" blade. Mint. (VII002) Minimum bid $300.00

Lot 15 George Herron stamina wood hunter, #715, brass that is pitted, tapered tang, 9" oal, 4 1/2" blade. (VII012) Minimum bid $300.00

Lot 16 Gene Shadley pearl 1 blade interframe, dovetail bolsters on each end, 2 3/4" closed, 4 3/4" open, mint. Gene is a Past President of the Knifemakers' Guild. (VII158) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 17 Scott Sawby wood Texas Toothpick with a Sawby lock (a patented lock that was briefly used on Buck knives too)Dovetailed on both ends, 4 5/8" closed, 8 1/2" closed, fileworked liners. (VII138) Minimum bid $200.00

Lot 18 Harvey McBurnette engraved bolster folder, bone handles, dovetailed, stress cracks on the front handle, 4" closed, 7 1/2" open, mint except as noted. (VII141) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 19 Dr. T stag wharncliffe, crest shield, grooved bolsters, 3 1/2" closed, 6 1/2" open. Mint. (VII147) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 20 David Taylor pearl one blade interframe, 2 1/2" closed, 4 5/8" open. David is the son of legend Gray Taylor and only made knives a few years before moving into making guitars, where he has become a legend in that genre. Most of the better known pickers in the world own one of his guitars. His knives bear the same micticious detail and craftsmanship as his father, and there are far fewer of his knives available. (VII145) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 21 Owen Wood, cape buffalo horn handle hunter, 7 7/8" oal, 3 3/8" blade, tapered tang, elephant hide sheath, mint except for a couple of stain spots on the blade. (VII021) Minimum bid $175.00

Lot 22 George Herron (Cutlery Hall of Fame, Past President of the Knifemakers' Guild) wood handled semi skinner, 8" oal, 3 1/2" blade, tapered tang, #875. (VII020) Minimum bid $225.00

Lot 23 Tim Herman brass guard engraved hunter, Elephant hid sheath, 7 1/2" oal, 3" blade. (VII108) Minimum bid $200.00

Lot 24 Corbet Sigman stamina wood camp knife, hidden tang, spacers, 10 1/2" oal, 5 3/4" blade. (VII107) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 25 Joe Flournoy micarta handled Bowie, hidden tang, nice temperline, Mastersmith mark, 12" oal, 7" blade, Kenny Rowe sheath. (VII055) Minimum bid $200.00

Lot 26 D'Holder stag handled hunter, cleaned but minty, brass fittings, dovetailed, tapered tang, 7" oal, 3" blade. (VII034) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 27 Burt Foster hiddent tang journeyman smith knife, 2004, ironwood hunters, couple of specks, 9" oal, 4 1/2" blade. This knife was made before he became nationally known as a winner on the History Channel's "Forged in Fire." (VII014) Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 28 Dr. James Batson mastadoon ivory Bowie, half horse-alligator coffin hilt, 12 1/2" oal, 8" blade, grooved guard, no sheath. Batson is a Past President of the American Bladesmiths Society and a real rocket scientist. (VII056) Minimum bid $300.00

Lot 29 Mike Sanders, LA micarta handled liner lock folder, 3 7/8" closed, 6 3/4" open. (VII144) Minimum bid $75.00

Lot 30 Anders E. Thornburn, Pretoria, South Africa burl handle, compsite handle, 3" closed, 5 1/2" open. (VII149) Minimum bid $65.00

Lot 31 Russell Easler pearl handled trapper, 1 of 50 made for the Palmetto Cutlery Club, 3 1/2" closed, 6 1/4" open. (VII153) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 32 Mel Pardue jigged bone titanium bolster and liner locking liner, engine turned inside, 4 1/2" closed, 7 1/2" open. Mint. (VII051) Minimum bid $80.00

Lot 33 Larry Page, Aiken SC, best described as a handmade version of the Schrade sharpfinger with stag handles. 6 1/2" oal, 3" blade, tapered tang with red liners. Mint. (VII016) Minimum bid $45.00

Lot 34 Claude Montjoy burl wood handled hunter, fileworked tang, 7 3/8" oal, 3 3/4" blade, leather sheath. (VII046) Minimum bid $110.00

Lot 35 Lloyd Pendleton, San Pablo, CA, stag skinner tapered tang black liner, grooved bolsters, 7 3/4" oal, 3" blade. Mint. (VII025) Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 36 Mike Sanders LA micarta hunter, straight tang, 6 3/4" oal, 3" blade, slab handles, leather sheath, mint. (VII048) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 37 R. Cover Bowie, spalted mapled handles, ATS34 steel, tapered tang, grooved guard, coffin pommel, 16" oal, 10" blade. (VII118) Minimum bid $200.00

Lot 38 Bill Herndon small hunter, straight tang, wire inlaid, stamina spacer, bear emblem on sheath, 5 1/2" oal, 2 7/8" blade. Mint. (VII050) Minimum bid $75.00

Lot 39 Jim Crowell Bowie, hidden tang, brass guard with spacers, couple of specks otherwise mint, 13" oal, 7 3/4" blade. Kenny Rowe sheath. Ming. (VII123) Minimum bid $200.00

Lot 40 Wayne Hendrix stag hunter (Wayne was mentored by George Herron), 7 1/2" oal, 3 1/2", tapered tang, dated 2003. Mint. (VII049) Minimum bid $90.00

Lot 41 Jim Behring Scagel style, crown stag pommel, stacked leather washer handle, 11 1/4" oal, 6 1/4" blade. (VII122) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 42 Royal Hanson sculpted wood handled lockback, dovetailed bolsters, lockback, 3 5/8" closed, 6 5/8" open. (VII135) Minimum bid $80.00

Lot 43 Joe Prince, gold lip pearl interframe, sliplock, 3 1/4" closed, 6" open. (VII157) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 44 Fauchauex Damascus, pearl handled sliplock, slant bolsters, Damascus bolsters and backstrap, 3 5/8" closed, 6 1/2" open. (VII159) Minimum bid $120.00

Lot 45 Ron Gaston ironwood handled hunter, straight tang, slant bolsters, 7 3/4" oal, 3 1/2" blade. (VII114) Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 46 Ron Gaston stag handled fighter, small, dovetailed, tapered tang, red spacers, 8 1/2" oal with a 4" blade. Top swedge is sharpented 2 3/4" back, tooled leather sheath. (VII112) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 47 Ron Gaston, Woodruf, SC wood double edge knife, tapered tang, 7 1/2" oal, 3 1/2" blade. (VII028) Minimum bid $120.00

Lot 48 Tommy Lee Damascus wood handled hunter, dovetailed bolsters, tapered tang, Damascus, 7 3/4" oal, 3 1/4" blade. (VII115) Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 49 Larry "Hammer" Harley version of a shrpfinger design, micarta handles, finger grooved, drilled for lanard, dovetailed, straight tang. (VII031) Minimum bid $75.00

Lot 50 Jeff Morgan engraved wood handled hunter, 7" oal, 2 3/4" blade, straight tang, and engraved by the late master GARY BLANCHARD! Get his work while you still can. (VII116) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 51 Richard Bridwell sheep horn handled skinner, 8" oal, 3 1/2" blade, red liner, tapered tang, South Carolina maker. Mint. (VII037) Minimum bid $120.00

Lot 52 S. Peterson Salina UT tapered tang, dovetailed bolsters, horn handles, Damascus, 8" oal, 4" blade, nickel silver fitting, no sheath. Mint. (VII053) Minimum bid $80.00

Lot 53 J. Fisher engraved and fileworked, Damascus, fancy stone handles, slant bolstered, tapered tang, dovetailed bolsters. (VII026) Minimum bid $160.00

Lot 54 R. Crowder, Thompson Falls, MT hunter, micarta handles, bead blasted, 8 3/4" oal, 4" blade, dovetailed guard, tapered tang, Bob Schrap sheath, (VII041) Minimum bid $80.00

Lot 55 Howser, mastadon ivory cotton sampler folder, lanyard hold and liner, ATS34, 4 1/4" closed, 7 3/8" open. (VII129) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 56 Corrado/Buckner Damascus 2 blade, all Damascus frame. Jim and Bill were early makers who specialized in Damascus. Jim Corrado was always experimenting and had a lifetime of cutlery before he ever started making knives, as he is the son of Carmen Corrado, the owner of the legendary Chicago based Corrado Cutlery, one of the leading mail-order knife houses of their day. (VII150) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 57 Larry Westberg pearl Damascus locking liner, annodized titanium liners, fileworked backstrap and liners, 3 5/8" closed, 6 1/2" open. (VII154) Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 58 L. J. Thompson, Forrest Grove OR bone front lock, wharncliffe blade, slant dovetailed bolsters. (VII132) Minimum bid $90.00

Lot 59 R. E. Browne, Upland, CA folder, dark jigged bone gunstock, 2 blades, 3 1/8" closed, 5 1/2" open. Rough finish design. (VII137) Minimum bid $70.00

Lot 60 L. J. Thompson, Forrest Grove OR small stag trapper, 3 1/4" closed, 5 7/8" open. (VII139) Minimum bid $90.00

Lot 61 Reese Weiland coral handled Damascus folder, mosaic Damascus blade and backstrap, rope filework on Damascus backstrap, locking liner, stone thumbstud, 3 5/8" closed, 6 1/2" open. (VII131) Minimum bid $160.00

Lot 62 R Crowder, Thompson Falls, MT cased sheephorn large swept blade Bowie, dovetailed bolster, tapered tang, Massive 15 3/4" oal, 10" blade. (VII105) Minimum bid $200.00

Lot 63 Steve Fecas ironwood handled boot knife, tapered tang, tapered tang, 8" oal, 3 3/4" blade, no sheath. (VII017) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 64 Randy Lee black ash burl handled hunter, fileworked, dovetailed, ATS34 steel, mosaic pins, 8" oal, 3 3/4" blade. (VII110) Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 65 Lee Benchmade wood handled Damascus fighter, dovetailed bolsters, tapered tang, Fain Edwards Damascus, 11 3/4" oal, 6 3/4" blade. Mint. (VII030) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 66 Powers wood handled hunter, fileworked, dovetailed bolsters, tapered tang, mossaic lanyard, slant bolsters, 8 1/2" oal, 4" blade. (VII007) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 67 Cox Calls wood hunter, tapered tang, dovetailed, filework, drilled for lanyard, two piece wood handle is shaped to look like a duck head, 7 3/4" oal, 3 1/2" blade. No sheath. (VII054) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 68 D. Arvell Damascus ivory micarta, scrimshaw by Myra of an eagle in flight, 7 3/8" oal, 3 3/8" blade, Damascus, tapered tang, dovetailed bolsters, some dings on the handle and a speck. Otherwise mint. (VII064) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 69 Phil Wilson walnut handled hunter, straight tang, drilled for a lanyard, CPMS30V, no sheath. (VII061) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 70 Jeff Morgan stag hunter, tapered tang, dovetailed bolsters, nickel silver fittings. (VII062) Minimum bid $70.00

Lot 71 P. F. Beck dagger, one side is totally flat, coffin pommel, 6" oal, 3" blade, wood handles, leather sheath. (VII011) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 72 Dick Gillenwater wood handled small hunter, hidden tang, 7" oal, 2 3/4" blade, no sheath. (Gillenwater was a next door neighbor of George Herron and that is where he learned knifemaking) (VII023) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 73 Randall Gilbreath locking liner, metal handles, anodized titanium, engine turned inside, locking liner mint. 4 1/8" closed, 7 1/2" blade. (VII151) Minimum bid $80.00

Lot 74 Greenaway Fayetteville, AR wood handled Damascus folder, Mokume bolsters, fileworked locking liner with a ruby thumbstud, 3 1/8" closed, 5 1/2" open. (VII142) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 75 Barry Dowe, Lindenhurst, IL folder with two types of wood handles, fileworked, slant bolsters, lockback, leaning toward the crude a little. (VII126) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 76 Kuhl stag 1 blade folder, slant bolsters, a collaboration with Texan Charlie Jones, a knife repairman and maker active in the early Texas knife clubs. 4 1/8" closed, 7 5/8" open. (VII124) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 77 R. Cover ivory micarta folder, slick, dovetailed bolsters, black liner, 02 steel, 3 3/4" closed, 6 7/8" open. (VII128) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 78 Jim Hand handforged hunter with a nice temper line, straight tang, sculpted wood, 8 3/4" oal, 4 1/4" blade, kydex sheath. Hand was a doctor and although quite serious about making knives and making a great knife was unable. (VII032) Minimum bid $75.00

Lot 79 Chaffee stag small hunter, straight tang, 5 1/4" oal, 2 3/4" blade, one stress crack in the stag. (VII035) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 80 Schrock micarta fingerhole hunter, drilled for lanyard, 5 1/4" oal, 2 1/2" blade, with sheath. (VII039) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 81 Track knives (Ithaca produced) wood handles, slant dovetailed bolsters, 4 5/8" closed, 7 1/2" open. Mint. (VII125) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 82 Tom Anderson folder, carbon fiber handle, locking liner, 4 1/4" closed, 7 1/4" open. (VII130) Minimum bid $75.00

Lot 83 Randall Model 12-8, rough back sheath, orange stone, curved guard, unused but a couple of spiderwebs and a spot, micarta handles. (VII063) Minimum bid $200.00

Lot 84 Randall 13-6 spotted, brass fittings, crown pommel, black sheath, grooved ferrule, ivory micarta handles, excellent. (VII019) Minimum bid $200.00

Lot 85 Winkler Knives II cord wrapped, special coating, leather over kydex sheath, 9 3/8" oal, 4" blade. Winkler knives are the knives carried by the majority of special ops teams the world over. You can see his knives in the movie "Zero Dark Thirty", as well as many of his knives were used in the movie, "Last of the Mohicans". (VII044) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 86 Jerry Rados stag hunter, fileworked, tapered tang, 6 7/8" oal, 3 3/8" blade, used, exc plus. With sheath. (VII066) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 87 Ed Love stag hunter, well used, black liners, straight tang, 7" oal, 3 1/4" blade. No sheath. (VII013) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 88 Randall Model 16 Divers Knife, stainless steel, brass fitting, s finger grooved, black micarta, rough back sheath, 11 1/2" oal, 7" blade. (VII001) Minimum bid $250.00

Lot 89 Pair of Case 52087ss stags, one with gray etching, the other with red etching, from the 1976 and 1978 Case stag sets. Both mint. (VII081) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 90 Pair of Case red etch knives from the 1978 stag sets, 5232 and 5279, both stainless. (VII093) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 91 Pair of Case 75th Anniversary stags, 5208 half whittler, and 52109x baby copperhead. (VII087) Minimum bid $55.00

Lot 92 Case 4380 Carpenters Whittler, made in 1976 as the second National Knife Collectors Association club knife. This one does not have the center rivet crack (yet). Most do. My bit of history: All these knives were serial numbered by Case repairman Ben Kelley. I was hired as a young college student to unwrap the knives, hand them to Ben to serial number, and then rewrap back into the boxes. I have personally handled all 3000 of these knives. (VII098) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 93 One Case Moby Dick, W6165, smooth white bone handles scrimmed with a whaling scene and engraved bolsters, all encased in a glass wall box. Knife is mint, outside of the box is banged up pretty good. (VII091) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 94 Case Classic Red bone 6340 MIB (VII082) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 95 Case Classic Stag 5340 MIB (VII083) Minimum bid $70.00

Lot 96 Case Pearl peanut 8220 with Marilyn Monroe on the handles, presentation boxed. (VII080) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 97 Two Case jigged wood folding hunters, 6265 SAB 70's dots, and 1 dot 6165 originally part of the Case Starters Set. (VII068) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 98 Kissing Crane Robert Klass Ango Saxon whittler with stag handles made in 1975 for the National Knife Collectors Association. 1200 were made, and this knife was the very first of many NKCA club knives. At one time this knife brought over $600 on the aftermarket. (VII099) Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 99 Northfield stag 2 blade bullet pattern knife in paper tube, stag, 1 of 150 , 1994, 735208LP, (VII071) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 100 Pair of German made Fight'n Rooster knives, God, Guns and Guts blade etchings on both. (VII076) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 101 Three knives made for the NKCA, 1980 stag Kissing Crane, Case 6345 1/2 green bone, and 1977 Kissing Crane gunboat canoe, all mint. (VII089) Minimum bid $55.00

Lot 102 Fight’n Rooster pearl 4-blade canoe inlaid with a garnet made in 1982 for the Gem Capital Knife Club in Franklin, NC. (VII096) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 103 Pair of Titusville, PA knives. Stag Schatt & Morgan knives, 3 1/4" marked "1 of 100" and Queen City slant bolster 3 1/8" jack. (VII088) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 104 Pair of Schatt & Moran bones, small stockmen, one burnt and grooved bone, 1 of 30. (VII090) Minimum bid $55.00

Lot 105 Two Jigged bone Queen knives, Texas Toothpick and Canoe. (VII086) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 106 Two stag Pit Bull Bulldog knives, stockman and copperhead. (VII074) Minimum bid $70.00

Lot 107 Two Red Stag brand knives, (This was a special short run company of Dave Goodwin's of Chattanooga) jigged bone trapper etched "South Platte" and smooth bone canoe. Both are German made. (VII075) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 108 Two Boker, Germany knives. Pearl copperhead 495MOP and horn handled congress #4715 (VII069) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 109 Cripple Creek bone barlow, mint except for a speck or two on the backspring that would clean. (VII097) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 110 Two Pit Bull bulldog knives, sowbelly and stag stockman, one of 300 made for the Old Dominion Knife Club, and the other GA Tobacco King etch. (VII079) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 111 Kabar physicans knife, 2 blade with imitation pearl handles and bone Boxcar whittler made for their collectors club. (VII121) Minimum bid $45.00

Lot 112 Two Kabar knives, bone dogleg and stag swell center. (VII092) Minimum bid $45.00

Lot 113 Pair of knives, Parker Edwards smooth red bone trapper with one Damascus blade and one carbon steel blade, and a Buck mini-trapper with smooth blue bone handles, both made exclusively for the American Blade Collectors Association. (VII094) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 114 Cripple Creek 11th AECA show knife, 1of 25 made in 1989, jigged bone. (VII077) Minimum bid $25.00

Lot 115 Buck 531 lockback (VII073) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 116 Remington (modern) stag handled trapper and lockback, both USA made. (VII070) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 117 Hen & Rooster, Bertram USA German made stag congress and pearl congress #344, 3 5/8" closed. (VII072) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 118 Two knives with stone handles from Mike Prather's Painted Pony studios, one on S&M lockback, the other on a Baby Bullet pattern. (VII084) Minimum bid $55.00

Lot 119 Queen Ruple (designed by folder master knifemaker Bill Ruple) buffalo horn jumbo trapper, 1 of 300, with marked zip up case. (VII085) Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 120 Two sizes of a Beretta lockback that releases by pressing the bullet, MIB (VII078) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 121 Barry Wood all metal swing around folder originally produced by Pacific Cutlery. (VII095) Minimum bid $70.00

Lot 122 Blackjack "Slick" made in Seki, Japan during the Knifeware era, hidden tang, 7" oal, 3 1/4" blade, designed by Ken Warner. (VII119) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 123 Northfield 2 blade stamina wood CKW Series, one hairline at the front handle otherwise mint. (VII120) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 124 Bill Duff three knife ivory micarta, straight tang, fileworked, with wood counter block, three sizes: 11 3/4" oal, 8" blade; 9 1/4" oal, 5 1/4" blade; 7 3/4" oal, 4" blade. Mint. (VII104) Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 125 Bob Papp military knife, Dru Southard, ivory micarta, straight tang, drilled for lanyard, bead blasted, front handle a little faded, 9" oal, 4 5/8" blade. No sheath. (VII052) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 126 R. L. Smith, Erin, NY wire inlay wood handle, straight tang, 7 3/4" oal, 4" blade no sheath. (VII065) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 127 Vorhiss ivory micarta Bowie, Brass guard and spacer, hidden tang, 15 3/4" oal, 10" blade. (VII100) Minimum bid $80.00

Lot 128 Vorhiss black slab micarta handled fighter, straight tang, 13" oal, 7 1/2" blade. Mint (VII022) Minimum bid $90.00

Lot 129 Dennis Riley, Cushman AR, Scagel style, 11" oal, 6 1/4" blade, hidden tang, stacked leather washer and crown stag handle, mint except for a could of hard to see specks. (VII005) Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 130 J. Brumega integral Damascus Hunter, hidden tang, 7" oal, 3" blade, couple of specks, otherwise mint. (VII018) Minimum bid $25.00