J. Bruce Voyles, Auctioneers Knife Auction 116


Auction Ends Tuesday, December 10, 2019
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Lots 1-99

Lots 100-172


Lot 1 Bill Moran hunting knife, Lime Kiln MD mark, 10" oal, 5 1/8" clip point blade with blood groove. Contoured wood handle with brass guard and pommel. Original leather belt sheath. One of the nicest Lim Kiln marks I've run across. (XVI-184) Minimum bid $2,000.00

Lot 2 R. W. Loveless LAWNDALE hunter. Front of blade tang marked S241, back of the blade marked K.W.M. Early two color micarta handles, original leather belt sheath numbered S241, 9 3/4" oal, 5" satin finish clip point utility blade. Early Lawndale in mint condition. Sheath has some handling wear. (XVI-023) Minimum bid $3,500.00

Lot 3 Buster Warenski Art dagger, marked B. Warenski, Richfield, UT, nickel silver frame with pearl inlay. Engraved, 10 5/8" oal with a 6" mirror polished double edge blade. Leather scabbard with nickel silver throat and tip. By one of the legends of knifemaking. (XVI-084) Minimum bid $1,500.00

Lot 4 Jack Busfield, Ranoke Rapids NC mark, stone inlay handles, nickel silver frame engraved by the late Dan Wilkerson, 3 1/2" closed, 6" open, hand rubbed finish on a trailing point shaped blade. Mint. Dated 12/90 on the inside backstrap. (XVI-083) Minimum bid $1,200.00

Lot 5 John Young subhilt fighter, back of the blade etched 1 of 1. Buffalo horn handles with polished stainless fittings, 11" oal, 6 5/8" mirror polished blade with a partially sharpened false edge. Leather belt sheath with hand signature and 1 of 1. Rare model by a top maker trained by Steve Johnson. Can feel a tiny bit of shrinkage of the horn when rubbing your finger over the joint, nothing visible. Mint otherwise. (XVI-019) Minimum bid $1,000.00

Lot 6 Jerry Fisk stag handled hunter, hidden tang, hand rubbed finish on blade and bolster, 9 1/4" oal, 4 3/4" blade, Kenny Rowe sheath, mint except for two or three pinprick specks. (XVI-193) Minimum bid $350.00

Lot 7 Lile Micarta handled hunter, with the dot above the logo, indicating it was made after Jimmy's death when the company ran for a brief time. Black micarta handles, brass fittings, 8 1/2" oal, drilled for lanyard, 3 3/4" blade, with Lile sheath. Mint. (XVI-044) Minimum bid $170.00

Lot 8 Jimmy Lile early folder, stag handles, dovetailed bolster, 3 3/4" closed, lockback. Mint. (XVI-004) Minimum bid $250.00

Lot 9 Harvey McBurnette Eagles Nest, NM marked oosic handled front lock, dovetailed bolsters on each end, 3 1/2" closed, 6 1/2" open. Mint. (XVI-080) Minimum bid $300.00

Lot 10 Mel Pardue jigged bone locking liner with Mokume bolsters, fileworked liners and lockback bar, as well a backstrap, with thumbstud, dovetailed bolsters, 3 3/8" closed, 6" open. Mint. (XVI-008) Minimum bid $225.00

Lot 11 Jack Busfield Mesa AZ pearl lockback, slant dovetailed bolsters on each end, hand rubbed finish, mirror polished bolsters, 3" closed. Mint. (XVI-001) Minimum bid $350.00

Lot 12 Tim Britton folder, engraved by Jim Small. This is the actual knife featured in all of Britton's pass out cards (to this day!) stag handles. A couple of his cards featuring this knife are included. 3 5/16" closed. (XVI-089) Minimum bid $350.00

Lot 13 Jess Horn Micarta handled drop point folder. Drilled for lanyard, lockback, hand rubbed finish, 4" closed. Mint. (XVI-011) Minimum bid $400.00

Lot 14 Jerry Fisk one of 12 specially designed folder series, elaborate etching in 2 styles, friction lock, 3 1/8" closed, 5 1/2" open, mint, rare. (XVI-090) Minimum bid $350.00

Lot 15 Steve Johnson, Manti, Utah elliptical hunter. Mammoth ivory handles, features his signature stamp on the reverse side of the blade, rare, original belt sheath. Tapered tang, drilled for lanyard, red liners, 8 1/2" oal, 3 7/8", typical flawless Johnson workmanship. Mint (XVI-015) Minimum bid $500.00

Lot 16 Steve Johnson Manti Utah clip point hunter, mirror polished blade, tapered tang. Wood handles with nickel silver guard and handle bolts, original leather belt sheath. Superb sheath by one of the best. 7 7/8" closed, 3 3/4" blade. (XVI-020) Minimum bid $400.00

Lot 17 T. W. Downing semi skinner. Mirror polished blade, tapered tang, stag handles with nickel silver guard, leather belt sheath. 9 1/4" oal, 4 1/2" blade, red liner. Mint. (XVI-149) Minimum bid $170.00

Lot 18 Harvey McBurnette hunting knife. Trailing point blade, full tang with filework tang and liners, genuine stag handle, brass guard, unused but blade has light pitting overall. No sheath. Near mint. 7 1/8" oal, 2 7/8" blade. (XVI-150) Minimum bid $140.00

Lot 19 Steve Hoel Utility folder, wood handles, 3 7/8" closed, lockback, hand rubbed finish, one tiny indent into the wood at the front pivot rivet. Not usually notable unless it was a Hoel or comparable. Amazing how he can make a basic utility functional folder look like an art knife. Beautiful (XVI-006) Minimum bid $350.00

Lot 20 George Herron hunter. Brushed finish semi-skinner, cocobolo wood handles, original leather belt sheath, legendary Hall of Fame knifemaker, and the father of knifemaking in South Carolina. Straight tang, 7 3/4" oal, 3 1/4" blade. Mint. Does not have the typical number on the tang and matching number on the sheath, more of a utility type knife. (XVI-018) Minimum bid $375.00

Lot 21 D. L. Hedrick double edged fighter, tapered tang, wood scales, nickel silver bolsters engraved by Julie Warenski, featuring gold inlay. Fancy tooled leather sheath. 10" oal, 5 1/2" blade, mint. (XVI-021) Minimum bid $450.00

Lot 22 Ron Lake Tail lock interframe folder. 7 4/16" closed, drop point blade, back of tang stamped with "2". Brass frame with wood inlay. Mint. (XVI-156) Minimum bid $2,000.00

Lot 23 Doug Casteel Art Dagger. Damascus double edge blade, engraved brass handle and blade overlay. Stainless guard and pommel. Fabulous knife by an incredible maker (now passed). Originally sold for several thousand dollars. 18" oal, 12" blade, no sheath (likely came in a presentation case that has disappeared back down the line). Mint except for a couple of tiny specks near the tip. (XVI-144) Minimum bid $700.00

Lot 24 Warren Osborne folder, lockback, Damascus steel double edge dagger blade, mokume frame with black lip pearl scales, Damascus lanyard tap, 3 3/4" closed. Beautiful. (XVI-155) Minimum bid $800.00

Lot 25 Ed Van Hoy drop point hunter. Mosaic Damascus steel blade, tapered tang with ironwood handles. Stainless dovetailed bolster with hand engraving. Leather belt sheath. 8 7/8" oal, 4 3/8" blade, mint. (XVI-104) Minimum bid $250.00

Lot 26 Ruana Hunter with the "M" stamp. Appears to be a 27C model, 9 1/4" oal, 4 3/4" blade, sharpened and carried some but typical Ruana's out of the box lean to the rough side so taking that into consideration this one is near mint. (pre-1983) (XVI-148) Minimum bid $300.00

Lot 27 Mike McClure Crown stag fillet knife. Journeyman smith mark, 11" oal, 6 1/4" blade, nickel silver guard, hidden tang, red and black spacers, unused but there is some specking along the blade edges. Leather sheath. (XVI-102) Minimum bid $80.00

Lot 28 Zscherny stag handled small folder. Hand rubbed finish, fileworked liners, lockback, 2 1/2" closed, 4 1/4" open, mint. (XVI-002) Minimum bid $120.00

Lot 29 L.J. Thompson, Forest Grove, OR deep jigged bone folder, frontlock, nice hand rubbed finish, slant dovetailed bolsters, 3 5/8" closed, 6 5/8" open. Mint. (XVI-003) Minimum bid $160.00

Lot 30 Bob Cargill muskrat canoe with stag handles. Oak leaf shield, 3 5/8" closed, mint. (XVI-005) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 31 Gil Hibben handmade folder, button lock locks the blade open and closed, long cut out in the blade, metal frame with a rubber insert, 5" closed, mint. (XVI-007) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 32 Hegwood micarta folder, sliplock, dovetailed bolsters, 3 1/2" closed, #21, appears to have been carried and used, cleaned to exc plus/nm. (XVI-010) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 33 R. Cover 2 blade jumbo trapper with deep jigged bone handles, dovetailed bolsters with black liner, sliplock, 2 blacksprings, Mint, 4 1/4" closed. (XVI-012) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 34 Frank Centofante, Tampa, FL red jigged bone folding lockback, 3 5/8" closed. Hand rubbed finish. Mint. (XVI-013) Minimum bid $160.00

Lot 35 Claude Montjoy Stag Gunstock folder, 2 blades, hand rubbed finish, grooved bolsters, 2 7/8" closed. Mint. (XVI-014) Minimum bid $200.00

Lot 36 Corbet Sigman drop point hunter. Mirror polished, hidden tang with a single finger grip, nickel silver guard and pommel. No sheath. 9 1/2" oal, 5" blade, mint. (XVI-016) Minimum bid $210.00

Lot 37 Bret Dowell, Canton, OK handmade hunting knife. Skinner blade, mirror polished, maple handles. Tapered tang with filework. Leather sheath. Exceptional balance, 7 7/8" oal, 3 3/4" blade, (XVI-017) Minimum bid $80.00

Lot 38 C. H. Morris pearl folder with anodized bolsters and liners, fileworked on liners, titanium backstrap, dovetailed bolsters, saber ground blade with thumbstud, 4" closed. Mint. (XVI-072) Minimum bid $200.00

Lot 39 Jess Horn small folder with white synthetic handles, #21 on reverse of tang, 2 7/8" closd, 5 1/8" open, hand rubbed finish, sliplock (XVI-073) Minimum bid $300.00

Lot 40 William Henry liner lock with black palmwood handles. Curved bolster, 2 7/8" closed, with leather pocket pouch, thumbstud, locking liner. (XVI-074) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 41 W. D. Pease elegant pearl handled lockback. Release is distinctive in that it is on the liner and depressing it lifts the lock to release the blade, 4" closed, 6 7/8" open, handrubbed flat and mirror polished in the concave edge of the blade, sculpted non-rounded edges. Clean design. (XVI-075) Minimum bid $300.00

Lot 42 Bill King pearl handled locking liner with dark swirl mokume bolsters, fileworked on blade back and inside liners, anodized titanium locking liner, dovetailed bolsters, 3" closed, 5 1/8" open, ATS34 steel, number 0311, mint. (XVI-078) Minimum bid $225.00

Lot 43 Owen Wood mastadon handled hunter, curved dovetailed bolsters, some filework forming a thumbrest, red liners, 7" oal, 3 1/8" blade, mint. No sheath. (XVI-081) Minimum bid $200.00

Lot 44 Corbet Sigman bone handled folder, drilled for lanyard, 4" closed, 6 3/4" open, hand rubbed semi-skinner blade, lockback. Mint. (XVI-082) Minimum bid $250.00

Lot 45 John Fuller black pearl handled folder, engraved slant nickel-silver bolsters, 2 3/4" closed, 4 5/8" oal. Mint. (XVI-085) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 46 Kaj Embretson drop point hunter. Fileworked blade, mirror polished, burl maple handle with Damascus guard and pommel. Swedish Art Knife Invitational maker. No sheath, comes with a zip up case. Hidden tang, 8 3/4" oal, 3 3/4" blade. Mint. (xVI-093) Minimum bid $180.00

Lot 47 Ernie Grospitch USA Moran style wire inlaid maple handled folder, lockback, coffin pommel, dovetailed bolsters on the front end, fileworked liners, blade back , and backspring. 5" closed, 9" open. Mint. (XVI-094) Minimum bid $200.00

Lot 48 Gene Shadley 2 blade Doctors knife. Former Knifemaker's Guild President, jigged bone handled 2 blade (spatula 2ed blade) 3 1/2" closed. Mint. (XVI-096) Minimum bid $225.00

Lot 49 Kelgin (Ken Largin) trailing point hunter. brushed finish blade with filework. Desert ironwood handle with turquoise spacers. Brass guard and pommel, wood presentation case. No sheath. 4 1/4" blade, 8 3/8" oal, mint. (XVI-097) Minimum bid $75.00

Lot 50 Dan D (Dan Dennehey) spike dagger. 3 sided triangular blade, ebony handle with nickel silver ferrule. Tooled leather sheath with limb slits, famous early maker and knife thrower. Hidden tang, 9 1/2" oal, 4 7/8" blade, with sheath, mint. (xVI-098) Minimum bid $80.00

Lot 51 Steve Fecas Fighter. Hand rubbed finish, ATS34 steel, double edge blade, tapered tang, Ironwood handles with stainless dovetailed bolster. Leather belt sheath. 10" oal, 5 3.8" blade, 3 1/4" sharpened false edge, some basic tooling on the pouch leather sheath, mint. Great knife from a top S. C. maker who is no longer with us. (XVI-099) Minimum bid $140.00

Lot 52 Todd Kopp, Apache Jct. Az, Elmer Keith model skinner. Mirror polished blade, ground from heavy 3/8" stock, polished stag handle with nickel silver spacers and fittings. Basketweave leather belt sheath. Superb. 9 1/2" oal, 4 3/5" blade. Mint, with basketweave leather sheath. (XVI-103) Minimum bid $140.00

Lot 53 Colin Cox fighter. Partial double edge satin finished blade, stacked leather washer handles with nickel silver guard and duralumin pommel with lanyard. Leather belt sheath with sharpening stone, former Randall employee. 11" oal, 6" blade, mint. Sullivan sheath. (XVI-105) Minimum bid $200.00

Lot 54 Bob Patrick, Woodcraft style hunter. Satin finish, wide belly skinner blade. Polished stag handles with micarta spacers, 2 pieces around a hidden tang. Stainless guard and duralium pommel. High quality Candadian maker. Leather belt sheath. Micarta spacers. Knife is mint but the spacers ride a little higher than the handle. 9" oal, 4 1/2" blade. Mint except as noted. (XVI-110) Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 55 Ken McFall drop point hunter, unique cactus handle with burl spalted wood spacer, mirror polished, nickel silver guard, spacers, and pommel. Tooled leather belt sheath. 9" oal, 4 1/4" blade, mint. (XVI-114) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 56 Frank Dilluvio sub hilt fighter. Mirror polished double edge blade with slot cutout. Full tang. Stag handles with polished stainless fittings. Leather sheath with belt clip. 10" oal, 5 1/4" blade, 3" sharpened false edge. Mint. (XVI-115) Minimum bid $140.00

Lot 57 Chuck Hawes Damascus hunter. Drop point Damascus steel blade with filework. Hidden tang, genuine stag handle, Mokume guard with a leather belt sheath. 8 1/2" oal, 4 1/4" blade, leather sheath. Mint. (XVI-116) Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 58 Tommy Lee Damascus hunter, drop point blade with a tapered tang. Desert ironwood handles with dovetailed stainless bolster. With leather belt sheath. 6 1/4" oal, 2 7/8" blade. Mint. (XVI-120) Minimum bid $110.00

Lot 59 Butch Beaver, New River, Az, Gentleman's hunter. Mirror polished blade, tapered tang, slant and dovetailed bolsters, exotic wood handles with mosaic pins. Fancy tooled leather belt sheath. 6 1/2" opal, 2 5/8" blade, mint. Top Arizona maker who recently passed. (XVI-121) Minimum bid $80.00

Lot 60 D. A. Ruana micarta hunter, on back marked, DHR Grand. Dave Ruana is the grandson of legendary Rudy Ruana and worked Saturday's under his Grandad's supervision between 1978-1983. He worked full time for Ruana Knives 1987-1989, but was also making RHR Grand knives signed DARuana with sheath stamped R.H.R. over Grand with a diagonal knife in 1987, likely the year this knife was made. He has undertaken some impressive and intricate art knives in recent years. Mint, micarta handled hunter with three lanyard hole size rivet, 8" oal, 3 5/8" blade. Ming (XVI-122) Minimum bid $120.00

Lot 61 Russell Easler hunter, hand rubbed blade with a false edge, ATS34 steel, tapered tang, rich grain wood handle, stainless bolster guard, leather belt sheath. Highly regarded South Carolina maker. 7 1/2" oal, 3 3/8" blade, pouch leather sheath. Knife is mint, sheath shows some storage scuffs. (XVI-123) Minimum bid $165.00

Lot 62 Randy Lee drop point hunter. Mirror polished drop point blade with filework. Tapered tang. Spalted maple handle with mosaic pins. Tooled leather belt sheath by Sonja Lee, 7 12" oal, 3 1/4" blade, mint. (XVI-124) Minimum bid $200.00

Lot 63 Sid Birt small dagger with wood handles, no sheath. Tapered tang with liner, nickel silver bolster, 8 1/8" oal, 3 5/8" blade. In his heyday Sid was considered one of the very top knifemakers and his knives commanded top dollar. (XVI-126.jog ) Minimum bid $160.00

Lot 64 Ray Beers drop point hunter. Wood handles with brass pins, full tang construction, leather belt sheath. Straight tang, 7" oal, 3 3/4" blade, RB stamped leather pouch sheath. Mint. Ray Beers is also known as the knifemaker who made a knife for--and presented to the Pope in Rome, as well as designing knives for the Franklin Mint. (XVI-127) Minimum bid $70.00

Lot 65 Harry George, Aiken, SC ironwood hunter, tapered tang, great balance, 7" oal, 3 1/4". If the Aiken address makes you wonder if there is a connection to George Herron you are right--Harry was George's son-in-law. Mint. (XVI-128) Minimum bid $125.00

Lot 66 Brown & Pharr wood handled 2 blade in their unique pattern. Dovetailed bolsters, 3 5/8" long closed, 2 blades. (XVI-129) Minimum bid $80.00

Lot 67 Ron Gaston stag small hunter, tapered tang, hand rubbed finish, 6" oal, 2 5/8" blade, mint. no sheath. (xVI-130) Minimum bid $170.00

Lot 68 John Walker mastodon ivory folder, Damascus dovetailed bolsters, fileworked inside, with a gold tag, 3" closed, 5 5/8" open, mint. Sliplock. (XVI-131) Minimum bid $200.00

Lot 69 Don Hanson Pearl handled Damascus folder. 3 1/8" closed, 5 1/4" open, nickel silver bolsters and liners, sliplock, mint. (XVI-132) Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 70 J. D. Clay, Greenup Ky wide belly skinner, Mirror polished blade, tapered tang, contoured micarta handles, leather belt sheath. Drilled for lanyard, 8 1/8" oal, 3 3/4" blade, mint. (XVI-151) Minimum bid $80.00

Lot 71 Allen Elischewitz micarta handled bead blasted fighter, 12" oal, 6" blade, hidden tang, sculpted micarta handle, drilled for lanyard, Mint. (XVI-201) Minimum bid $170.00

Lot 72 Bob Sky (Bob Hajovosky) sub hilt fighter, wood handles with fileworked nickel silver fittings, polished double edge blade, leather belt sheath. 12 1/2" oal, 7 1/2" blade, top edge sharpened for 5 1/4". Mint. I once asked Bob since he was from Texas did he consider himself a Southerner (as Texas was part of the Confederacy) or since he lived west of the Mississippi did he consider himself a Westerner. His answer? "Texan." (XVI-136) Minimum bid $200.00

Lot 73 Bone fighter, finger grooved genuine stag handles, satin finished false edge blade, nickel silver hilt and pommel. "H" mark on the tang (Hipps era), Reverse tang marked W.81.S, nickel silver and fiber spacer at the guard, 10 3/4" oal, 5 7/8" blade with a 4 1/2" sharpened false edge. No sheath. Some light water specks. (xVI-141) Minimum bid $210.00

Lot 74 Gill Hibben hunting knife, cleaned brushed finish, false edge skinner blade. Wood handle with maroon spacers, nickel silver guard and pommel. Early model features collectible Manti, UT mark. Original leather belt sheath 9 3/4" oal, 4 7/8" blade, hidden tang, near mint. (XVI-194) Minimum bid $225.00

Lot 75 Frank Centofante hunting knife, brushed finish trailing point blade. Leather spacer handle with brass guard and pommel. Original leather belt sheath. Blade has a few minor pit specks and some tarnish on the guard and pommel. Very early knife by a former Knifemaker's Guild President and Cutlery Hall of Fame member.9 1/2" oal, 5" blade. near mint. (XVI-153) Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 76 S. Mackrill wide belly skinner. Mirror polished blade with filework, full tang. Exotic horn handles, brass bolsters guard with hand engraving of an impala-like animal. Includes elephant hide sheath and fitted wood presentation box. Top tier South African maker. 9 3/8" oal, 4 5/8" blade. Mint in presentation box. (XVI-147) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 77 J. D. Clay small hunter/patch knife. Mirror polished stainless drop point blade, genuine stag tine tip handles with silver collar, basketweave leather sheath. 7" oal, 3" blade. Mint. (XVI-133) Minimum bid $90.00

Lot 78 Gene Baskett drop point hunter, mirror polished blade, full tang construction, laminated wood handles with nickel silver guard, filework all over it. Leather belt sheath. 7 5/8" oal, 3 1/4" blade, even the guard is fileworked. Mint. (XVI-108) Minimum bid $80.00

Lot 79 Beauchamp utility hunter, hand rubbed finish blade, 9 1/4" oal, 4 3/4" blade with a 2 1/2" sharpened false edge, straight tang, dovetailed bolsters. Primitive bone handles, Exotic premium leather belt sheath. Mint. South African maker. (XVI-154) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 80 Randall Model 13-12 Arkansas toothpick. Black micarta handle with scalloped brass collar and pommel. Blade has a few minor rust spots. Rough back Johnson sheath. Near mint. (XVI-146) Minimum bid $300.00

Lot 81 Burt Foster Journeyman hunting knife, wide design, 7 3/8" 9oal, 3 1/4" blade, with a 1 1/2" false edge, hand forged, hidden tang, maple handle with nickel silver guard. Marked 2003 on the back of the tang. Slightly used with some minor rust spots, no sheath. From one of the winners of Forged in Fire. (XVI-152) Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 82 James B. Lile hunting knife. Wide design blade, cleaned to a brushed finish, stag handle with brass guard and pommel. Early model with his hand signed cursive mark. Slightly used, a few specks and a spiderweb, straight tang. 9 1/8" oal, 4 1/2" blade, leather belt sheath. (XVI-157) Minimum bid $250.00

Lot 83 Voorhis Bowie. Massive 17" oal, 11 1/4" Bowie with a brass back spine, mirror polished, black staminawood handle with ivory micarta inlay and fancy pins. Brass ferrule and pommel. Stainless hilt. No sheath. Comes with a zip up case. (XVI-145) Minimum bid $250.00

Lot 84 Chris Reeve/Bill Harsey combat knife, Partially serrated 7" S35V blade with parkerized finish. Sculpted micarta handle, military style gray cordura belt sheath. New knife but has a couple of tiny rub marks, marked on back of tang, "Idaho made". 12 1/2" oal, 7" blade, extended tang drilled for lanyard, straight tang. no box. (XVI-135) Minimum bid $300.00

Lot 85 Jim Crowell Mastersmith Bowie, stag handles, hidden tang, leather sheath with belt stud. (XVI-200) Minimum bid $200.00

Lot 86 Jim Behring Scagel style crazy sharp hunter/ Nickel silver guard with spacers, stacked with micarta, leather washers, and the V part of a antler. 11 1/2" oal, 6 1/4" blade, mint, design on the sheath. Scagel would have been proud himself to have made one like this. (XVI-189) Minimum bid $250.00

Lot 87 David Anders Bowie with reddish wood handles, "S" shaped blued guard, fileworked and grooved ferrule and pommel, 13" oal, 8" blade, hand rubbed finish, no sheath. Mint. Comes with a zip up case. (XVI-191) Minimum bid $200.00

Lot 88 Beaver USA Trailing point hunter, brass guard and pommel curved in the Elmer Keith style, 10 1/2" oal, 5" blade, staminawood handles with spacers, marked "Beaver USA" and "115" on the back side of the blade, leather sheath. Mint. (XVI-172) Minimum bid $70.00

Lot 89 Anders stag Bowie, round pommel, straight guard, metal tip and throat sheath with frog, well done hand rubbed finish, straight tang with some specks on it that should clean easily, Mastersmith mark, hand forged. 11" oal, 6 3/4" blade. Mint except as noted. (XVI-161) Minimum bid $225.00

Lot 90 Randall 1-7 with wood handles, Vietnam era, nickel silver guard, duralumin guard drilled for lanyard, rough back Johnson sheath, gray 2 piece combo stone, marked Personalized by Randall (as was done free for the military) with "R.W.R." on the reverse of the blade. Near mint. Wicked sharp. (XVI-163) Minimum bid $300.00

Lot 91 Crowell crown stag hunter, handle is stacked leather, ironwood, and crown stag pommel, hidden tang, nickel silver guard with spacers, 10 1/2" oal, 5 1/4" blade, mint expect for light specking in a couple of spots on the back of the blade. Pouch leather sheath, mint except as noted. (XVI-197) Minimum bid $200.00

Lot 92 Jay Hendrickson handforged hunter, wood handle with wire inlay and carving, highlighted by a stag guard and pommel. Heavy duty leather sheath, Mastersmith mark, 9 1/2" oal, 5" blade, mint. Former head of the American Bladesmiths Society and protegee of W.R. Moran. (XVI-196) Minimum bid $250.00

Lot 93 Fred Carter Carter/Kawasaki design hunter, sculpted wood handle over a hidden tang, brushed finished blade and guard, spacer on the handle, 8 3/4" oal, 4 1/4" blade, leather sheath, mint. (XVI-198) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 94 Ray Cook pearl handled hunter, fileworked tang, milled liner, 8" oal, 3 3/8" blade, light design on the bolsters, leather sheath. Ray was best known as a knife customizer who started in the early 70's and also made a limited number of handmades, most were folders. Mint. (XVI-166) Minimum bid $70.00

Lot 95 Bob Sky (Robert Hajovsky, Scotland, TX) laminated wood handled dagger, 9 1//2" oal, 4 3/4" blade, thumb break boot sheath, nickel silver guard, tapered tang, mint except for a tiny imperfection in the handle (no a crack as much as an indention). Mint except as noted. (XVI-175) Minimum bid $135.00

Lot 96 GV marked stag caping hunter with a flap sheath, bone handles cut to resemble stag, extended tang drilled for lanyard, 7 1/2" oal, 3" blade, mnt, sheath some storage dings. (XVI-158) Minimum bid $70.00

Lot 97 Kershaw Crocodile hunter, Solingen, Germany, large 15" long wood handled knife with a 10" blade, brass fitting with spacers. #3653. Unused and mint except for some light specks here and there. Sheath marked "Made in Germany." (XVI-162) Minimum bid $80.00

Lot 98 Queen display panel with an array of winterbottom delrin handles. Six pieces, scissors, sell end jack, barlow sheepfoot, folding hunter two sheath knives with one tooled sheath, all mint. (XVI-024) Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 99 Pair of Queen pearl handled knives, #4 sleeveboard and #57 stockman 3 blade. (XVI-025) Minimum bid $50.00


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