J. Bruce Voyles, Auctioneers Knife Auction 117


Auction Ends Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020
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Lots 1-99

Lots 100-199

Lots 200-299

Lots 300-327



Lot 1 SOMETHING TO SAY: As The lead knife from Auction 113 is relisted here. There was no reserve on this knife--but a worthless idiot thought he would be a big dog when he was only a little mutt bid  a large single bid thousands of dollars above the nearest bid. Others could no longer bid. The idiot won the bid--maybe he was broke or just dishonorable by not living up to his word, per the bidding terms. He would not pay. We have no  choice but to relist the knives on which he bid to be fair to the consignor. For you as a bidder, those of you that wished you had bid higher last auction and bought this fabulous knife, you have another chance. The idiot who renieged on his bid will never be allowed to bid in our auctions again, and because of the amounts involved we are reviewing legal remedies. Bid like you want to own it--because you just might. H. H. FRANK GOLD ENGRAVED CUTLERY MASTERPIECE. If you do not know who H.H. Frank is you will not be much of a bidder on this one.  Every part of this knife that can be engraved is: bolsters, blade, top and bottom of the tang, inside the backspring, pin heads, even the end of the removeable gold toothpick, and the gold shield. Dovetailed gold bolsters, 3 3/8" long closed, 6" open, dated April 3, 2001, and is one of the most spectacular lockbacks I have ever held in my hand. If you are lucky enough to win the bid on this cutlery masterpiece, you can hold it in your hands and will understand what I mean. You can see even more pictures of this knife in high resolution by going to our primary site, www.jbrucevoyles.com and following the links to the high res catalog.(pnm  HM13-002)  Minimum bid  $4,000.00.  (pmn HM13-002.jpg )  $3,000.00

Lot 2 (See intro to lot one--same circumstance) Dietmar Kressler Damascus integral subhilt stag fighter, THE KNIFE: , double ground, tapered tang, drilled for lanyard, beautiful red stag handles, 9 1/2" oal, 4 7/8" blade with a leather sheath. Mint.  (dht HM13-013.)  $400.00

Lot 3 Ron Lake lockback folder, (see intro to lot 1, same circumstance) THE KNIFE, with exotic horn handles, engraved by the legendary Winston Churchill, stamped "24" on the reverse of the tang. Slide out toothpick under the handle, marked "LAKE" on the front side, grooved bolsters, 3 1/8" closed, 5 1/2" open, knife is mint except as is often the case with horn handles, the horn is pulling and rises above the bolsters a tiny bit. This may be the sleeper Ron Lake knife of all time. , THE MAKER: For more about Ron Lake, please see his bio on Lot 5 in this auction--and I will add he has always been one of the most helpful to other makers, and a good friend to me. As an officer in the Knifemakers' Guild he once said, "To be a great organization we have to do great things." The same can be said of his him--he does great things.   (pmn  HM13-013)  $1,000.00

Lot 4 IXL GEORGE WOSTENHOLM PEARL LIBRARY KNIFE. Featured on page 90 of "Sheffield Exhibition Knives", George Wostenholm Celebrated, 3 7/8" long with a wharncliffe master blade, long pen blade, buttonhook and corkscrew all in a shadow bolsterless pattern, ivory blade for turning pages without getting ink on your hands. Milled brass liners. Pre-1901 and thus antique. (pmn XHB007)  $1,000.00

Lot 5 IXL GEORGE WOSTENHOLM Exhibition Sports Knife. Featured on page 147 of "Sheffield Exhibition Knives" . Six blades, most marked IXL George Wostenholm Sheffield, master blade does not have IXL on the tang. Fine filework on the backs of every blade, and is even fileworked inside on the backspring. Fine pebbly exhibition grade stag, bar shield, 3 1/4" close, 5 1/2" open with master blade only. Long pull through the tang nailmarks on BOTH sides of the Master blade, Mint. Comes in a Gold foil embossed leather covered exhibition case with the IXL logo inside in gold on the satin liner. (pnmXHB023)  $1,000.00

Lot 6 PICQUE PEARL handled knife. This is NOT a fruit knife, as there is not a sterling silver blade, marked what appears to be "HMILE”?, London". Carved pearl with a massive number of pins (some of the pins are missing (the pins were not fastened to the liners but merely went through the pearl). Rolled silver covering on the backspring, 3 1/8" long closed, 4 1/2" open, blade has some pitting, excellent. (pnmXHB045) Estimate $300-$400. (pmn  XHB045)  $150.00

Lot 7 IXL GEORGE WOSTENHOLM GRACEFUL MULTIBLADE featured on page 159 of "Sheffield Exhibition Knives" . A 4" multi blade sports knife with a locking master spear blade etched "G. Wostenholm & Son IXL Sheffield". Other blades include: pen, buttonhook, corkscrew, triangular leather punch, hoof pick. Slide out pick and tweezers under the handles. Blade backs and inside the backspring on both sides are fileworked. There is some specking along the back of the master blade and a single spot on the front of the spear master blade close to the tang. Marked "George Wostenholm IXL Cutlery Sheffield" on the tang. Mint except as noted. (pnmXHB025) Estimate $850-$1400. (Relisted due to dishonorable winning bidder not paying per the stated terms). (pmn XHB025)  $1,000.00

Lot 8 Joseph Rodgers stag congress exhibition knife--Not Previously offered, grooved bolsters, 3 1/4" closed, marked Sheffield, England, Cutlers to His Majesty, quality suggests pre-1914, unused and mint except for some spotting on the backspring.  (pmn XHB016)  $400.00

Lot 9 IXL George Wostenholm, Sheffield, (No England) designating pre-1890 and thus legal as it is over 100 years old. 4" closed, 7 1/2" open, punch and glove hook opposite the main blade, which is a front lock, 2 implements under handle, corkscrew on the back side with some filework. Unused but some spots on the upper blade back, and cracks across one rivet on each side. Bar shield.  (pmn not shot)  $400.00

Lot 10 Ron Fraizer handmade skinner, stag handles, leather sheath, tapered tang, hand rubbed finish. One of the top makers of his time. West Virginia maker. 9 1/4" oal, 4 1/2" closed (bev XVII-276) Minimum Bid $300.00

Lot 11 T. R. Overeyender interframe , Arlington, TX made fiery colorful pearl interframe, two inset pearl pieces on each side, front lock, tang dated 1989, engraving is by legendary Lynton McKenzie (also dated 1989), hand rubbed finish, 3 1/4" closed, 5 7/8" open, mint. (See info in Lot 1 on why this knife is being relisted). (pmn HM13-095)  $800.00

Lot 12 J Greenhough ivory smokers knife and ivory pen. Both with golfer logos on the smaller blades, pen is 2 5/8" closed, long pull, mint. Lobster smoker's knife has a sheep foot master blade, pen blade, fold out button hook, cigar fork, and on the back a manicure blade and cigar venting punch, all in a 2 1/4" package. One rivet crack on the front and a chip missing from the pivot rivet up on the reverse side. Blades are mint. *Part of the multi-parcel offering. Please see the attached addendum for details. (pgn XHB133.jpg) $10.00

Lot 13 Larry Feugen fancy crown stag folder, elaborately fileworked, carved stag, 3 1/2" closed, 6 1/8" open, handforged. Note accompanying the knife states that reportedly one of only four made this size. Mint, although the finish does not compare with his more recent art. (wcav XVII-346) Minimum Bid $200.00

Lot 14 R. W. Jeffries hidden tang handmade with a crown stag handle, leaning toward the crude side, no sheath. 9" oal, 4 1/2" blade. (bev XVII-267) Minimum Bid $100.00

Lot 15 Watson stag handled hunter, nickel silver guard, saber ground, genuine stag handles, drilled for lanyard. 8" oal, 4 1/2" blade, red liner, straight tang (bev XVII-279) Minimum Bid $20.00

Lot 16 Exkelibur (Barry Burger, South Africa) marked well done wood handled drop point hunter in pouch sheath. 7 1/2" oal, 3 1/2" wood handle, straight tang, hand rubbed finish, pouch sheath. (bev XVII-280) Minimum Bid $80.00

Lot 17 Al Pendray handmade Bowie sized hunter forged from a wood rasp, micarta slab handles, straight tang, kydex sheath. 12 1/2'' oal, 7'' blade Mint (dht XV-058-dht) Minimum Bid $100.00

Lot 18 J. H. Lloyd handmade folder, Walrus ivory handles (the pebbly part that identifies it is clearly visible and not subject to US Fish & Wildlife restrictions for elephant ivory sales). 3 1/2" closed, saber ground, mint, but a natural check on the back side. Please check your local regulations on walrus ivory before bid ding. (XV-207-rdm) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 19 Larry McEachern, Villa Rica, GA smooth bone handled handmade hunter, pouch leather sheath, straight tang. Sharpened and used, so near mint. (tgg XV-276) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 20 Jim Siska fancy Bowie, deep and long false edge, slant guard, spacer, hidden tang, hand rubbed finish. Pommel is filed to fit indentations in the stag, leather sheath, in other words a damn nice knife! 13" oal, 7 1/2" blade. Mint (wcav XVII-378) Minimum Bid $350.00

Lot 21 Gary Barnes Mastersmith art knife, Damascus blade, pearl gold lip interframe on both sides, fileworked tang, sculpted metal handles, 10" oal, 5 3/8" blade. No sheath, comes in a zip up case. (wcav DSC_0369) Minimum Bid $150.00

Lot 22 R Baker drop point with wood handles, 8" oal, 3 1/2" blade, laminated wood handle that has some surface cracking, straight tang, early knifemaker finish, brass guard, fileworked blade back, used, sheath stamped "H. P". (Houston Price, the late publisher of Knife World). (mhpt XV-417) Minimum Bid $40.00

Lot 23 Tommy Lee wood handled locking liner wood handled folder with thumbstud, dovetailed bolsters, 4 1/2" closed, 7 1/8" open (wcav XVII-348) Minimum Bid $100.00

Lot 24 Lile laminated wood handled folder, lockback, nickel-silver guard with thumbstud, 3 3/4" closed, 6 7/8" open, mint. (rgot XVII-332) Minimum Bid $250.00

Lot 25 Trio of Dan-D (Dan Dehenney) throwing knives, sharpened points on both ends, one larger 15", two smaller, 13 1/2", They appear to have been thrown some but no damage, near mint. (mbc XVII-330) Minimum Bid $100.00

Lot 26 H. McCarty stag handled drop point, red liners, drilled for lanyard, pouch sheath, tapered tang, 8 1/8 oal, 3 1/2" blade. (tgg XVII-333) Minimum Bid $100.00

Lot 27 Chuck Hawes, Weldon, IL Handmade Damascus hunter, hidden tang, stag and stacked leather washer handle, brass guard, 9 3/4" oal, 5 1/2" blade, pouch sheath by Greger Leather of Tustin CA, mint. (tgg XVII-335) Minimum Bid $150.00

Lot 28 Handmade fingergrooved hunter marked MRB, with lanyard, sculped wood handles, pouch sheath. 8 1/2" oal, 4" blade mint. (bev XVII-278) Minimum Bid $30.00

Lot 29 Unmarked handmade with cholla cactus and epoxy handle. Leather pouch sheath. Straight tang, red liner 9" oal, 4 1/4" blade. (bev XVII-233) Minimum Bid $10.00

Lot 30 Morris Pullium handforged handmade Bowie, crown stag handle, Damascus blade, Spanish notch formed into a heart, journeyman abs smith mark with Indian beaded primitive leather fringed sheath, mint. 17" oal, 12 1/4" blade, G. W. Boos in a plate on the end of the crown stag. (wcav XVII-353) Minimum Bid $200.00

Lot 31 Wayne Hensley handmade G10 handled tactical liner lock. 4 3/4" closed, 8 3/4" open, with thumbstud. Mint. Drilled for a lanyard, with a beltclip on the back (couple of scratches on the clip from storage), otherwise mint. (tgg XVII-339) Minimum Bid $80.00

Lot 32 Poole.2 stag handled small ulu style skinner, 4 1/4" oal, 1 1/2" blade but blade is 2" wide too,2 1/2" of cutting edge. Mint with leather sheath. (tgg XVII-340) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 33 Poole.2 mini stag handled skinner, leather sheath, mint. Straight tang, 4 1/8" oal, 2 1/8" blade. (tgg XVII-341) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 34 Marvin Poole sheephorn handled large Bowie, straight tang, engine turned blade flat. Leather sheath. 11 3/4" oal, 7 3/4" blade, straight guard, Mint. "98 2854" on the back of the tang. (tgg XVII-342) Minimum Bid $90.00

Lot 35 Poole.2 micarta handled mini cutter, drilled for lanyard, leather sheath. Straight tang, 4 1/4" oal, 2" blade, mint. (tgg XVII-343) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 36 Remington Pre-WWII vintage lobster, etched, pristine mint condition. R6204, 3" closed. (rgot XVII-037) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 37 Remigton unused pre WWII vintage pyremite 2 blade, couple of age spots that are deep, but still super nice. R4145m nunt except for the spider on the front (see photo). (rgot XVII-038) Minimum Bid $55.00

Lot 38 Remingtion pre-1940 pyremite 2 blade dogleg, long pull, crispy mint. R7465, 3 3/8" closed. (rgot XVII-039) Minimum Bid $65.00

Lot 39 Camillus USA "DeLuxe" stock knife, clear etching on the blade, mint, #69, jigged bone handles, grooved bolsters, 4 inches closed. Mint. (rgot XVII-040) Minimum Bid $80.00

Lot 40 Schrade-Walden NY USA #880 pattern peachseed bone three blade Premium stockman, saber ground with "Kon-Kav" etched on the long pull blade. Mint, a couple of age specks that do not disqualify from that rating for a knife this old. (rgot XVII-042) Minimum Bid $200.00

Lot 41 Keen Kutter etched "Keen Kutter" and spay blade etched "For Flesh only" bowtie shield, three blade jigged bone cattle knife with grooved bolsters. Unused but some specks, still mint considering the age, 3 1/2" closed. K3071 1/4. (rgot XVII-044) Minimum Bid $75.00

Lot 42 Bernard Butt, Danville VA is the name on this otherwise unmarked wood handled Bowie on a wood deer tine stand, fileworked blade back, 15 3/4" oal, 11" blade, straight tang. (rhh XVII-045) Minimum Bid $25.00

Lot 43 Case later model "First Steps on the Moon" Astronauts knife. 90's, Parker era. Mint. (rhh XVII-046) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 44 Herb Derr, WV Crown stag folder, handforged Damascus blade, heart shaped piece on the pivot pin, friction folder. 3 5/8" closed, 5 7/8" open. Mint. With a leather sheath. (wcav XVII-350) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 45 Fancy Damascus Bowie, brass guard ferrule and pommel, hidden tang, burl wood handles, comes with a wood display stand (no sheath) one spot on the back, 16" oal, 10 1/4" blade. (rhh XVII-048) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 46 Boker Applegate-Fairbain OSS smatchet. Gt handles, with a ballistic cloth sheath and canvas carrying pouch. Bead blasted finish that has a few specks, unused and otherwise mint. (rhh XVII-049) Minimum Bid $100.00

Lot 47 Pair of Fight’n Rooster knives, 1995 Club knife, stockman whittler, and 20th anniversary pearl stockman with 3 color etching, and grooved bolsters, both mint. (lmi XVII-050) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 48 Pair of Fight’n Rooster Anglo Saxon whittlers, one pearl one stag, made for the Fightn' Rooster Collectors clu in 1994, only 200 of each were made. Mint. (lmi XVII-051) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 49 Pair of Fight'n Rooster square bolster muskrats made in 1998 for the Fight'n Rooster club, only 100 of each were made,fileworked ends on the bolsters, both mint. (lmi XVII-052) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 50 Kelgin (Ken Largin) handmade stag handled hunter with stacked leather spacer, brass fitting, some filework, leather sheath, and brochure from when he was working in the shop adjoining Smoky Mtn. Knife Works (no longer there), 8 1/2" oal, 4 1/8" blade, mint. (wcav XVII-377) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 51 Two Fight'n Rooster canoes, one pearl handled anniversary knife with three color blade etching 2 blade, the other a 4 blade 1998 club knife, 1 of 100. Both mint. (lmi XVII-054) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 52 Cargill handmade pearl handled gunstock, one of 70 made in 1981 for the American Edge Collectors Association and so stated in a gold etch, 2 blade, master blade had a match striker nail mark. (rgot XVII-386) Minimum Bid $85.00

Lot 53 Two Fight'n Rooster congress knives, made for the FR international club, one in pearl handles, one in stag, both with 4 blade, match striker nail marks, and mint. (lmi XVII-056) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 54 Quartet of celluloid handled Fight'n Rooster sleeveboard sunfish, made in 1995, a different state and different etching and celluloid color handles on each. States on these is Georgia, Missouri, Illinois, and Alabama. Unused, and mint but the celluloid is like celluloid and pulls a little. (lmi XVII-057) Minimum Bid $170.00

Lot 55 Case stag handled Bowie with plaque, sheath and blacked blade, gold etching honoring the 80th anniversary in 1985. Mint. (rhh XVII-058) Minimum Bid $120.00

Lot 56 Case stag handled Bowie with plaque, gold etching, honoring the 200th anniversary of the signing of the U. S. Constitution. Birds head pommel, mint. (rhh XVII-059) Minimum Bid $120.00

Lot 57 J. M Wolfe, straight tang handmade hunter, drilled for lanyard, nice grained wood handles, pouch leather sheath mint. 7 3/4" oal, 3 5/8 blade, straight tang, Loveless style large rivets, North American Hunting Club stamped sheath. Mint. (wcav XVII-370) Minimum Bid $40.00

Lot 58 Pair of Schatt & Morgan jigged bone handled knives, 1 of 400 each, Premiere muskrat with grooved bolsters and a Premiere trapper, both MIB (lmi XVII-061) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 59 Four Schatt & Morgan Physician's knives, wood, jigged bone, jigged red bone (all with keystone shields), and a spectacular checkered pearl. Handles are Amber jigged, Sheffield pearl, red jigged, and mossy swamp All 2 blades with spatula, MIB (lmi XVII-062) Minimum Bid $110.00

Lot 60 Four Schatt & Morgan gunstock stockman each with a different distinctive bone jigging, all long pull, all with slant grooved bolsters and MIB Handles are golden root, amber wormgrooved, fire oak bone and autumn corncob. (lmi XVII-063) Minimum Bid $110.00

Lot 61 Trio of stag handled Fight'n Rooster knives, each made for the FR international club, sowbelly, cattle, and 2 blade wharncliffe/clip serpentine, 1993, 1997, 1995. Short runs on each. All with match striker nail marks. (lmi XVII-064) Minimum Bid $85.00

Lot 62 Case USA (1965-70) jigged bone bared head jack 61024 1/2 (lmi XVII-065) Minimum Bid $30.00

Lot 63 Case 70's dot 6207 bone handled pen blade mini-trapper pattern. (lmi XVII-066) Minimum Bid $30.00

Lot 64 Case XX 6269 bone handled baby congress (1945-65), mint except for some water specks. (lmi XVII-067) Minimum Bid $30.00

Lot 65 Fight'n Rooster pearl muskrat, gold etched "Captain's Rooster" in a reverse etching, grooved bolsters. 1 of 100. Early. (tlo XVII-068) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 66 Cargill handmade stag handled 2 blade canoe, with an oak leaf shield, two long spear blades, 3 5/8" closed, #8068 on the back of the tang, mint. (rgot XVII-387) Minimum Bid $80.00

Lot 67 Pair of bone handled Case knives, 6208 half whittler and 6201 bone. Both USA marked (1965-70), mint. (lmi XVII-070) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 68 Embrenberger handmade hidden tang handforged hunter, burl wood handle, pouch leather sheath, Damascus blade, #202 and his ABS Journeyman stamp is on the back side. 9 1/4" oal, 4 1/2" blade. Mint. (wcav XVII-369) Minimum Bid $65.00

Lot 69 Four Schrade USA made knives, housed in the 1970's era clear tubes, twp square bolster improved muskrat knife and so etched, three blade, all with delrin handles, and all metal handled gentleman's knife. All MIT (lmi XVII-072) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 70 Group of four Buckcreek, Solingen, Germany knives, Rattler stag stockman, Cobra half congress, Bobcat congress 4 blade stag and same pattern in cracked ice celluloid all mint. (l;mi XVII-073) Minimum Bid $105.00

Lot 71 Quartet of four delrin handled 70's era Case knives, 6235 1/2 with a small rivet crack, 6202 1/2, 6244, and 06263ss. All mint except as noted. . (lmi XVII-074) Minimum Bid $55.00

Lot 72 Five 70's era Case knives, 6225 1/2 coke bottle, 6220 peanut, 06263ss, 62033, and 92033 with some slight pulling on the handle. All mint except as noted. (lmi XVII-075) Minimum Bid $95.00

Lot 73 Pair of pearl handled Fight'n Rooster knives made for the international club, swell end whittler with heart shield and a fishtail, both with three color etched blades, 1 of 100, 1995, all mint. (lmi XVII-076) Minimum Bid $55.00

Lot 74 Pair of 2 pearl handled Fight'n Rooster knives made for their international club, Two blade serpentine with long spear and a clp blade, and three blade sowbelly with dogbone shield and grooved bolsters, both mint. (lmi XVII-077) Minimum Bid $55.00

Lot 75 Ron Hewitt, GA Matched pair of knives, hunter and folder, laminated wood handles, engraved bolsters and guard, both fit in the same sheath. Mint. Hunter features tapered tang, dovetailed bolsters, 9" oal, 4" blade, and the folder is 4 1/2" closed, 7 1/2" oal, mint except for a rivet crack at the front rivet, dovetailed bolsters. Marked "Set 004". Mint except as noted. (wcav XVII-368) Minimum Bid $105.00

Lot 76 Pair of pearl handled Fight'n Rooster knives, pearl stockman whittler 1995 for their club, and four blade congress 20th anniversary 4 blade congress, all mint with 3 color etched blade. (lmi XVII-079) Minimum Bid $55.00

Lot 77 Gary Barnes tine small skinner with a neck sheath, fileworked, speckled with hairlines at the rivet on both sides, so exc/near mint. 8" oal, 2 1/2" blade. Barnes is an ABS Mastersmith. (wcav XVII-367) Minimum Bid $40.00

Lot 78 W. H. Muth WV handmade hunter, sculped stag handles, drilled for lanyard, tapered tang with red liners, 8 5/8" oal, 3 7/8" blade, with pouch leather sheath, mint. (wcav XVII-362) Minimum Bid $70.00

Lot 79 Fight'n Rooster pearl trapper, 1 of 100, made in 1995 for 20th anniversary. Mint. (lmi XVII-083) Minimum Bid $35.00

Lot 80 Fight'n Rooster pearl jumbo sleeveboard sunfish, 1995 20th anniversary of the International club, double pulls, mint, grooved bolster. (lmi XVII-084) Minimum Bid $90.00

Lot 81 Four Schatt & Morgan jigged bone in four variations including Winterbottom bone, Mahogany Hanover, brick jigged and carmel wormgroove, scout utility patterns in original box. (lmi XVII-085) Minimum Bid $135.00

Lot 82 Daniel Embrenberger MO, ABS Journeyman smith mark, handforged, hidden tang hunter, maple handles, pouch leather sheath. Mint. 9 1/8" oal, 4 1/4" blade. (wcav XVII-354) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 83 Tinus Benkes, Risiville, Vereenging (South Africa) Handmade wood handled hunter made from a wood rasp, blued blade, African blackwood handles with decorative pin work of 24 pins on each side, 10" oal, 4 1/2" blade, Ostrich leather sheath. Mint except for a natural imperfection in the handle that is not a crack. Tapered tang. (wcav XVII-355) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 84 Trio of Marbles knives made for the Northern Virginia knife collectors, Wood hunter 2002, stacked leather washer woodcraft with stag pommel, and 2002 laminated wood hidden tang hunter, all with sheaths, MIB, SF Dagger curly maple, Expert, and Woodcraft. (rhh XVII-088) Minimum Bid $55.00

Lot 85 Schatt & Morgan 3ed Edition President's knife, square bolster muskrat with gold etching, "President's Choice." Laser engraved presentation box 1 of 300. Mint ( XVII-089) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 86 Four Schatt & Morgan muskrat knives, all with different bone handled jigging, one winterbottom, caramel wormwood, amber jigged, and dark brown smooth, all with keystone shields, and MIB (lmi XVII-090) Minimum Bid $125.00

Lot 87 Dave Cato, VA Handmade hunter, Scottish style carved rosewood handled, hidden tang, brass guard, tooled leather, mint. Cato came in second place in a Forge in Fire. 10 3/4" oal, 5 1/2" blade, fileworked. Final finish could be improved upon. (wcav XVII-365) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 88 Don Lozier "D'Grinder" wood sculped handle of wood, brass guard and ins, tooled leather sheath, mint. 6 7/8" oal, 3" blade, leather sheath, mint. (wcav XVII-366) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 89 BRJ Handmade hunter, laminated wood handle, brass guard, straight tang, green leather sheath, #295 on the back of the tang, 8 1/2" oal, 4 1/4" blade, mint. (rgot XVII-331) Minimum Bid $30.00

Lot 90 Unmarked stag and stacked leather washer hidden tang camp knife, well made, and identified as made by Shuffet out of Kentucky. Leather sheath. 12 1/4" oal, 7 1/4", according to a note enclosed the maker studied under John Greco. Finish appears natural/sort of stone washed with natural scratches, etc. Maker's phone number is on the note. No idea on earth why any maker would make a knife and not but at least a mark on it. (wcav XVII-363) Minimum Bid $35.00

Lot 91 Schrade 80th anniversary clasp knife, delrin handles with a sterling silver shield in plastic presentation case. (lmi XVII-095) Minimum Bid $40.00

Lot 92 Pair of Blackjack Effingham, Ill made knives, stag dagger "Everything comes back in spades" A2 Made in USA in a color box, and in a white box, ivory micarta marked A2 bC315A1 (rhh XVII-096) Minimum Bid $85.00

Lot 93 M. B. Drost handmade French CK WV red liner spacers, laminated wood handle, drilled for lanyard, tooled leather sheath. 7 1/2" oal, 3 1/8" blade, straight tang. (bev XVII-338) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 94 Case stag handled Kodiak in old style color box, no stars on the guard (older). MIB. (rhh XVII-098) Minimum Bid $100.00

Lot 95 Perry Pearce handforged railroad spike knife, made from a genuine Union Pacific Railroad spike, leather sheath, mint in box. (rhh XVII-099) Minimum Bid $20.00

Lot 96 Buck Bowie with white bone handle, leather sheath, and old style yellow box, mint. (rhh XVII-100) Minimum Bid $55.00

Lot 97 Dave Murphy handmade fixed blade with engraved pommel, interframe. Mint. Made as a gift for Houston Price, the late owner of Knife World, with an accompanying letter stating such from Murphy, handles are osage orange, deer horn, Mexican purplewood, and vertical grain tulipwood, 10' oal, 4 1/4" blade, mint, no sheath. (mhp XVII-101) Minimum Bid $30.00

Lot 98 Benchmade Butterfly knife, MIB, black synthetic handle, weehawk blade, USA made. (rhh XVII-102) Minimum Bid $30.00

Lot 99 Schrade Walden old Time 15OT in original wood grain box with very old style laced leather sheath, with "Old Timer" original whetstone. Mint (rhh XVII-103) Minimum Bid $60.00


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