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 200 Bear MGC stag handled hunter made for the NKCA in 1994. MIB with sheath, plus parl of Bear Bryant knives in a box and a Kai pen knife with fold out ruler, MIB. (tlo XVII-206) Minimum Bid $30.00

Lot 201 Three Browning knives all MIB, Ridgeback fixed blade (imported), USA wood handles sportsman, and pearl Japan made lockback. (tlo XVII-208) Minimum Bid $55.00

Lot 202 Three Western Cutlery USA Colorado made lockbacks, laminated wood handled 532 (C date), color boxes, 522 Pheasant and 521 Bobcat etched smaller versions with pocket sheaths. All MIB (lmi XVII-209) Minimum Bid $115.00

Lot 203 Two Japan made limited edition sets. Elkhorn small sunfish honoring Great American ships the Constitution and the Raleigh, and Frost "The Doctors"#175 little Doc knives, handled in stag, pearl, smooth bone, and abalone. Mint in presentation box. (lmi XVII-210) Minimum Bid $65.00

Lot 204 Three AG Russell knives, acorn scout in black plastic, pearl lockback on a Loveless design (Loveless Gentleman's Folder, original price $245), and a thumbstud opener China made with bone jigged to look like stag. Two boxes, one pocket sheath. All mint. (lmi XVII-211) Minimum Bid $105.00

Lot 205 Four baby sunfish Schatt & Morgan knives, 1 of 100, etched blades, double pulls, 2004. Handled in Winterbottom, Amber, Mahogany Catalina, and Goldenroot bone. (lmi XVII-307) Minimum Bid $125.00

Lot 206 Pair of Frost Sets, Shady Lady set of three lockbacks with nude women etchings, in presentation case with leather pocket pouches (foam interior is crumbly, and The Trailblazers smooth bone lockback with Western themes. Both set mint, five knives in all. (lmi XVII-308) Minimum Bid $110.00

Lot 207 Rare opening knife. Evercutlery, Bklyn, NY sterling handles, blades are low very good, but the unique thing about this knife is the patented mechanism in which an extension slides out from the handle and works as a lever to open the blade, one for each end of the knife, very uncommon. 3" closed. Lever opens to a half stop. (pyo XVII-309) Minimum Bid $40.00

Lot 208 Four Parker "Little Louie" knives, mini-Barlows handled in bone, wood, pearl and abalone, in a walnut Case. This set was named for the late Louis Pendleton, a leading dealer from Louisville, KY during the heyday of knife collecting. (lmi XVII-215) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 209 Three Parker knives, Parker sandbar stag (bone) handles, two with bolsters forming their own guard, on a K47, and the other a sowbelly. One is Parker-Imai. All mint. (tsk XVII-315) Minimum Bid $40.00

Lot 210 Blackjack Mamba, Effingham, Il with sheath, MIB (rhh XVII-316) Minimum Bid $75.00

Lot 211 Case 5200 copperhead trapper and Schatt & Morgan stag handled gunstock stockman, both made in 1992, 1 of 1000 for the ABCA, included an embossed knifepak that holds them. Mint. (lmi XVII-218) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 212 Two versions of Remington pre-WWII bone handled scout knives, RS3333, one with an acorn shield, the other the more common round shield (rivet crack on the back handle), both with Boy Scouts of American Emblems, vg. (ALPA XVII-219) Minimum Bid $65.00

Lot 213 Two wood handled vintage knives, three backspring whittler by E. C. Simmons Keen Kutter and two blade equal end 3 1/4" by American Knife Co. Thomaston, CT, both very good. (PYO XVII-222) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 214 Pair of Case knives, 70's 6488, speckled but unused, and 4318 white comp. serpentine, mint except for back handle is shrinking. (TLO XVII-223) Minimum Bid $90.00

Lot 215 Pair of Remington rare knives, stars and stripes teardrop jack, and composition handled teardrop jack advertising Endicot Shoes on the shield, but with a BONE back handle and original (likely a salesman's sample), both with spear long pull master blades, (ALPA XVII-224) Minimum Bid $110.00

Lot 216 M. B. Drost handmade French CK WV 25th anniversary (2013) wood handled hunter with horn spacers and red liners, S90V steel hidden tang, 10" oal, 5 1/4" blade, fancy tooled leather sheath. Mint. (wcav XVII-349) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 217 Parker Cut. Co. pearl handled Bowie, etched, "Self Defender" scroll relief fancy ferrule and pommel, MIB, no sheath. 13 1/4" oal. (rhh XVII-317) Minimum Bid $80.00

Lot 218 Pair of figural vintage knives, Case Tested GS1097 leg knife vg and unmarked shoe knife. (ALPA XVII-227) Minimum Bid $80.00

Lot 219 Six vintage two blade jack knives, three wood and three jigged bone, very good or worse condition. (ALPA XVII-228) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 220 Pair of Case bone handled knives, 70's, 6201 bone and 6292 Texas Jack with one spot, (tlo XVII-229) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 221 Two Pre WWII Remington bone handled knives, both #6483 patterns, tip bolsters, one exc, one vg with a rivet crack hairline on the back side. (alpa XVII-231) Minimum Bid $35.00

Lot 222 LM marked (Larry Mensch, PA small stag handled dagger, brass guard, sculped handle, cordura sheath, tapered tang. His model 13. 6 1/8" oal, 3 1/4" blade. Mint. (wcav XVII-345) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 223 Extremely rare brand, Phoenix Knife Co., with worked back, pearl GUNSTOCK whittler, vg. 3 3/8" closed, tip bolsters, no cracks in the pearl. (pyo XVII-236) Minimum Bid $75.00

Lot 224 High Carbon Steel Scout with semaphore flags emblem, etched, "Sta-Sharp Chrome plated" on the master blade, Sears-Robebuck pre-Craftsman brand, 4 blade bone scout knife, unused but speckled, so near mint. (pyo XVII-238) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 225 E. C. Simmons Keen Cutter serpentine Physican's knife, 2 blade, pen, with metal butt cap, low exc. 3 1/4" closed, one almost impossible to see rivet crack. (pyo XVII-239) Minimum Bid $50.00


Lot 226 Enterprise Cutlery well made bone scout knife with heavy duty shackle, bowtie shield with "Scout" on it, long pull master blade, exc. (pyo XVII-240) Minimum Bid $45.00

Lot 227 Wilbert Cutlery Co. jigged bone sunfish, iron bolsters, double pulls, vg/low exc. 4 1/4" (pyo XVII-241) Minimum Bid $90.00

Lot 228 Valley Forge Cutlery Co. 2 blade cattle knife, second blade is a punch, bowtie shield, etching is still visible on the blade but has a pit on the blade, one hairline rivet crack on the back handle. Excellent. (pyo XVII-242) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 229 Three wood handled vintage American Hawkbill knives, Challenge Bridgeport, Conn etched, exc, John Primble India Steel Works etching visible, and American Shear & Knife Co, Hotchkissville, Conn etched "Our Best", exc. (pyo XVII-243) Minimum Bid $85.00

Lot 230 Where American cutlery began, Waterville large sleeveboard whittler, 3 1/2" closed, well made, matchstriker nail mark long pull, excellent. (pyo XVII-244) Minimum Bid $65.00

Lot 231 Diamond Edge etched blade serpentine, cracked ice handles, stamped, "Sonora Wool & Mohair Co., Sonora, TX. Full blade and appears to be unused but age spotted so near mint. Spay blade has been sharpened, the others not. (pyo XVII-245) Minimum Bid $90.00

Lot 232 Mint pre-WWII Remington metal handled pen with bail advertising Deltabeston Wire and Cable, etched "Remington Master Knife." Knives this old can have a speck or two and still be mint, in my opinion, so mint. (Not pristine). Back side is marked, "Handle Die Stamped", likely a salesman's sample, R7339. (pyo XVII-246) Minimum Bid $40.00

Lot 233 The very first Schrade Old Timer was a smooth bone 2OT swell end jack like this one, long pull, grooved bolsters, full blades so high excellent. (pyo XVII-247) Minimum Bid $35.00

Lot 234 Winchester pre-WWII pearl handled sleeveboard, near mint, etching still clear and plain, tip bolsters. #2368 (pyo XVII-248) Minimum Bid $40.00

Lot 235 Diamond Edge wood handled Electrician's knife, etched, original polish, appears unused but some age spotting, DE in diamond shield. Screwdriver blade locks open and is released by pushing down on the back of the closed spear master blade. Near mint except for a nasty spot on the front of the screwdriver. (pyo XVII-249) Minimum Bid $35.00

Lot 236 Pair of Smokey Mountain Knife Works early limited edition sets. Pearl and Stag 2 blade gunstock knives (Queen made) in a presentation box with "The Wilderness" etching, plus a pair of Little Smoky boot knives one in pearl one in stag in a presentation box, both mint. (lmi XVII-326) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 237 There's rare and then there is very rare. Platts Bros, Andover, NY equal end cattle knife, bomb shield, wood handles, long pull. Condition is rough, but find a better one! (pyo XVII-251) Minimum Bid $90.00

Lot 238 Marvin Poole spalted wood handled mini hook blade straight tang, leather sheath. 5" oal, 2 1/4" blade, handle is 1 3/8" wide. Mint. (tgg XVII-344) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 239 Three pen knives, Diamond Edge sleeveboard jigged bone, exc, Diamond Edge mint pen, etched, tip bolsters plastic handles with light specs, and LF&C Universal etched pen with rough black handles, mint except for a rivet crack. (pyo XVII-253) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 240 Winchester pre-1940 jigged bone Texas Toothpick, saber ground #1936, vg (pyo XVII-254) Minimum Bid $40.00

Lot 241 Northfield Knife Co. one blade big cigar with bowtie shield, very good, 2 rivet cracks (This is the original Conn. Valley made vintage knife. (pyo XVII-255) Minimum Bid $70.00

Lot 242 Rare 61048sp Case XX (1945-65) bone, reddish tint but not red bone, mint. (pyo XVII-256) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 243 Two National Knife Collectors Association knives, 1990 Stag large Hen & Rooster stockman 1 of 5000, with gold etching on all 3 blades, and 1984 jigged bone H&R lockback, both with NKCA shields, both mint. (rgot XVII-001) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 244 Pair of Winchester knives. Pearl toothpick issued in 1989 for the Ft. City Knife Collectors club and jigged bone Texas toothpick, Patterns 1924P and 1936. both MIB. (rgot XVII-003) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 245 Utica Knife Co. Buffalo head jigged bone jumbo trapper (same size as the big Remington bullet), full blades but tarnished, so vg, low exc, some pitting. (bev XVII-259) Minimum Bid $75.00

Lot 246 Winchester 1920 folding hunter, bowtie shield, full blades, pre-1940. Required in an coke bottle hunter or folding hunter collection. A classic. Exc (bev XVII-260) Minimum Bid $75.00

Lot 247 Stag handled hunting knife, integral guard, etched “Masakne High Steel” with tooled leather sheath. 10 1/2" oal, 5 3/4" blade, tapered tang Exc. (bev XVII-261) Minimum Bid $25.00

Lot 248 A. W. Wadsworth XLNT big dogleg, long pull, with beautiful pressed horn snakeskin handles, crest shield, full blades but tarnished, exc. 3 1/2" closed (?? XVII-262) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 249 Challenge Cutlery Co. Bport, Conn Etched jigged bone Cattle knife with punch, long pull, grooved bolsters, nice jigged bone handles, etched "American Electric Company." Very high excellent. (rgot XVII-004) Minimum Bid $55.00

Lot 250 Pair of wood handled vintage knives, Challenge huge 4 3/4" closed one blade swell end jack, Booth Bros. Stockholm 4 1/2" 2 blade cattle both long pull, both with bowtie shield, and both low excellent. (pyo XVII-264) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 251 Case Tested green bone 6111 1/2 folding guard lockback, oval shield, low exc. (rgot XVII-005) Minimum Bid $100.00

Lot 252 Pair of Case knives made for the NKCA. Green bone 6270 issued in 1989, and 1983 61050L folding guard folding hunter, (rgot XVII-006) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 253 Case XX 5383 mint, (1945-65) (rgot XVII-410) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 254 E. C. Simmons Keen Kutter scout etched, "Keen Kutter Scout Knife" unmarked Keystone shield, near mint, does have some specks but original polish too. (pyo XVII-268) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 255 Curtain & Clark Hardware English jack, arrowhead shield, iron bolsters, long pull, CCCC stamping on the blade, exc. 4 1/2" closed, rivet crack on the back handle. (pyo XVII-269) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 256 Pair of NKCA club knives, Camillus jumbo trapper made in 1988, and Gerber 1986 jigged bone lockback, both mint. (rgot XVII-007) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 257 Shapleigh's 2 blade cattle knife with cracked ice handles, long pull, mint, advertising "St. Joseph Lead Co." "Samuel O'Neal" on the back, 3 1/2" closed, mint except for some small spiders on the front blade and a spot on the back. (pyo XVII-271) Minimum Bid $75.00

Lot 258 Winchester wood handled Electrician's knife, etching is faint but visible, has been sharpened, high excellent near mint. #2682, screwdriver blade locks, and unlocks by pushing down on a closed master spear blade. (pyo XVII-272) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 259 E. C. Simmons Keen Kutter Texas Toothpick jigged bone, vg (pyo XVII-273) Minimum Bid $40.00

Lot 260 OVB (Hibbard, Spencer, & Bartlett Hdw.) coke bottle coffin pommel folding hunter, celluloid handles, long pull, full blades, etched "Our Very best", full blade, exc, 5 3/8" closed, some shrinking of the celluloid handles. (bev XVII-274) Minimum Bid $75.00

Lot 261 Vintage jigged bone sleeveboard, excellent, Townley metal & Hdw. Kansas City etching is still visible, one rivet crack on the front, otherwise exc. (pyo XVII-275) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 262 Schrade Carpenter's whittler mint in original box etched "Craftsman". Grooved bolsters, peachseed bone, and pristine mint in the original box. Vintage knives do not get better than this, mirror polished on the front, brushed on the back, which was only done on Schrade's finest knives. (rgot XVII-351) Minimum Bid $200.00

Lot 263 Pair of top Sheffield Thistle top hunter, IXL Geroge Wostenholm & Sons Sheffield England, and E crown R Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield, England (Edwardian), both with weathered leather pouch sheaths, full blades, exc. (bev XVII-277) Minimum Bid $80.00

Lot 264 Two stag handled Cripple Creek knives made for the American Edge collectors, 1993 2 blade sowbelly with long spay blade in the opposite end and a three blade serpentine with slant bolsters made in 1996 (rgot XVII-011) Minimum Bid $65.00

Lot 265 Group of five 90's era Japanese knives, Edges 10th Anniversary (tang marked) 1123 size trapper, smooth bone, Parker-Imai K267 lockback sandbar stag, K126 genuine stag lockback, K86 Parker-Imai hawkbill with bone handles, and five blade Parker sowbelly smooth bone, all mint. (tsk XVII-296) Minimum Bid $75.00

Lot 266 Four yellow composition handled Fish knives, one blade Camillus USA stamped on the handle, "Fisherman's Luck" mint, master blade forms a bottle opener; Kabar, Olean NY with hook sharpener exc., KA-BAR yellow comp handle with T75 stamped on it in red mint, and L. L. Bean marked 2 blade fish knife, mint but has rivet cracks and a crack from the hook sharpener to the rivet. (rgot XVII-010) Minimum Bid $105.00

Lot 267 Russell Turner Falls, Mass thistle top hunter, pouch sheath, checkered round wood handle, near mint. (bev XVII-281) Minimum Bid $50.00

Lot 268 Two Cattaraugus Cloisonné knives, Knights of Pythias and Masonic Scottish Rite knives, both low exc. 3" closed, One leather carrying case. (rgot XVII-014) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 269 Trio of nice metal handled knives, W. H. Morley relief metal handed two blade advertising Fowler Commission Co. Kansas City and Shreveport, plus a Diamond Edge pen self-advertiser (uncommon to be advertising themselves) mint etched long pull blade etched "Diamond Edge" and handles stamped "Diamond Edge Pocket Knives", and a Napanoch metal handled advertising C A Fischer Co. Ft. Worth Texas. All mint. (pyo XVII-283) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 270 Three great vintage pen knives. KA-BAR Christmas tree metal wrapped pen etched, "Stainless Steel" with Union Cut. Mark on the small blade, John Primble etched cracked ice pen, and Rich-Con fancy celluloid with tip bolsters, etched. All mint. (pyo XVII-284) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 271 Pair of vintage knives. John Primble half congress Schrade made with nice green peachseed bone handles, long pull, mint and a Simmons Sonny swell end jack boy's knife. Unused but some specks, tarnished some on the back of the master blade. (pyo XVII-285) Minimum Bid $100.00

Lot 272 Pair of etched knives. Keen Kutter pen with keystone shield, and cracked ice handles, mint and a nice OVB Hibbard Spencer & Bartlett 2 3/4" dogleg with fancy celluloid swirl handles, etching reading Dickinson Hdwe Co. Exc. (pyo XVII-286) Minimum Bid $80.00

Lot 273 Pair of Ring opening knives, Marshall Fields Germany jigged bone pen, vg, and J. A. Henckels, Solingen, Ger. all metal, 3 1/4" vg. (pyo XVII-287) Minimum Bid $35.00

Lot 274 Group of three 1970's dots, 6111 1/2 L folding guard lockbacks, all bone handles, and dots are a 1, 2, and 3 dot. All mint (rgot XVII-289) Minimum Bid $160.00

Lot 275 Case 6111 1/2 L folding guard lockback, 4 dots visible, sharpened and carried, low near mint. (rgot XVII-290) Minimum Bid $45.00

Lot 276 Three Jigged bone Winchester modern era knives, gunstock, 2 blade Doctors, and two blade bent back with slant and grooved bolsters, all MIB #2851, #2935, #2978. (rgot XVII-013) Minimum Bid $85.00

Lot 277 Pair of Schrade Walden jigged bone knives, one a peachseed bone swell center 3 5/8", the other a #236serpentine 2 blade with later style jigged bone 3 1/2" closed, both cleaned to near mint except for spider on the serpentine. (rgot XVII-015) Minimum Bid $90.00

Lot 278 Pair of nice vintage jigged bone folders, Hibbard, Spencer, & Bartlett saber ground 3 1/2 sleeveboard whittler with crest shield exc., and Hibbard 3 5/8" larger tear drop easy open jack, long pull with a bowtie shield, near mint. (rgot XVII-017) Minimum Bid $85.00

Lot 279 Case 6111 1/2 L folding guard lockback, 8 dots visible, mint. (rgot XVII-295) Minimum Bid $60.00

Lot 280 Knifecraft, A Comprehensive step-by-step guide to the Art of Knifemaking by Sid Latham, hardcover, color dust cover, and a classic knife book. A requirement for any good knife library. (rel XV-005) Minimum Bid $5.00

Lot 281 Knives Digest by Ken Warner and Bruce Voyles. The last major knife book I wrote. Good articles. Good writing. Crammed with knife photos. Paperback. I will autograph the book upon request. (rel XV-0071) Minimum Bid $5.00

Lot 282 Unmarked Tanto in wood sheath hand handle, nice temper line. 12" oal, 6 3/4" blade. Mint (rhh XV-144) Minimum Bid $5.00

Lot 283 Three knives, two Precise Blackhawk series knives by Aitor (Spain) no sheaths, and an ANZA small caping knife with staminawood handles that has been made from a file. "98" All mint. (rhh XV-175) Minimum Bid $5.00

Lot 284 Waltco Saf-T-Sheath version of the butterfly knife, tang stamped "Made in USA", celluloid handles. VG. 4 1/2" closed. (tlo XV-191) Minimum Bid $5.00

Lot 285 Three versions of the jumbo trapper bullet, 30th anniversary of the reintroduction of the Bullet knife, Marbles 100 years edition, and Marbles with duck scene and Marbles etch imported. All mint. (lmi XV-230) Minimum Bid $20.00

Lot 286 Massive library of five different Remington resources, reprint of the Remington C4 and C5 catalogs, Remington sheath knives, and two editions of the Remington Bullet Knives by Mel Brewster. (rel XV-237) Minimum Bid $5.00

Lot 287 Three reference books, reprint of an early Schrade catalog, reprint of Keen Kutter catalog and a Winchester reprint. All softcover. (rel XV-238) Minimum Bid $5.00

Lot 288 Group of Eight Wrangler imported items, two stag fixed blades and a stag folding hunter, plus a miniature set of three small stags, and two miniature tomahawks, sheaths and original wood display boxes included. All mint and modern (lmi XV-256) Minimum Bid $5.00

Lot 289 Blade Trading Cards, 72 knife cards created in 1972. Great for kids, in original unopened factory pack. (rel 78-DSC_0184) Minimum Bid $5.00

Lot 290 Pair of matching Cattaraugus Cutlery Co. Little Valley NY Sleeveboard whittlers, both with bomb  shield, jigged bone handles, only one is a spear point and the other a clip. Both cleaned to exc. (rgot XVII-018) Minimum Bid $65.00

Lot 291 Joseph Rodger white bone handled eraser, Star and Cross on the reverse side, Sheffield, England tang mark, ex. One crack on the front (cho XV-302) Minimum Bid $1.00

Lot 292 Marbles wood handled ax with the folding guard. Has been polished to a mirror finish, on marking is on the folding blade cover, 11" handle, 4 1/4" head, 2 3/4" cutting edge, cleaned to low exc. (lmi XV-306) Minimum Bid $30.00

Lot 293 Marbles U handles ax with hard rubber handles and nail puller (which is not rusted like the other items and possibly a modern add-on), Bid $ on the ax, not the nail puller. Very good. (lmi XV-308) Minimum Bid $5.00

Lot 294 Two Kershaws, 2415 locking liner and 2001 2 blade interframe and a Sog Key knife still on a card. All mint (lmi XV-311) Minimum Bid $5.00

Lot 295 Schrade Cutlery Collectors Society bone handled folding guard lockback built on the pattern of the legendary folding hunter switchblade of Schrade. Produced in 2008, etched "Everlastingly Sharp", button release locks it open and closed. MIB. (This is not a switchblade) 2008 on the reverse of the tang. (rel78-DSC_0191) Minimum Bid $20.00

Lot 296 Three vintage knives. Robeson Shuredge Rochester 3 5/8" sleeveboard whittler, 63296 blade low very good or worse, A. C. Penn New York Coffin swell center jack, nice bone handles, high vg, 3 1/2; and vintage Schatt & Morgan dogleg jack, long pull 3 1/2" exc. (bev XV-168) Minimum Bid $75.00

Lot 297 AG Russell Thumb dagger made out of composition, also comes with two plastic sheaths, made to be sewn under a collar or some other place of concealment. (Originally also came with a metal thumb dagger too but is missing from this) 4 1/4" (mhpt XV-398) Minimum Bid $1.00

Lot 298 Pair of Black Collins produced knives, based on his design, one an ivory micarta switchable blade in a camo sheath, the Deuce, the other a thermoplastic handled hunter that fits in a thermoplastic sheath and locks like the Gerber Frisco Shiv. Letter inside the hunter box from Pete Gerber dated 982 reads "This note gives you permission to use our standard Frisco Shiv handles and sheaths for a limited edition of 300 handmade versions which you wish to produce. These knives are to be marked in a manner which will distinguish from our production models and will bear your medallion in the handle in place of the Gerber medallion...". Both MIB. One box has puncture damage in one spot. (mhpt XV-404) Minimum Bid $5.00

Lot 299 Sheffield Exhibition Knives is a book by Bill Claussen, Bill Adams, Brad Watts and others. It is a 247 page book, hardcover with a color dust jacket. Published in 1999, it is considered the ultimate reference work of Sheffield Exhibition knives, featuring full color pages of many knives from the Joseph Rodgers, IXL George Wostenholm, and John Blyde/Greenhough exhibition collections. Retail at the time of issue was $89.95. (rel SEK) Minimum Bid $15.00


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Lots 100-199

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