J. Bruce Voyles, Auctioneers 
Auction 81

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Lots 1-99

Lots 100-199

Lots 200-259

Lot 200 Two vintage celluloid handled knives. Green celluloid 3 3/8" Iroquois, Utica, NY whittler, exc plus, and Imperial 3 blade 3 3/4" equal end with tip bolsters near mint. (bbnDSC0089) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 201 Four knives. Camillus easy open jack, exc; Bear MGC 3 3/4" wood lockback, Kinfolks parker era imitation ivory whittler 3" mint; and Gerber 2 blade locking liner. Mint unless noted. (bbnDSC0093) Minimum bid $25.00

Lot 202 Northfield Knife Co 3 1/2" whittler, brown celluloid handles with bar shield, exc blade, crack across the handle on each side at the main rivet and at the center rivet. (bbnDSC0095) Minimum bid $20.00

Lot 203 Five Imperial knives. Jack, 2 serpentines, fold out pen lobster, and small wood ballbat, all mint, 3 are crimped bolsters (bbnDSC0102) Minimum bid $5.00

Lot 204 Three cutlery items. Frost cutlery 8 3/8" closed display knife, and a Schrade-Walden metal car/bank (bbnDSC0107) Minimum bid $10.00

Lot 205 Cutlery Box. Ends of the interior box are gone so needs some serious restoring but this is an extremely rare box in any condition. Needham Bros Celebrated Repeat cutlery. (relDSC0113) Minimum bid $5.00

Lot 206 KA-BAR old blue cutlery box, seen better days, but this is a pre-WWII era box. The fact it has survived is remarkable. (relDSC0114) Minimum bid $5.00

Lot 207 Excelsior Knife Co. Torrington, Conn. 1880's era box, some tearing on the sides of the box and fragile. (relDSC0118) Minimum bid $10.00

Lot 208 Three IXL Boxes. Two open like matchboxes. (relDSC0120) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 209 Schrade-Walden vintage cutlery box, green label, some damage but a good solid box. (relDSC0122) Minimum bid $25.00

Lot 210 Colorful cutlery box showing a man on the box holding a knife. (Knife boxes showing people are rare in every instance. Colorful blue and yellow artwork. This is not marked by a manufacturer so it can go with any knife in your collection! (relDSC0123) Minimum bid $25.00

Lot 211 Two Boker boxes. Very early H. Boker improved box, yellow with green label (usually these are 19th century) and later more colorful red and greenish brown bxo. Both in excellent condition. (relDSC0128) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 212 Exceptional Cutlery box, Hatch Cutlery Co. Bridgeport, Conn with beautiful artwork of a chick coming out of an egg. Older yellow box with green label, my guess is 19th century. (relDSC0129) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 213 Walden Knife Co. early box (Walden closed in the 20's--Do not confuse Walden Knife Co. with Schrade-Walden, those are two totally different things. Walden sold to Winchester when Winchester started in the 20's, but they used both brands for a while) Interesting in that it also mentions Orange County NY.) (relDSC0132) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 214 Cripple Creek Cutlery Co. box, Bob Cargill era. Yes, it is 80's but when have you ever seen one? (relDSC0135) Minimum bid $10.00

Lot 215 Great condition Waterville box. Waterville was one of the early Conn. Valley biggies. Most of the upstate New York legendary companies were started by Sheffielders who has first worked at Waterville. (relDSC0138) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 216 Finest condition Cattaraugus box I have ever seen. Indian in color, looks to never have been used. Beautiful (relDSC0143) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 217 Two knife boxes marked on the ends, Kutmaster and Jackmaster. (relDSC0149) Minimum bid $20.00

Lot 218 Two 5 1/4" Texas Toothpicks. Red celluloid New York Knife Co. exc, and Viking green and back celluloid with a "Fish-Knife" shield and the swede is serrated to be a fish scaler, exc. (bbnDSC0153) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 219 Case Classic Case Bros. stag 53039 bowtie shield, MIB (clpDSC0157) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 220 Case Classic Case XX mark stag jumbo stockman 5340. MIB (clpDSC0165) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 221 Buck 113 Ranger hunter, NRA emblem on the bolster and with a clear NRA wall plaque. Mint. (relDSC0167) Minimum bid $20.00

Lot 222 Case plastic pocket protector, 1960's. Bring out the Case geek in yourself. (ddcDSC0174) Minimum bid $20.00

Lot 223 Buck six knife set of Jim Shockey outdoor knives. Each knife comes with its own diamond sharpener. Tsiu fixed blade, Impala II, Ibex, Fannin, Impala 1, plus 1 other. All folders come with a belt sheath. (relDSC0179) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 224 Two knives on clam packs, Sogzilla with zytel handle and Ceramic Paring knife with sheath, Cape Cod brand (Gatco/Timberline folks). Both mint (gtnDSC0182) Minimum bid $25.00

Lot 225 Two Sogzilla knives. One with red zytel handles, the other with all metal handles. Both MIB (gtnDSC0188) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 226 Case mini trapper with jigged red bone and Hen & Rooster red bone 2 blade, both MIB (gtnDSC0189) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 227 Four lockbade knives, two Schrade, SES1 and SES6, Two Rock Creek lockbacks Glacier and Teton. All MIB (gtnDSC0197) Minimum bid $10.00

Lot 228 Case Classic Prototype Case Bros Case 63094 whittler blade, handled in stag, marked prototype in logo on bolster, MIB (clpDSC0202) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 229 Case Classic Prototype 53043 1/2 stag handled wharncliffe clip with bomb shield, MIB (clpDSC0211) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 230 Two Queen Cutlery Co. rough jigged bone knives, #2 2 blade and #9 serpentine, both MIB (gtnDSC0213) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 231 Four Queen knives, two different kinds of wood, two #2 2 blades and two #9 three blade serpentines, all MIB (gtnDSC0220) Minimum bid $65.00

Lot 232 Al Mar MSRO-V Mini SERE Operator, VG10 cobalt stainless, bead blasted micarta scales, nylon sheath, 4" blade. (fmn 82-0001) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 233 Columbia River Knife & Tool Allen Elischewitz designed F.T.W.S. tactical knife. (fmn 82-0002) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 234 Hogue Elischewitz EXF01 combat knife, G10 Gmascus handles, 7" blade (fmn 82-0003) Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 235 Boker EFK combat knife, 440C steel, #BO220. 11 1/2" oal, 5.88" blade, aluminum handles. (fmn 82-0004) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 236 SOG SEAL knife, S37K, 7" AUS-8 blade, TiNi finish, glass-reinforced nylon handle, black Kydex sheath. (fmn 82-0005) Minimum bid $55.00

Lot 237 Hogue Elischewitz EXF01 combat knife, G10 Gmascus handles, 5.5" blade (fmn 82-0007) Minimum bid $80.00

Lot 238 Hogue Elischewitz EXF01 combat knife, G10 Gmascus brown handles, 7" blade (fmn 82-0008) Minimum bid $90.00

Lot 239 Gerber LHR combat knife, with sheath and leg band, Designed by Close Quarter Combat expert Matt Larson working with Chris Reeve and Bill Harsey. Quick release sheath. Textured TacHide handle. USA Made Full tang construction. (fmn 82-0009) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 240 CRKT NirkTighe, Gerber Bolt, ID Work CRKT Guppie Tool all MIB (rel 82-0010) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 241 Browning 751 Expedition fixed blade with a folder that nests in the handle, mint (msmi 82-0011) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 242 Two Gerber knives marked Salesman Samples. One is a Freeman Guide 3.6" blade and etched on the blade "Sales Sample" plus a Gerber Bear Grylls machete also etched "Sales Sample". Important: This machete style was recalled, and should not be used to cut with as there is a design problem with the thinness of at the tang. As most of those were recalled, the fact that a sales sample pre-recall adds to the scarcity. Mint (rel 82-0012) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 243 Two knives Buck Custom NKCA hunter and Case 6207 red bone trapper in a metal tin (msmi 82-0013) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 244 Al Mar MSRO SERE Operator, VG10 cobalt stainless, bead blasted micarta scales, nylon sheath, 5" blade. (fmn 82-0014) Minimum bid $90.00

Lot 245 Three knives, CRKT Hissatsu2, Kershaw 1555TI and Blackhawk Crucible II plain folder (fmn 82-0015) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 246 1916 Philadelphia Sesquicentennial figural knife IN ORIGINAL POUCH. D. Peres Germany knife with in relief Ben Franklin, Independence Hall, and the Liberty Bell. Same shaped design on each side. Pouch is imprinted, "The Sesquicentennial Philadelphia, 150 years of American Independence, 1776-1916." 2 1/2" closed, Knife is unused, might have a spec or two from age storage and aging of the exterior. (rel 82-0016 82-0017) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 247 Victorian fancy fruit knife in original box. Birmingham, dated 1853, bright blade, 5 hallmarks, engraved sterling shield, scrimmed pearl and note the overshape is scalloped as well as a high relief sterling bolster. Rolled sterling on backspring to resemble worked back, 3 1/8" long closed. (rel 82-0018) Minimum bid $90.00

Lot 248 Two SOG Fixed blades, Swedge 1 and Swedge II, kydex sheaths, mint but no boxes, AUS8 steel, full tang, G10 overlays, Kydex sheath. 9" oal, 4 3/4" blade. (rel 82-0019) Minimum bid $70.00

Lot 249 W.R. Case & Sons Bradford, PA Tested Straight Razor in original box. "Prepardness" on front, W.R. mark on the back, relief fancy imitation ivory celluloid handles. Near mint. (rel 82-0020 82-0021) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 250 Schrade-Walden pre-1960 peachseed bone folding hunter, etched, "J. C. Higgins". Rare to see knives marked with the Sears mark used primarily on their guns. Mint except for a few age specks, unused. Rare in bone. Appx. 5" long closed. (rel 82-0022) Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 251 Remington pre-1940 official Boy Scout rare knife in the ORIGINAL BOX AND PAPER. Mint except for some storage specking. #RS4233. One will sometimes see the larger size RS3333 in an original box, and even sometimes with both the box and paper, but this smaller pattern in this condition is extremely rare. Mint as once can expect from a knife this old. rel 82-0023 82-0024 Minimum bid $500.00

Lot 252 IXL George Wostenholm Sheffield England Sportsman's knife with what appears to be sterling silver handles, plus a fold out shell extractor blade that adjusts for any caliber. Uncommon. Plus sheepfoot blade, champagne opening blade, and corkscrew. The handles are not hallmarked but were almost black when I semichromed it. Left some of the black around the pins to give you an idea. Nickel-silver dosen't do this. Mint. 4 1/8" long closed. rel 82-0025 82-0026 Minimum bid $225.00

Lot 253 Lockwood Brothers, Sheffield England metal handled ring openers (on both blades) Four knifes in all, in original glassine wrapper, and all are housed in the original box. From the raised rivets I suspect these were made for jewelers to add sterling or gold handles. Knives are mint with a brushed finish. Back is marked, "Made in Sheffield, England." rel 82-0028 Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 254 Blade Trading Cards, 72 knife cards created in 1972. Great for kids, in original unopened factory pack. rel 78-DSC0184 78-DSC0185 Minimum bid $5.00

Lot 255 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. rel 78-DSC0190 78-DSC0191 Minimum bid $15.00

Lot 256 2010 Version of the above. Only two knives were made in this series. Handles are a little more square than the 2008 and not bone. rel 78-DSC0204 78-DSC0203 Minimum bid $25.00

Lot 257 Bulldog brand celluloid handled Bluegill Sunfish display knife, double pull color etched blade, 8 1/2" closed. This thing is huge! pwc 78-DSC0243 Minimum bid $80.00

Lot 258 Case Classic Case XX stag handled railsplitter pattern with grooved slant bolsters, oval shield, MIB 52046J pwc 78-DSC0324 Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 259 Four Bullet Remington knives, Two six blade scout knives, one with the round shield and one with the bullet shield; the large scout camp knife, and a staminawood handled muskat knife, all MIB. jmnDSC0361 Minimum bid $40.00

Lots 1-99

Lots 100-199

Lots 200-259