J. Bruce Voyles, Auctioneers 
Auction 90

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Lots 1-99

Lots 100-199

Lots 200-299

Lots 300-323

Lot 200 Three pearl handled knives, Brown Bros. pearl 2 1/2" interframe, exc, Rodgers Cutlers to Her Majesty 2 1/2" shadow, exc except the pen blade is broken, and four blade grooming tool with pearl inserts, extended tangs allow easy opening, exc. (90180-sto) Minimum bid $20.00

Lot 201 Six German knives, Argyle pearl six blade congress, W. H. Morley pearl whittler, W. H. Morley swell center, three carved bolster pen knives, German. All very good or worse. (90181-sto) Minimum bid $20.00

Lot 202 Master pack of 36 1982 Worlds Fair knives by Parker Cutlery, each knife individually boxed. This was the official knife of that Worlds Fair. Front handle features a log cabin the fair emblem, 1982 Worlds fair and man in coonskin cap with long rifle and "Boone, Crockett, Jackson." Back side shows Indian building fire, solar energy emblem, and the Columbia space shuttles. All are MIB. (90183-rbf) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 203 Pair of Mexican Bowies, both with Indian pommels, cast aluminum guards, horn handles, 14 1/2" oal, 8 1/4" blade, one cheap leather sheath. Different outdoor scenes etched on one side. One reads "Me gusto de came fresco couo la cowe mi dueuo", the other "Al nopal lo janaver, solo cuando tirne tona". (90228-rbf) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 204 Case Bowie knife, stars on the guard, unused but black handle is fading, some light specks here and there and some tarnish on the brass edges sheath. Coonskin cap frontiersman etched on the blade. No box. Near mint. (90188-rbf) Minimum bid $45.00

Lot 205 Marbles Ideal, stacked leather washer handle, 9z" oal, 4 3/4" blade, exc (90189-rbf) Minimum bid $25.00

Lot 206 Pair of unusual knives. Harrington Cutlery Dexter, Southbridge, Mass box opening too, wood handles, and a multi-tool before there were multi-tools fixed blade with leather sheath that snaps through the hex hole in the handle to hold all in place, 803/4" overall. (90190-rbf) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 207 Rimpler Pair of Crown stag matched huners in a double sheath, wolf and deer scrimmed on the flat part of the pommel, engined turned blades, brass guards, red and white spacers at the guard, RAR 92 pantographed on each guard. Mint. Large knife is 12" oal, 6" blade, smaller knife is 8" oal, 3 1/2" blade. (90194jpg rbf) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 208 Steer & Webster stag handled small hunter, stag handles, exc. 8 3/4" oal, 4 3/4" blade, leather basketweave sheath not original to the knife but well done. (90195-rbf) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 209 Manson, Sheffield stag handled dagger, 9 1/4" oal, 5" blade, no sheath, scalloped thick nickel silver guard, scalloped escutcheon plate, rounded pommel, tarnished overall, exc. (90196-rbf) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 210 Tilliotson & Co. Columbia Place, Sheffield, horn handled dagger with federal shield, straight thin nickel silver guard, 8 1/4" oal, 4 1/2" blade, full blade with no deep pitting. Pommel of some sort is missing. No sheath. (90198-rbf) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 211 W & S Butcher Sportsman's knife dagger, fancy relief ferrule, straight nickel silver guard, ivory handle in a coffin shape with an unusual 2 piece ivory handle, like a veneer repair, one long crack. Full blades with some pitting. Note: Be sure it is legal to own or receive ivory in your state before bidding. For sure we cannot ship into New York, New Jersey, California at this time, please check your local laws. 10 3/4" al, 5 7/8" blade, no sheath. (90199-rbf) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 212 Marsh Bros. & Co. Celebrated Cutlery horn handled dagger, oval excutcheon, nickel silver ferrule and pommel, straight nickel silver guard, 8 5/8" oal and 4 3/4" blade, exc. No sheath. (90200-rbf) Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 213 Unmarked handmade knife, well done with round stag hidden tang, staminawood ferrule, stippled brass guard, 9 1/8" oal, 3 3/4" blade, has been sharpened, no sheath. (90203-rbf) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 214 Remington pre-1940 RH4 outers knife, jigged bone handles, no sheath, near mint/high excellent. (90204-rbf) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 215 J Russell Green River skinning knife, wood handles, exc. 9" oal, homemade soft leather sheath not original to the knife. (90206-rbf) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 216 Jos. Allen & Sons Sheffield England Cowboy Bowie, 9 1/2" oal, 5 1/2" blade, jigged bone handles, no sheath. Good. (90207-rbf) Minimum bid $20.00

Lot 217 Mappin Bros. stag handled small bowie, 10" oal, 5" blade, straight guard, "The Hunters Company Guaranteed not to be ?? Of the Quality" (Can't make out some of the words), somc cracks in the handle, no sheath. Blade is short. Good condition. (90209-rbf) Minimum bid $70.00

Lot 218 Unmarked German trench knife, jigged wood handles, metal ferrule and pommel, "S" shaped guard, dagger blade, no sheath. (90210-rbf) Minimum bid $20.00

Lot 219 Mark is arrow through a box, "6 Eyre St. Sheffield", white bone handled dagger, federal shield, long spear point Bowie, straight nickel silver guard, 12 3/4" oal, 8 1/4" blade, leather sheath with nickel silver throat, missing frog, full blades but some deep pits here and there, exc. (90213-rbf) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 220 Metal handled carving set marked, "H & Co" 12 3/4" oal, 7 3/4" blade on the carver, fork marked too. Exc. (90217-rbf) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 221 Pair or stacked handle knives, Kabar 1207 stacked leather washer handles, 11 1/2" oal, 5 3/4" blade and Paul Herbertz stacked fiber handles throwing knife (spacers are a little loose), Sheath and blade both say Barentoer design, with Indian head embossed on the sheath. Werfmesser (German for throwing knife) also etched on the blade. 8 1/8" oal, 5" blade. Both near mint. (90219-rbf) Minimum bid $25.00

Lot 222 Victor Tool Co. survival knife, red wood handle, with OD sheath that zippers with the WWII/Korea belt attachment, full blades but tarnished, 14 1/2" oal, 8 3/4" blade. (90220-rbf) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 223 XLCD Wade & Butcher, Sheffield, England hunter 10 1/2" oal, 5 7/8" bladed (similar to a Marbles Ideal), long blood grooved, stacked leather washer and fiber handle, stag pommel, pouch leather sheath, exc. (90226-rbf) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 224 George Woodhead Sheffield, Warranted small dirk, 8 1/2" oal, 4 1/2" blade with a hand soldered copper sheath with what appears to have been a lead frog. (This is most often found on genuine Confederate items but we have no documentation on this knife), handles once were tortoise but the bugs have had a feast and they are all but gone, long escutcheon, and rounded tips on the guard. And interesting little knife. (90229-rbf) Minimum bid $20.00

Lot 225 Wood handled wood sheath dagger, band around the sheath is engraved, "Albert W. Long, Bankok, Thailand, 1954". 15" oal, 9 1/4" blade, blade is crude and hard to describe condition by typical standards (look at the photo). (90231-rbf) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 226 Russell Green River skinning knife, 12 1/2" oal, 7 1/2" blade, pommel and guard are fitted into a semi-dovetail on each end. Pouch leather sheath mountain man style is newly made but fits the knife. (90232-rbf) Minimum bid $20.00

Lot 227 Unwin & Rodgers V crown R Manufacturer Sheffield marked spear Bowie, with hidden tang, round stag handle, grooved ferrule and scalloped nickel silver guard, no sheath. 16 1/2" oal, 11 1/4" blade, long crack the length of the handle on the bottom side, and about a 1 1/2" crack on the top side. Nickel-silver pommel. Fit to the handle is not that good, and the blade has been heavily polished with some pitting remaining. which makes it harder to judge this knife. One concern are the large splotchs of rust that is not natural and usually comes from artificial aging like burying the blade in a compost heap or something. Tang mark looks good but the finish leaves some questions. (90233-rbf) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 228 Russell 1976 commemorative of the Dadley Green River Knife, presentation boxed, mint. Jigged wood handles, 11 3/4" oal. MIB (90235-rbf) Minimum bid $25.00

Lot 229 Case tested 9242 Celluloid handled barehead peanut. Full blades but pitted up. Should clean up nicely to excellent. (90237-rbf) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 230 Whitte Hdw. Barlow, step down bolsters marked WHCO, jigged bone handles, spay blade. Exc. (90238-rbf) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 231 Kool Cowboy era vintage knife, Texas star in the wood handle, cast guard dovetails into the handle. Blade is etched "Godells Star Hunter, Pat. Oct 6, 1868" on the blade. Blade is full but is pitted, excellent. Nuce swell shape to the blade, 11" oal, 6 1/2" blade. (90239-rbf) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 232 Imitation tortoise fleam knife in original paper box, marked SAV. NY, 2 blades, file on each side, 2 sizes. 4 1/2" open. (90241-rbf) Minimum bid $4.00

Lot 233 Pair of Fruit knives, 2 blade engraved "Ella" on the back side of the blade, and a 2 blade berge knife pearl handled with 1 crack. One sterling blade, one steel. Both appx. 3 " long. (90242-rbf) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 234 Encore Thomas Turner Best Steel on the tang, 4 5/8" closed, stag handles, copper bail, vg blade. (90243-rbf) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 235 Hunter Sheffield stag handled sailors knife, 4 5/8", blunted blade, vg. (90244-rbf) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 236 Two blade carved ivory folder marked "SR", one hairline (shown in photo), full blades, exc. 3 1/8" long closed. (90245-rbf) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 237 Cannot make out the tang except for ENGLAND on the last line, etched "United States Navy", blunt blade, stag handles, iron bolsters, blade is vg, 4 5/8" closed. (90246-rbf) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 238 Pair of English hawkbills, Sheffield and Croydon with "Turtle" stamped in the blde, stag handles with a metal butt cap, several rivet cracks, vg; and Marsh stag handles with square tang and etched Cast Steel, vg. Several cracks in the handles. (90247-rbf) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 239 Huge ring lock folder, white bone handles that were decorated at one time, 12" long CLOSED, full blade, banged up bolsters, pearl spacer in the middle, couple of rivet cracks, vg-exc (90248-rbf) Minimum bid $25.00

Lot 240 Pair of Beavouir marked knives, imitation tortoise and white bone that has been scrimmed, engraved shields, the tortoise part is cracked, larger knife is 9 1/4" closed, with it's little brother 5" long close. Deep pitting on the larger one so very good, exc on the smaller. (90249-rbf) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 241 Large ethnic folder, fileworked blade back and a big 11" long closed, brass crudely engraved fittings and spacers, carved wood handls, exc. (90250-rbf) Minimum bid $25.00

Lot 242 Large ethnic knife, Varebo is what it looks like but can't make out for sure 7 1/2" closed horn handled folder, long clip horn handles with a single crack, brass fitting, decorated pin heads. Exc (90251-rbf) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 243 Large folder, white bone handles, one piece repaired, scalloped edges, unmarked, grooved bolsters with bad pin job on the pivot rivet, 7" closed, exc except as noted. (90252-rbf) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 244 Carved ivory handled Spear point Bowie, Gilbert Brothers Eclipse Sheffield (1839-1867), fancy ferrule, ball tipped straight guard, 10" OAL, 5 3/4" blade. Handle is broke so overall knife was likely longer. Leather sheath. Blade is exc. (90253-rbf) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 245 Lockwood Brothers Cowboy Bowie, stag handles, "Lockwood Brothers Sheffield" etched on the blade, 10" oal, 5 3/4" blade, exc blade, straight nickel silver guard, three pins hold the stag handles. Tooled leather sheath is good quality but not original to the knife. (90254-rbf) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 246 A. Paterson Forth Works, Sheffield, 9 1/2" oal, 5 5/8" blade, very good blade, leather sheath, scalloped straight guard. (90257-rbf) Minimum bid $50.00

NO LOT 247

Lot 248 Joseph Allen & Son Sheffield, England, "Non-Xll" stamped on the blade, carved wood checkered handle, original pouch leather sheath, 10 1/2" oal and 5 3/4" blade, exc. (90258-rbf) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 249 Lorberg spear Bowie, 11" oal, 6 3/4" blade, exc. Straight guard, checkered Buffalo horn handle, tapered tang, tooled leather sheath is well done but not original to the knife. (90259-rbf) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 250 Unusual folding hook. White bone handle and blade, center piece and handle itself are all heavily decorated. Looks from India but not sure. Vintage and good quality. Blade is 6", folds to 8" and unfolds to 13". One crack across the handle, otherwise exc. (90261-rbf) Minimum bid $25.00

Lot 251 German trench knife, s shaped guard, jigged wood handles, 11" with a 6" blade, pouch sheath, dagger blade. Exc. (90267-rbf) Minimum bid $25.00

Lot 252 Unmarked stag handled fold through the hand folding fixed blade. Button locks the knife with either a shortened version or unfolded it is 18" long with a 12 1/2" blade. Folded the blade is still 9 3/4". Spotted but full, fits in closed condition to the leather pouch sheath with a nickel silver tip. Likely German made. (90268-rbf) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 253 Three English knives, Swell end stag with crack Edward Barnes & Sons, 3 5/8" closed, George Butler Trinity Works Sheffield, 3 1/4" closed, "Cast Steel" on the blade, stag handles with no cracks, and Steer pin within a pin (very old) grooved iron bolsters, stag pruner, metal butt cap. Blades on all are very good or worse. Steer predates Steer & Webster, c. 1840's. (90275-rbf) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 254 Williamson, Sheffield England with the blade stamped "United States Navy". Blunted blade that is very good condition. Stag handles, 4 5/8" closed, grooved iron bolsters, chip missing at a handle rivet on the back handle. (90276-rbf) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 255 R. Bunting & Son Sheffield cyphered blade with horseman chasing stags, 4" closed, grooved iron bolsters, lockback. Low very good blade. Old. (1839-1870). Well known Bowie knife maker who made them primarily for the American market. (90277-rbf) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 256 Wragg & Son 38 Furnace Hill tang mark, banner reading "Hunting Knife" on the blade, wood handles, 4 5/8" closed, very good blade. (90278-rbf) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 257 V crown R J. Laws Superior Cutlery Sheffied (1845-1876) on this horn handled cyphered blade one ar razor knife, 4 1/8" closed, grooved bolsters, federal shield, thick saber ground blade. Stamping show soldier, flag, and "warranted cutlery", near edge also reads "Improved" but can't make out the rest of it. One hairline crack on the back. Excellent blade. A Laws Bowie is featured in the Flayderman book. (90279-rbf) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 258 Pair of pre-WWII Remington vintage patterns. R3489 metal handled small stockman, near mint, and Wrigleys pattern excellent except for a long hairline crack on the front handle. (90280-rbf) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 259 Encore Thomas Turner Best Steel on the tang, 4 5/8" closed, stag handles, copper bail, vg blade. Rivet crack on the back handle. (90282-rbf) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 260 Not sure exactly what this is, a friction folder, handforged with a very thick back with a deep bevel grin, vg, wood handle, 3 3/8" oal. It has a single Chinese mark on the back of blade. (90292-rbf) Minimum bid $15.00

Lot 261 Walker & Hall, Sheffield. Started in 1845 but became a massive plater and will often be designated as W&H with a flag mark. Lot of fruit knives. This style of knife predates all that. 4 3/8" closed, intact beautiful very old stag handles, grooved iron bolster, plenty of blade left but it has deep pits overall. VG but look at the photo close and make up your own mind. Filework on the end of the bail. (90283-rbf) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 262 John Nicholson (1841-1861) Celebrated Cutlery, rare Bowie knife name (his Bowies are shows in the Antique Bowie Knife Book and in the Flayderman book). One arm razor style blade that is marked with "The Best Quality" and "Imperial China" with four Chinese marks underneath, stag handles, 2 blade, 4 1/8" close, very good condition one rivet crack on front, cracks at each rivet on the back. Unusual in several different ways. Grooved iron bolster. (90284-rbf) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 263 Plum is the only mark on this 5 3/8" folding knife stag handles, bar shield, exc blade that does not lock up tight (original just has been used a lot) (90285-rbf) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 264 Torners Celebrated Cutlery fance 2 blade folding dirk, spear master blade with two facing lions struck into the blade, fancy relief bolsters on one end, step down bolsters on the ivot end, blades are low exc, knife has been rehandled in pearl. 4 7/8" blade. (90286-rbf) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 265 Eagon Knife Co. Austria, 4 3/4" oal folding dirk, high relief bolsters on all four bolters, slant bar shield, horn handles, master blade locks and is released by pressing down on the second blade, blade is low exc. (90287-rbf) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 266 Underwood, Haymarket, 5 1/8" stag handled farriers knife, bar shield, full blade but vg because of pits, grooved iron bolsters, Four blades on the upper side, on the back side is a corkscrew and three other blade, one of which is a punch with the spring not working on it. One crack on the back handle. The knife had a hoofpick but is missing. (90288-rbf) Minimum bid $70.00

Lot 267 W. Morton & Sons, Sheffied, 4 1/8" swell end 2 blade jack, bone handles, grooved iron bolsters, vg master blade, started making knives approx. 1874. (90289-rbf) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 268 Joseph Wragg & Son, c. 1884-1890's) hallmarked tape measure (tape missing), 3 1/2" oal, three blades on three backsprings, one a file blade, exc. (90290-rbf) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 269 Merriman Jenks & Co. Boston, 3 5/8" swell end jack, beautiful old flat stag handles on one side, iron pins and bolsters, vg/low exc blade, couple of rivet cracks. Verry old. (90291-rbf) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 270 Everhardt multi-blade, 3", six blacksprings, 13 blades (one blade slot missing on the back), exc. Imitation tortoise shell handles. (90293-rbf) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 271 Camillus Cutlery Co. bone handled folding guard lockback, 4 5/8" closed, blade is very good, a hairline crack across the front handle. (90294-rbf) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 272 Providence Cut. Co. three blade horn handled hobo three implement 4 blade take apart, exc overall. Grooved bolster, tiny check emanating from the center rivet, 4 3/8" closed. (90295-rbf) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 273 A. F. Bannister & Co Newark, NJ 4 1/8" oal, beautiful bone jigging 2 blade plus corkscrew, long spear blade and second blade is sawtooth, full blade exc. (90296-rbf) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 274 Non XLL Joseph Allen & Son, Sheffield stag handled 2 blade marlinspike, thick copper bail, 4 3/4", no cracks, vg/exc. (90297-rbf) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 275 Case (not marked but well documented) MS Ltd. XX marked all metal handles, blade is full, unused but exc due to tarnish, 4 3/4" closed. (90298-rbf) Minimum bid $55.00

Lot 276 Two quill knives, Horn handled marked H & R Boker, Renscheid, Cast Steel, Daniel Butz, tree on back in circle with B on each side of the tree trunk. Exc. (Extremely rare mark), and carved pearl Joseph Rodgers Cutlers to Her Majesty 3 1/4" folder. Exc. (90299-rbf) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 277 W. Smith stag handled timber scribe, iron bolsters, 3 1/2" closed, one chip off the ede of the scribe, a single rivet crack. VG (90300-rbf) Minimum bid $10.00

Lot 278 Horn handled balisong, looks Philippine, 4 3/4" closed. Slots have been cut into the handle and inlet with aluminum strips (some of which are missing), full blades but no polish, exc. (90301-rbf) Minimum bid $25.00

Lot 279 Camillus Cutlery Co Camillus NY USA 1915 tang mark, can opener blade, marlin spike and spear blade, exc. 4 3/4" blade. (90302-rbf) Minimum bid $25.00

Lot 280 Two pearl handled pieces, Haudeville, En Albacettf sculpted handle pearl one blade, cross hatching on the center section of the pearl, with bail, exc; 3 1/4" and pearl fleam marked Wilm. Wagner, Solingen, Merscheid" exc. (90303-sto) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 281 Non XLL Joseph Allen & Son, Sheffield stag handled 2 blade marlinspike, thick copper bail, 4 3/4", no cracks, vg/exc. Rivet crack on the back handle, vg. (90304-rbf) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 282 Pair of strawberry delrin Robeson knives. 4 blade Scout utility with grooved bolster and peanut, Scout is mint, Peanut has a couple of specks but unused. (90340-rel) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 283 Two knives, Atkinson Brothers (Sheffield firm) jigged bone 2 blade, 4 1/4" closed with can opener blade, grooved bolster, vg, and Henckels 4" lockback stag handles, vg. (90305-rbf) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 284 Three vintage Remington knives pre-WWII, imitation pearl handled Daddy Barlow vg, R4703 moose vg, and wood hawkbill with bail, vg. (90306-sto) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 285 Two Union Cut. Celluloid handled knives, Marlin spike and 4 5/8" semi-English jack, low vg blades. (90307-sto) Minimum bid $25.00

Lot 286 11 Vintage knives, Kabar and Remington, ranging from an 1123 bullet frame to pen knives, various conditions, some great parts here. (90308-sto) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 287 Two vintage knives. Winchester pre-WWII 3345 shadow whittler, vg except for 3 cracks across the handle, and Union Cut. Co. Scout utitlity exc rehandled in pearl. (90309-sto) Minimum bid $20.00

Lot 288 Four English military issue knives, 3 with marlin spikes. This pattern has a sheepfoot master blade and a heavy duty can opener and bail. All the handles are some form of black fiber or composition. L to R. Walker and Hall, 4 3/8" closed, cracked at the birdseye, exc plus; ITC 64 3 7/8", exc; Taylors Eyewitness dated 1942, some shrinkage on the handle, 3 3/4" oal; E. Barnes Sheffield England, 4 1/4" with cracks at the birdseye rivet. vg. (90311-rbf) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 289 Pair of large English Marlin Spike knives. Harrison Bros & Howsen horn handled 5" marlin spike, very good with several cracks, very good; and IXL George Wostenholm Sheffield England marlin spike with checkered horn handles. "IXL" stamped on the blade, copper bail, couple of rivet cracks 5", iron bolters, exc. (90312-rbf) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 290 Three English Marlin Spike knives, all with black fiber handles, ERA James Barber Sheffield (5" with folding can opener), vg; J. McClory Sheffield vg, and E. C. Simmons Keen Kutter on the same pattern but no marlin spike, vg, bail is missing. (90313-rbf) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 291 Five English knives, 4 are marlin spikes with long can openers, all with fiber or black compositions handles. Condition ranges from vg to nm. ABL 1954 is NM, John Blyde 1944 vg, C. Clarke & Son 1944 vg; PCS.Pb.42 exc; and LU 43, vg (90314-rbf) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 292 Union Cut. Co. Olean NY pearl handled 2 blade. Linerless model (pearl only on the inside of the handles. Backspring is covered with a strip of pearl too. Mint. 2 5/8" closed. (90315-sto) Minimum bid $25.00

Lot 293 Pair of Robeson 633295 3 1/4" stock knives, one handled in strawberry delrin mint, the other in an imitation wood delrin, unused but some rusting on the blade back. (90328-rel) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 294 Ulster Knife Co. 4" etched knife, Birdseye Rivets on each end, etched "Florist's Favorite" and handles stamped, "Say it With Flowers" Mint. (90329-rel) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 295 Two Robeson knives, Imitation ivory 4" stock knife with grooved bolsters, 2 3/4" 2 blade with imitation pearl handled knives, both mint. (90330-rel) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 296 Three Robeson swell end jack knives, Strawberry delrin 3 3/8" 622636, strawberry delrin barehead jack 3" and brown jigged composition 2 3/4" closed, (90331-rel) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 297 Two Robeson strawberry bone serpentines, one is a two blade, one a three balde, 3 3/8", both mint. (90332-rel) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 298 Three CRKT knives. Each year Columbia River Knife & Tool gives away a knife to various knife media and friends to thank them for their support in the previous year. These knives are not sold but must be received at the SHOT Show. These are from the years 2012, 2013, and 2007. One is Mike Lerch Enticer also marked First Production Run, one is a Ken Onion design, and third is a Mini-M Tighe (one spot on the blade). 1 box. All mint except as noted. (90333-rel) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 299 Robeson 622061 trapper, brown delrin handles, mint. (90334-rel) Minimum bid $25.00

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