J. Bruce Voyles, Auctioneers 
Auction 93

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Lots 1-99

Lots 100-161


Lot 100 Linder stag handled hunter, 8 1/8" oal, 3 7/8" blade, mint in the box except for a rust spot on the guard. In the original box. (93047) Minimum bid $15.00

Lot 101 Case Boot knife in the original color box with the garter included. Mint but has some scratches in the end of the box, and the bolsters need some serious cleaning (ref 93042) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 102 Randall Model 12-6, finger groove, orange stone. Mint except for a couple of specks on the front (See photo). Includes a Randall Made Knives zip up pouch. (mmm? 93052) Minimum bid $200.00

Lot 103 Dalton handmade locking liner folder, titanium handles, marked "DALTON", 4 1/8" long closed. Has been carried, sharpened, and used, with some scratches in the blade. A great user. Full blades. (odr 93036) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 104 Ogg one blade handmade sliplock, 4" closed, layered staminawood handles, brass dovetailed bolsters, #2086 on the back, early style finish. Mint. (odr 93162) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 105 Rowe big heavy duty handmade folder, 5" long closed, slant brass bolsters. "1992" hand stamped on the reverse of the tang, easy open lockback. Handles are black composition set in the handle at and angle in three different pieces with white liners and two spacers on each side. Round hole in the blade as a nailmark. Mint. No. 8 struck on the blade and from the construction could easily be the 8th knife this maker made. (odr 93161) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 106 F. Boyd, San Francisco, #38 (Francis Boyd) 2 3/4" closed handmade folder, his patented button lock (but without the "patented" stamped anywhere. Boyd was years ahead of his time in design. All metal handles. (odr 91367) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 107 G. T. Knives, San Diego, 4 3/4" folder, button lock at the center rivet, half serrated blade, black all metal patterned handle. MIB. (odr 93160) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 108 Pair of Case folding guard lockback, "Family Traditions Mint Set" housed in a wood laser engraved box in the shape of a folding guard lockback. Purple Cabernet bone handles. Case Collectors Club emble and etch. Only 500 such sets were produced. MIC. (Mint in case) (jli 93166) Minimum bid $75.00

Lot 109 Gerber Paul Knife, ivory micarta handles, model 2 PM, 1 is stamped on the inside liner. Early, mint. No box. (odr 93168) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 110 F. Boyd, SF large handmade folding hunter. 4 1/2" closed. Locks with his patented button lock, "patented" on the reverse tang. One blade, jigged red bone handles, slant brass bolsters. Mint. Early. Locks open and closed. (odr 93165) Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 111 F. Boyd SF two blade folding hunter, (brother to the above knife) 4 1/2" closed, front handle button lock unlocks the front blade. Button on the back bolster unlocked the rear serrated blade. Jigged bone handles with slant brass bolsters. Novel knife. Mint. Locks open and closed. (dor 93164) Minimum bid $125.00

Lot 112 Pair of Parker-Edwards USA trappers, one genuine stag, one jigged red bone. Both mint, one made in 1987, the other in 1988 for the Sand Mountain Knife Collectors Asss. (The Sand Mtn. Knife Collectors Association is an Alabama based club that was noted for many years because they would allow members from out of state or that couldn't attend the meetings. They wanted to reserve their knives for active members only. In the early days this was quite frustrating for collectors who set out to buy club knives from each of the early clubs. Consequently knives from this club are uncommon). (rel 93169) Minimum bid $45.00

Lot 113 Parker lockback whittler in pearl. 4" long closed. One of the first production knives in modern times to have a lockback master blade in a whittler configuration. Front lock, jumbo sleeveboard. Mint. Made in Seki, Japan. Produced in 1981 for the Sand Mtn. club (rel 93144) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 114 Parker pearl handled whittler, reverse congress 3-blade, 3 7/8", produced in 1982 for the Sand Mt. Club. Japan. (rel 93150) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 115 Northfield Knife Co. vintage whittler, bar shield, swell center, long pull, has been cleaned but a high excellent. 3 1/2" closed. (rel 93145) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 116 Pair of Fightn' Rooster, Solingen, Germany knives. Two Texas Toothpicks with elaborate stamped bolsters, bar shield. 5 1/8" long, one of 600. The Cajun Queen is gold etched with jigged bone handles and mint. "The New Orleans" is stag handles and mint except a chip of stag missing from the tip of the front handle. (rel 93146) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 117 Pair of Parker Cut. Co. Texas Toothpicks, one genuine stag, one pearl, made in 1979 and 1980 for the Sand Mtn. Club. Both mint. (rel 93148) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 118 Pair of Peanut knives. One is Parker-Frost eched Bobcat, with 1978-12 on the back with sawcut black delrin handles, the other is an Elkhorn Pearl peanut (Japan) from the same era. Both mint. (rel 93149) Minimum bid $20.00

Lot 119 Matched set of three pearl handled German made mini-canoes. "Battle Ax" tang mark, with "Hickey-Shouse" on the back. All matching #39 struck into the bolsters, gold etched and black lettered blades, "Apache," "Cherokee," and "Commanche" etched on the respective blades. All mint. early 1980. Short run. (rel 93147) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 120 Three Parker-Frost USA 1978 knives. All with black sawcut delrin handles. This knives were part of a 20-plus knife series in their attempt to be the first company other than Case to produce a full line of bone handled knives (with the derlin handles on a few patterns in addition). The knives were produced by Schrade on contract, and were only made a couple of years. Knives are a Mustang lockback, Johnny Muskrat square bolster muskrat, and Fox 3 3/8" stockman. All mint except for a single speck in the nailmark of the muskrat. All with Parker-Frost shields. (rel 93170) Minimum bid $25.00

Lot 121 Japanese Samurai Sword. This sword was brought back as a war trophy for WWII by a personal friend of mine who pulled it out of the closet and asked me to auction it for him. A knowledgeable Samuri collector told me the following: Scabbard has lost the original covering and has been lacquered over. The sword itself is hand forged, has a nice temper line, and running a light down the length of the blade there are no major fold marks detectable. It is an Imperial Navy sword with the appropriate markings, and produced very early in WWII. Please see photos for more details. (The metal piece that butts up against the tsuba was not removed, so we do not have info on ordnance marks that might be under that). The sword has been taken care of over the years and not abused. (kwn 93154) Minimum bid $250.00

Lot 122 Pair of Buck Knives. 0560 titanium finger groove lockback folding hunter with a "/" (1993date mark and a one blade Crosslock with 1 of 100 patographed on the back of the blade. Both MIB. (mmm 93053) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 123 Western States Boulder, Colo imitation ivory fancy tipped straight razor. Near mint. (dsc 93057) Minimum bid $5.00

Lot 124 L. Gaudette, Maker fancy small folder, 3 3/4" closed, staminawood handles, dovetailed bolsters, fully engraved bolsters with stippled backgrounds on both sides. Lockback. (rel 93055) Minimum bid $25.00

Lot 125 Remington Bullet Knives by Mel Brewster. Hardcover with color dust cover, 180 pages, mint. 1991 (sto 93039) Minimum bid $5.00

Lot 126 Identification Guide to Remington Sheath Knives 1924-1940 by D. Y. Grimm, 85 pages, soft cover, slick paper. 1991, first printing, autographed by the author. (sto 93037) Minimum bid $5.00

Lot 127 600 Scout Knives by Joseph Richard Kerr, color cover, 173 pages, softcover, 8 1/2 X 11. c.1997 (sto 93038) Minimum bid $10.00

Lot 128 Antique Sunfish Pocketknives, A History & Price Guide by Russ Atamore. Ring bound, soft cover, 100 pages, 8 1/2 X 11 2004. (sto 93036) Minimum bid $5.00

Lot 129 Remington Bullet Knives by Mel Brewster, color soft cover, 39 pages, 1985. (sto 93034) Minimum bid $5.00

Lot 130 Remington Cutlery, Reproduction of catalog No. 1, 182 pages, slick paper, knives produced actual size, 1983, 8 1/2 X 11. (sto 93035) Minimum bid $10.00

Lot 131 Tidioute Brand Pocketknives, A town with an Edge by David L. Anthony, 125 pages, 2007, softcover. Trade size. (sto 93031) Minimum bid $10.00

Lot 132 Antique American Switchblades by Mark Erickson, 160 pages, color throughout, 8 1/2 X 11. 2004. (sto 93032) Minimum bid $20.00

Lot 133 Knifemakers of Old San Francisco, by Bernard R. Levine, hardcover with dustcover, 1978, 160 pages. (sto 93033) Minimum bid $25.00

Lot 134 ESEE Training and Equipment Group Special "Izula" model. Made in Idaho Falls, ID. This knife has a "KnifeRights" model, in red and black marked, "Shall Not Be Infringed" over a flag and "United We Stand". Thermoplastic sheath, MIB. This knife is only obtained by a $200 donation to KnifeRights.Org. (rel 93177) Minimum bid $25.00

Lot 135 Pair of Parker Frost USA knives. Made in 1978, one is a two blade slim trapper with saw cut delrin handles, 2 blade, etched, "Mink" and a Little Bandit one blade brown jigged bone handled locking liner also marked "Schrade" on the back of the tang. (That was an unuspected add-on that Schrade added and therefore doomed the project from the beginning, as it was too easy to compare prices with the same pattern by Schrade without bone). (rel 93173) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 136 G. Marshall, Mason, TX (Glenn Marshall) Hunter with ivory micarta handles, 6 1/2" oal, 2 3/4" blade, early. He was well known for producing knives that would bring thousands of dollars at special benefit auctions like DU and exotic game keepers meetings in Texas. Long time well known maker. No sheath. (mri 93176) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 137 Scallop shell mark (Lowell Oyster, Corinth ME) Maker since 1981, mini-sliplock 2 7/8" closed, wood handles, brass bolsters, mint. (Do not try to look him up online as you will find little but several million Oyster shucking knives). (odr 93174) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 138 English Bowie marked, "Graham Clayton, Kelham Island". Kelham Island is the historical Sheffied living history area where the last of the Little Mesters make knives utilizing many of the old cutlery arts. Graham also was involved at one time with House of Coutel, and Digbys. This Bowie has maroon micarta handles, a bar shield, scalloped 2-piece guard, and the tang is fileworked all the way around, as well as the blade blade. Hand milled liners sa well. 15 1/2" oal, 10 1/2" blade, mint. No sheath. (odr 93136) Minimum bid $125.00

Lot 139 Pair of Parker knives. All metal locking liner marked Parker, Surgical Steel Japan with an etched blade that I cannot make out clearly. In the original box and on the inside is a post it note in Jim Parker's writing reading "Etched Sample". (I have done enough business and handwritten exchanges with Parker over the years that is lettering is instantly recognizable to me). Also marked on the blade "Benchmade by Tak Fukuta and "Authorized Reproduction". Not sure if this was a proto or not but leans that way in my mind, plus a 1982 Parker World's Fair knife, MIB. (jli 93175) Minimum bid $15.00

Lot 140 Pair of knives, Case 6254 bone trapper, modern, and Remington Bullet repo R1178, 1991, MIB. (iwpg 93054) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 141 Western, Boulder Colorado Made in USA marked small hunter, orange composition handles with stacked leather washers and spaces, fancy tooled leather sheath, 6 3/4" oal and 3" blade. Blade is a little short and has been reshaped. VG (rbf 93050) Minimum bid $5.00

Lot 142 CASE fixed blade knife, CASE in all caps, stacked leather washer handle, 7 1/2" oal, 4" blade, no sheath. Original polish full on the blade, has been used to cut something, and some light specks here and there, near mint. (rbf 93051) Minimum bid $20.00

Lot 143 Case 5282 stag 2 blade mini Physician's knife, etched Case XX Razor Edge (this is NOT part of the 1976 sets that carried this same etch). Mint, modern issue. (odr 93049) Minimum bid $25.00

Lot 144 Five blue delrin handled knives. 6207ss mini trapper, 61048ss slim trapper, 61749lss mini copperlock, 610096ss mini-toothpick, and 4138ss sodbuster unetched (4138 is not a misprint, same material but not jigged.) All mint. (llg 93048) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 145 Group of 4 Case limited edition knives, all with 1 of 3000 etch, jade green bone handles, and top patterns, 6254 trapper, 62131 canoe, 6220 peanut, and 6318 serpentine. From Limited editon XXXI. All mint. (llg 93044) Minimum bid $90.00

Lot 146 Five Case Autumn bone knives, 6207 mini trapper, 61749 small copperlock, 6220 peanut, 63027 pen, and 61953L Russlock. All mint. (llg ) Minimum bid $90.00

Lot 147 Case 6151SAB folding guard, jigged red bone handles, (not a lockback) (rel 93046) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 148 Benchmade Mel Pardue designed Griptilian, Axis lock, 154cm steel, 4 5/8" long. Knife is unused and mint except it has laid around in a box and slid around until the much of the color is worn off the flat outside of the clip. (rel 93056) Minimum bid $30.00


Lot 149 no lot

Lot 150 Pair of Case Knives. Y52131 stag canoe, with a black blade and etched in reverse, bowtie shield. Mint except for natural check and a long rivet crack at the handle edge. Plus a 5233 modern. Mint. (rel 93045) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 151 Pair of Boker knives, Magnum 5 1/4" finger groove folder, half serrated blade, skull crusher pommel, locking liner, in metal tin, imported; and Boker KALS74 sliplock (button is decorative and apparently was functional on another version but this looks better than a big hole in the handle with clip. Tiawan made. In a box shaped like and AK clip. Both MIB (93058) Minimum bid $5.00

Lot 152 Trindle sliplock fully engraved and fileworked. Burl wood handles , dovetailed bolsters, reverse engraved, fileworked liners, engraved blade, engraved backspring. 3 3/8" closed, 5 `1/2" oal. Mint. (93078) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 153 Case Blue Scroll stag set, issued in 1977. The top of the line in stag sets, both for the patterns included and the number of knives. This model included the rare 5233ss (they started making the 52033ss in mid-run). Patterns are all stainless and are: 5172 clasp knife, 5265 2 blade folding hunter, 5111 1/2 folding guard lockback, 5254 trapper, 5347 serpentine stockman, 52131 canoe, 52087 dogleg, and as mentioned previously 5233 pen. All mint. (jlg 93064) Minimum bid $400.00

Lot 154 Cripple Creek, Old Fort, TN USA marked five blade gunboat canoe, issued in 1991 by Bob Cargill in honor of the 10th anniversary of Cripple Creek knives. 1 of 50. Pearl handles, 4 1/4" closed. One of the best of all knives issued by Cripple Creek. Mint. (ord 93065) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 155 Pair of French Knives. Wood handled folder in a presentation box along with a belt sheath and sharpening rod, 4 3/4" barehead with slant bolsters, marked Theirs, por Jean Dubost. Mint, plus a oversized (8 1/2" closed!) wood handled knife with designs that have been burnt into the wood handle. Guard twists to open it like an Opinel. Marked "Chaperon Nontron, Inox". Mint and included the bottom of the vacuum fitted box. (Top is missing). (odr 93121) Minimum bid $25.00

Lot 156 Charlie Edmondson handforged big chopper, 15" oal, 9 1/4" blade, beautiful hamon line, burl wood handle, grayed guard, nice heavy leather sheath. Mint. (pdw 93010) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 157 Chuck Hawes Bowie, handforged, beautiful hamon line, some filework on the back of the blade. Front side is great but some storage freckles on the back side of the blade. Round stag handle and a unique treatment on the pommel with mosaic pins inlet into the butt. Mint except as noted. 15 1/2" oal, 10 1/4" blade. Thick leather sheath. (pdw 93008) Minimum bid $125.00

Lot 158 Lou Hegedus Jr. Subhilt Bowie, 13" oal with a 9" blade, handle is three pieces of amber, with spacers between each (the subhilt serves as one of the spacers. Leather sheath. Mint. (tgg 93019) Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 159 Three Case knives, all genuine stag handles, Sharkstooth, Hammerhead, and Mako. All selected from among many for their colorful and matched handles. Original sheath, box, and outer box. 1970's. Knives are mint except some digs into the brass from green crud that gets on this era Case knife when left stored in the sheaths. (rbf 93178) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 160 Case boot knife in the original color box with the garter included. Mint but has some scratches in the end of the box, and the bolsters need some serious cleaning if not buffing. (this is not a duplicate of another Case boot knife (We have 2 in this auction) (rbf 93151) Minimum bid $45.00

Lot 161 Case stag 523-3 1/4, original color box and basketweave leather sheath. Everything is mint except the foam inside the box is crumbling. (rbf 93153) Minimum bid $50.00