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Lot 1 Scagel USA stag hunter. GENUINE William Scagel knife, for some of you this will be a once in a lifetime opportunity to own one of the true legendary knifemakers of all time--the man who inspired Bo Randall to begin making knives. Rarely do you see knives by Scagel offered, as the private market is strong and most go into private collections without ever seeing the open market. 8 5/8" overall, 4 1/4" blade with a clip and elegant sweep to the blade, hidden tang held with 2 brass pints, brass guard, and stacked red and brown spacer. Overall I would call the blade excellent, some overall pitting but check the photo if you have questions. (pki 97362) Minimum bid $2,000.00

Lot 2 Steve Johnson Manti, Utah handmade stag hunter, tapered tang, nickel silver guard, lined lanyard hoe, 7" oal, 2 7/8" blade, no sheath. Mint. (dha 97435) Minimum bid $1,000.00

Lot 3 Engraved gold inlaid Frank Centofante, genuine mother-of-pearl handles, Julie Warenski engraving lockback, 3 1/4" closed, 6" open, awesome folder. Mint. (dha 97444) Minimum bid $500.00


Lot 4 Tim Hancock engraved taillock folder. Exquisite engraving by Julie Warenski, including gold inlay and relief engraving on the entire interframe on both sizes (note this is not a standard oval or rectangular interframe). Deep black lip pearl handles. Mint. (dha 97436) Minimum bid $500.00

Lot 5 Al Pendray Damascus subhilt stag fighter, with leather sheath. Al was written up in Scientific American for his work is rediscovering wootz Damascus. This former President of the Knifemakers Guild recently suffered a stroke and is not currently making knives. (We pray for his prompt and full recovery--Al is a true gentleman and I am proud to call him a friend.) (Note: The 23-year-old Pappy in the photo is not for sale.)14" oal, 8 3/4" blade, his mark inlaid in gold. WOOTZ Damascus. both edges sharpened. Tapered tang. Mint. (dha 97465) Minimum bid $600.00

Lot 6 Eldeon Peterson, Whitefish, MT horn handled gold relief engraved masterpiece. Back of the blade is marked "Lageose", obviously the engraver. The knife is 5" long closed, 9" open, and every part of this folder than can be engraved is, highlighed by a grizzly relief engraved on one side of the bolster and an buffalo relief engraved on the other, gold plated. The blade is engraved on the tang, the flat of the blade, and even the bottom of the tang when open. The flat part of the top of the bolster is engraved as is the locking bar and the sides of the exposed locking bar tht is cut out for unlocking is also engraved. A ton of WOW! with this knife. MInt. (dha 97438) Minimum bid $600.00

Lot 7 Dietmar Kressler stag handled INTEGRAL fighter, griived guard and pommel, tapered tang, hand rubbed finish. Awesome. Mint. (dha 97467) Minimum bid $650.00

Lot 8 Jack Busfield, Mesa, AZ black pearl engraved folder, gold inlay, 3 7/16" closed, 6 1/8" open, figural engaving with a rising sun scene. Hard to make out the engraver mark, but likely David Perdue as he did a lot of Jack's engraving. (dha 97450) Minimum bid $400.00

Lot 9 Deitmar Kressler Munchen stag subhilt fighter, genuine stag handles, integral one piece construction, grooved guard, subhild and pommel. Three lanyard holes equally spaced and an oblong lanyard hole in the pommel. 9 3/4" oal, 4 3/4" blade, hand rubbed finish. Tapered tang. An exceptional art work by one of the leading knifemakers in the world. (dha 97451) Minimum bid $800.00

Lot 10 Jim Hardenbrook engraved Bowie,iron wood handles, coffin pommel, engraved guard, ferrule and pommel, engraved B-002, marked JHH. 13 3/4" oal, 9" blade. Jim was one of the finest makers of his day who was just starting to gain world wide attention as a top teir maker when he was killed in a hunting accident. He had taken an elk with a bow, was riding out with the elk when his horse spooked, causing the arrows in his belt quiver to fall out just before he fell off the horse. It was a tragic circumstance, he left a large family, and had he lived would have been in the legendary class. The quality of this knife matches the best you see today. Sheath is a Kenny Rowe (did not come with the knife originally.) Mint. (dha 97452) Minimum bid $300.00

Lot 11 Don Cowles relief engraved bolster of a charging elephant, amethyst inlaid, mossaic pins, ironwood handles, both sides engraved (back side has a crest engraved), dovetailed bolsters and tapered tang with red liners, engraving by ADLAM, 9" oal, 3 7/8" blade, no sheath. (dha 97453) Minimum bid $300.00

Lot 12 Beautiful Durvyn Howard gents knife, gold lip pearl with curved bolster, lockback is a bar that rises a tiny above the backspring as a front lock, drilled on one end, 3" closed, 5 1/8" open. Elegant. Mint. (dha 97462) Minimum bid $250.00

Lot 13 W. D. Pease art folder, Mossaic Damascus bolsters, fileworked backspring and blade back, lockback, gold screws, imitation tortoise handles that are carved. 3 1/8" closed, 5 3/4" open. Mint. (dha 97463) Minimum bid $300.00

Lot 14 Ron Newton Damascus folder, carved mother of pearl handles, annodized and fileworked liners, gold thumbstud, grooved Damascus bolsters, fileworked screw heads, engraved backstrap. 5 1/8" closed, 9" open. This knife has every bell and whistle once could expect on an art folder from a top maker. (dha 97455) Minimum bid $400.00

Lot 15 Billy Mace Imel pearl handled folder, elegant lines, 3 3/4" closed, 6 1/2" open, lockback that is recessed and level with the liners. Cut outs in the liner allow you to press down to unlock it. Great tolerances. Mint. (dha 97437) Minimum bid $250.00

Lot 16 Frank Centofante stag handled folder, Loveless design, lockback, 4" closed, 7 3/8" open. Drilled for lanyard, mint. (dha 97460) Minimum bid $400.00

Lot 17 Mel Pardue Damascus folding dagger, carved horn handles, fileworked bolsterss, dovetailed bolsters, fileworked liners and backstrap. 5" closed, 9" open, fine grain Damascus, mint. (dha 97461) Minimum bid $300.00

Lot 18 Frank Centofante genuine mother-of-pearl handled folder, Loveless design, lockback, 4" closed, 7 3/8" open. Drilled for lanyard, mint. (dha 97469) Minimum bid $400.00

Lot 19 Jim Ence Ivory micarta daggter, tapered tang oval shield, stamped on the guard INTEGRAL, from a single piece of steel. Six pint, sculpted handle. Mint. (dha 97466) Minimum bid $300.00

Lot 20 Dickie Robinson jigged bone wharncliffe whittler, 3 3/8"closed, two backsprings with a tapered spacer, mint. (dha 97468) Minimum bid $300.00

Lot 21 Jay Hendrickson Mastersmith hunter, 8 7/8" oal, 4 5/8" blade, silver wire inlaid handle, guard is genuine stag in a cross section. Leather sheath. Mint except for a spot on the back swedge of the blade and specks on the blade edge. Easily cleaned if you know what you are doing with a grinder and buffer. (dha 97470) Minimum bid $275.00

Lot 22 Bill Ruple 2 blade jigged bone barlow, grooved bolsters, fileworked liners on both sides of each backspring and the center liner. Two backspring knife, 3 3/8" long close (standard barlow size) Mint. Hand rubbed finish. (dha 97422 ) Minimum bid $300.00

Lot 23 A. H. Daniels, Town Creek, AL engraved lockback, pearl handles with gold pins and shield, fileworked liners throughout, 3 1/8" closed, 5 5/8" open, Mint. . (dha 97443) Minimum bid $300.00

Lot 24 Rick Dunkerly mossaic Damascus folder, locking liner with annodized titanium liners, black lip pearl handles that are carved on both sides, engraved screws, fileworked Damascus backstrap and liners, looks to be a amethyst thumbstud, mint. ( dha 97449) Minimum bid $400.00

Lot 25 J. Behring Jr. Montana Scagel style massive Bowie/chopper, crown stag pommel, stack leather washers, rough finished flat of the blade, Looks to have been made from a large rasp. 13 3/4" oal, 8" blade. Mint. No sheath. (dha 97471) Minimum bid $300.00

Lot 26 Jim Crowell round stag Bowie, shooting star mark, metal ferrule, rope fileworked guard, 15" oal, 9 3/4" blade, Kenny Rowe sheath, hidden tang. The knife was not made with a pommel cap. Mint (dha 97473) Minimum bid $300.00

Lot 27 A.H. Daniels pearl handled coffin Bowie with metal tip and throat sheath, mint, fiery pearl, oval excutcheon inlaid in the pearl, mint except for a couple of bump dings on the end of the pommel, 10" oal, 6" blade, nickel silver fittings, mint. (dha 97474) Minimum bid $250.00

Lot 28 Mel Pardue Mossaic Damascus folder, carved pearl handles, fileworked annodized titanium liner, locking liner, fileworked Damascus bolsters, pearl capped thumbstud, dovetail bolsters, 3 5/8" closed, 6 3/8" open, saber ground wharncliffe blade, mint. (dha 97475) Minimum bid $250.00

Lot 29 A. H. Daniels, Town Creek, AL small Bowie, replica of a Shivley Bowie. Nice matching sheath with metal throat and tip and fancy fileworked tip, checkered horn handles, nickel silver guard, 9 3/4" oal, 5 3/4" blade, mint. (dha 97476) Minimum bid $250.00

Lot 30 John Richter Damascus folder. The mark on this knife is all but impossible to see, but after showing it to several handmade dealers they all identified as the same person, John Richter (goole for imgaes of his knives, there is a Custom Knife Gallery that looks like this one's brother although the lock is different. A heft 5 1/2" long closed, adn 10 1/8" open, Damascus blade, annodized titanium liners and groove mokume bolster, locking liner that has some light filework. The back strap is inlaid with two squares of pearl. Backstrap and blade back has rope style filework. Hands are mammoth ivory (cannot ship into states in which this 25000 plus year old item is banned, such as New Jersey, New York, California etc.) I'm sure they are afraid because of the number of mammoths being stoned to death and run off cliffs for their ivory that they might become extinct. Well made and a lot of right things going on with this knife. Mint. (dha 97477) Minimum bid $250.00

Lot 31 Parker Eagle Brand Country Doctors Set of pearl handled pillbuster knives, handles are abalone, pearl jigged bone, stag, and smooth bone. MIB. Japan made. (fjk 97412) Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 32 Free with a stick man logo, green bone dropped point with leather sheath marked with a thunderbird. 7 1/2" oal, 3 1/2" blade, straight tang, brass guard, jigged green bone with red and black liners. Drilled for lanyard. Mint. (sbg 97379) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 33 Melvin Poole handmade small stag handled hunter, drilled for lanyard, with sheath. Straight tang, 6 5/8" oal, 3" blade. Mint. (sbg 97380) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 34 Melvin Poole twin knife set, fileworked, matching knives in a double carry sheath. Mint. Eacvh knife is 7 3/8" oal, 3 3/8" fileworked blade, dovetailed bolsters, marked on the tangs 03-4260 and 03-4261. Mint. (sbg 97381) Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 35 Zolan McCarty wood handled handmade fixed blade made for the Ocmulgee Knife Collectors in 1991, one of 50, no sheath (one shown in photo is for prop only--note it has a knife in it) 8 1/2" oal, 3 3/4" blade, mint (sbg 97382) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 36 Marvin Pool sculpted handle stag hunter, leather sheath. 8 1/4" oal, 4 1/8" blade, straight tang, black leather pouch sheath, mint. (sbg 97383) Minimum bid $65.00

Lot 37 Wayne Hensley ivory micarta handled handmade folder made for the Chattahoochee Cutlery Club in 2000. He sold the club these knives for $150.00 he told me recently, but would charge $300 to $350 to make the same knife today. 3 7/8" closed (sbg 97027) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 38 Bert Foster G10 handled small fixed blade with leather belt sheath, expectional temper line. Mint. 7 3/4" oal, 3 1/8" blade, Mint. (fmn 97108) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 39 Jim Small custom drop point, ivory micarta handles with red liner, tapered tang, brass fitting, has been carried and used but not hurt at all, some staining on the blade that would polish out in crafty hands. 8 1/2" oal, 3 7/8" blade. (sbg 97299) Minimum bid $120.00

Lot 40 Bone stag handled small skinner, G618 stamped on back of tang, Johnson rough back sheath. Mint (sbg 97300) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 41 Art Wiman Stag handled sunfish, one of the few of his knives I have ever seen with a worked back, mint by his standards of the time. 4 3/8" closed, fileworked backspring. (pki 97372) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 42 Lou Hegedus smooth stag handled folder, dovetailed bolsters, dated 1998, 3 3/4" closed sliplock. (sbg 97305) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 43 Paul Meyers 4 1/4" bone handled locking liner folder, thumbstud, half serrated blade and unusual reverse tanto point, #767 on reverse of the tang. Mint. (pki 97369) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 44 David Broadwell exceptional Damascus Art knife, engraved is elaborate and overall by Ray Cover, burl wood handles, exquisite. 12" oal, 6 1/4" blade, no sheath, mint. (pki 97370) Minimum bid $450.00

Lot 45 Zolan McCarty handmade lockback folder with stag handles and dovetail bolsters, 1 of 50 made in 1992, made for the Ocmulgee Knife Collectors club of Macon, GA (sbg 97147) Minimum bid $80.00

Lot 46 Smoky Mountain Knife Works Wilderness set Pt. 1 pair of gunstocks made by Queen in a special 600 limited edition, 1980. One is a 2 blade handled in pearl, the other 2 blade handled in stag. Presentation boxed. MIB (fjk 97420) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 47 Case Founders knife, 5143SS stag daddy barlow in a glass wall hanging box. Mint. (fjk 97421) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 48 Pair of Knives. Stag Winchester and 1997 NKCA Youth knife with smooth red bone handles. Both mint (fjk 97422 ) Minimum bid $45.00

Lot 49 NKCA Museum Founders set, Stag Schrade Clasp knife, A6250 Appaloosa bone sunfish with museum etching on the blade, Pearl Fight'n Rooster stockman, made in Japan, and Kissing Crane stag whittler, all in a delux satin lined box. With original letter that came with the set. Mint (fjk 97423) Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 50 IXL Master set of five knives in a rustic IXL marked wood box. C. 1980's, Lockbacks handled in imitation ivory, stag, and bone in 3 sizes, and stag canoe and bone three blade stockman. All Mint. (fjk 97424) Minimum bid $125.00

Lot 51 Col. Coon Green bone Fillet knife, 1983. Only 100 made, sheath also marked with Col. Coon. MIB (fjk 97425) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 52 Col. Coon stag handled fillet knife, leather sheath with Col. Coon marked sheath, MIB. (fjk 97426) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 53 Winchester set of 3 relief metal handled knives honoring the 100th anniversary of the Model 94 Winchesters, honoring the carbine, rifle, and the take-down model. All MIB. (fjk 97427) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 54 Parker Cut. Co. 1982 Worlds Fair smooth bone folding hunter, Mint in presentation box. (fjk 97428) Minimum bid $20.00

Lot 55 Winchester set of five pen knives with bone handles commemorating the Model 37 Single barrel shotgun, one for each gauge in the series, 410, 28, 20, 16, and 12 gauge. MIB. (fjk 97429) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 56 Pair of Winchester Stamina wood handled hunting knives, USA made, leather sheath, MIB (fjk 97430) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 57 Pair of Bear MGC stag handled knives made in 1993 for the NKCA. Hunter and three blade serpentine stockman, both with NKCA shields, MIB. (fjk 97431) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 58 Parker-Frost Tennessee-Kentucky series German made stag handled lockback with color etching, Davy Crockett and Daniel Boon, 1000 made, presentation box. Mint. (fjk 97432) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 59 Parker-Frost Tennessee-Kentucky series German made stag handled lockback with color etching, honoring the Kentucky Thoroughbread and the Tennessee Walking Horse. 1000 sets were made. Presentation boxed, mint. (fjk 97423) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 60 Parker Cut. Co. Indian Series IV, three knives, two are lockbacks, the other is a fixed blade in the same pattern, smooth bone handles, honoring Osceola Seminoles, Running Bear, and Red Cloud. Mint in presentation box. (fjk 97434) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 61 Parker Cut. Co. Indian Series X, smooth bone handles, trapper, mini-trapper, and mini baby bullet, honoring Chief White Man, Broken Arm, and Alice Lone Bear. Mint in box. (fjk 97413) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 62 Winchester bone handled English Jacks honoring Wild Bill Hickock and Buffalo Bill Cody. (Non-related note: Ask anyone under 20 who either of these two men are and what they did and brace yourself for the answer.) (fjk 97414) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 63 Famous Indians of the West Series II, Parker Frost, Four small pattern trappers, two knives honoring Cochise and two honoring Chief Joseph, two knives with celluloid handles, two with jigged bone handles, all MIB. (fjk 97415) Minimum bid $45.00

Lot 64 Famous Indians of the West Series 1, Parker Frost, Four small pattern trappers, two knives honoring Sitting Bull and two honoring Geronimo, two knives with celluloid handles, two with jigged bone handles, all MIB. (fjk 97416) Minimum bid $45.00

Lot 65 Case Kentucky Bicentennial set of three different handled sodbusters, stag, pakkawood, and green delrin, all on a sodbuster, jr. pattern, in boxes with acetate cover, color etched blades, all mint. (fjk 97417) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 66 Pair of Bear MGC Stag handled NKCA club knives, 1992 and 1994, both MIB. One sheath, other did not come with sheath. (fjk 97418) Minimum bid $45.00

Lot 67 Pair of Case NKCA knives, 6211 gree bone 1994 club knife, 2050 made, and green bone 62131 canoe honoring the 25th anniversary of the NKCA in a wood box. Both mint. (fjk 97419) Minimum bid $45.00

Lot 68 Case CT1072 Christmast tree handled celluloid clasp knife, Tested mark, blue box, 2000 were made. (fjk 97384) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 69 Group of Four NKCA Youth knives, Queen jigged bone pen 1994 1 of 7090, Schatt & Morgan jigged bone sleeveboard, 1998 Case 62109x baby copperhead, 1 of 700, and Puma 2000 youth knife, 1 of 700. All MIB. (fjk 97385) Minimum bid $45.00

Lot 70 Group of three Col. Coon lockbacks, 1980's, stag, smooth green bone, and stamina wood handles, all in original boxes. Mint. (fjk 97386) Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 71 Three Queen made NKCA Youth knives, jigged bone 2001 fixed blade, 2001 2 blade jack with bail, and 1999 pen mini-trapper. All MIB. (fjk 97387) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 72 Pair of Case Kentucky Bicentennial knives, one stag, one green delrin, acetate covers, both MIB. (fjk 97388) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 73 Pair of Case Kentucky Bicentennial knives, one stag, one pakkawood, acetate covers, both MIB. (fjk 97389) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 74 Pair of NKCA club knives, 1992 jigged bone trapper by Sargent Cutlery, USA in presentation box and Hen & Rooster stag handled fixed blade 1990 one of 1500 with sheath. Both mint. (fjk 97390) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 75 Pair of NKCA Youth knives, 1993 Burnt Chimney jigged bone barlow 2 blade, and Queen 1995 jigged bone slim trapper 1-blade. Both MIB (fjk 97391) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 76 Col. Coon stag handled lockback, USA made in Columbia, TN, 1980's. MIB (fjk 97392) Minimum bid $45.00

Lot 77 Col. Coon wood handled lockback, USA made in Columbia, TN 1980's, MIB (fjk 97393) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 78 Col. Coon smooth greenish bone handled lockback, USA made in Columbia, TN 1980's, MIB (fjk 97394) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 79 Pair of fixed blades, Buck and Case. Case is a stag handled made in 1991, one of 1250; and Buck staminawood handled skinner, (fjk 97395) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 80 Three NKCA Youth knives, 1991 peanut gree bone, and jigged bone 1980's, and 1992 Burnt Chimney jigged burnt bone, all MIB. (fjk 97396) Minimum bid $70.00

Lot 81 Three Cutlery Items, two different Col. Coon belt buckles, and Case, First choice of knife collectors coffe mug. (fjk 97397) Minimum bid $15.00

Lot 82 Col. Coon three blade stockman Blue Tick Hound with blue smooth bone handles, 1 of 500 made in 1982, presentation box. Mint. (fjk 97398) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 83 Col. Coon river pearl handled serpentine stockman, fileworked overall, gold etched blade "one of 100" and "1982", Reverse etch on master blade is "Tennessee River". MIB. (fjk 97399) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 84 Col. Coon three blade stockman with jigged red bone handles, "Red Bone Hound" one of 500, 1983 presentation boxed. Mint. (fjk 97400) Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 85 Col. Coon three blade stockman with genuine stag handles, 1984 Mule Day Celebration, 1 of 1000. Presentation boxed. (fjk 97401) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 86 Col. Coon G. E. knife, Green bone Texas Toothpick tang marked, "Old Cut. Lagrange, KY USA". MIB (fjk 97402) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 87 Col. Coon Tenn USA smooth bone Texas Toothpick, MIB (fjk 97403) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 88 Pair of Col. Coon knives, Made in Columbia, TN, jigged bone 4 blade congress and smooth blue bone mini-trapper, all MIB. (fjk 97404) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 89 Pair of Col. Coon knives, wood handled stamina wood 4 blade and 2 blade serpentine, both MIB. (fjk 97405) Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 90 Pair of Col. Coon stag handled knives, four blade stockman and stag handled square bolster muskrat, both MIB. (fjk 97406) Minimum bid $75.00

Lot 91 Two Col. Coon stag handled club knives, 1981 one of 500 square bolster muskrat made for the Golden Circle knife club, and 1 of 125 1981 Chief Paduke 2 blade canoe, both MIB. (fjk 97407) Minimum bid $75.00

Lot 92 Pair of Col. Coon 2 blade barlows, stag handles and smooth bone, both MIB (fjk 97408) Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 93 Pair of smooth bone Col. Coon knives, 4 blade congress green smooth bone, and square bolsters muskrat smooth brown bone, both MIB. (fjk 97409) Minimum bid $70.00

Lot 94 Pair of Col. Coon knives, stamina wood 4-blade congress and staminawood 2 blade barlow, both MIB (fjk 97410) Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 95 Case XX 6205 green bone, stepped down bolsters (not the RAZ model), mint except for a crack at the center rivet on the back side. (sbg 97001) Minimum bid $125.00

Lot 96 Case Tested XX (1920-45) 6247J LP, rough blade handles, both blades marked, vg. (sbg 97002) Minimum bid $85.00

Lot 97 Case XX 52131 canoe stag handles, a knife this old will have a scratch or two, maybe even a tiny speck, but still mint in my book. Not Pristine mint, but mint. (sbg 97003) Minimum bid $125.00

Lot 98 Case XX USA 6333 bone pen knife, mint (sbg 97004) Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 99 Case Lightning S 9 dot 53131 three blade stag canoe, mint. (sbg 97005) Minimum bid $50.00

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