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Dalton, GA
NW GA Trade Center
March 13, 14 2015

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A world auction record for this Case knife was set at $14,300.00 for the Case Tested 6488lp Green bone at our Pigeon Forge Auction.

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Other Auctions
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The Western collection of former Western Sales Manager Mr. Jay Carney (during the Colorado days)

Case knives and related items from the personal collection of a Case salesman in the 60's

Remington knives from the personal collection of Mr. Frank Buster, founder of Fight'n Rooster Knives

A collection of swords including War of 1812 era eagle head pommel swords.

A large group of knifemaking handle material, including pink ivory wood, and a log section of ironwood. Knifemakers--don't mist this.

Please stop by to see us at the Knife Roadshow in Dalton, GA at our booth at The Blade Show!

Where you can meet us to consign knives, preview upcoming auctions, or just talk knives!


If you have handmade knives by W. R. Moran, R. W. Loveless, Jim Schmidt, Tony Bose, Michael Walker, Ron Lake or Rick Hinderer, contact us about qualifying for our no-commission consigning.



Auction to end Feb. 19, 2015

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AUCTION 80 Ended Dec. 16, 2014.



Auction 79 Ended Dec 2, 2014

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In November the Voyles family said goodbye to our patriarch, my Dad, Euclid Voyles. He fell, broke his hip, and passed away after several days of hospice care. We were close by throughout the ordeal, followed by days of family coming in and the subsquent funeral arrangements. That is why we are behind.Euclid Voyles was the best man at my wedding--and the best man throughout my life.
There's a photo here of a very young Mom and Dad with me on his shoulders. He carried me on his shoulders throughout his life in one way or another.He was a 32nd Degree Mason, active in his church, a veteran of the South Pacific in WWII with much of his time spent on CV11-USS Intrepid, which he revisited in 2006 in New York harbor. His occupation was a Journeyman Pipefitter as a member of UA Local 43 in Chattanooga. He was a volunteer fireman, and an EMT which he undertook after his pipefitter retirement. He also ran a country grocery, owned rental property on which he did all the maintenance, and loved his wife and family--and we all knew of that love very well.He was a man of mirth and humor, held a curiosity about everything and sometimes a mischievous personality. If he was around it would not be a boring day. He accompanied me to many knife shows, and assisted us in managing the Blade Show for 13 years.
His purchase of a few knives sparked my interest in the subject.During all this ordeal I kept hearing in my mind the Randy Newman song, "Texas Girl at the Father of her Funeral" by Linda Ronstadt. The lines that stuck out were, "Sing a sad song, about a Good Man, a sad song for me, a sad song about a sailor, a thousand miles from the sea." This Good Man leaves behind two children, five grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and an empty spot in our lives.
My daughter had a statement under a photo she posted on facebook of her jitterbugging with my Dad at her wedding. "Today my Papa is dancing with my Grandmother in Heaven." Dance on Dad, and Anchors Aweigh Petty Officer Voyles. Euclid R. Voyles 1925-2014.


Auction 78 is closed. Thanks for your bids!

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Flash Auction ended Sept. 23

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The Fabulous Emberton Auction has now closed.

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Part II (Auction 76) has closed. Thanks to those of you who bid.

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The NKCA Jerry Bodner Memorial Auction.

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Auction 75

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National Knife Museum.

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The National Knife Museum closed with the bulk of the knives distibuted among seven different 501c3 museums, including the 3 museums of the National Rifle Association, the Berman World History Museum, the Janney Furnace Museum, The American Museum of Cutlery in Cattaraugus, NY, and TheWarwarsing Historical Society & Knife Museum in Napanoch, NY.
However, prior to the closing J. Bruce Voyles, Auctioneers was asked by the National Knife Museum to select an assortment of knives for deassessment in order to cover the final expenses and continue to fund the historial book collection that will be housed at the Janney Funace Museum. This allowed the knife community to have one final chance to own a knife that was in the National Knife Museum



Prices realized for Auction 73 Part 1 of the Emberton collection!