The handle is stabilized jigged camel bone accented with beautiful engraving by Mike Yazeg.
Blade: 4.5" Mosaic Damascus Handle: Sambar Stag Fittings: blued Sheath: She Oak Scabbard OAL: 9.5.
Non Catalog Randall Fireman Special Mint. The 4" X 1/4" thick blade is stainless steel with heavy beveled edge and thumb notch. The handle is dark green micarta accented with a brass guard and thong hole. OAL: 8 5/8". This beauty has never been used and is in mint condition with original Randall sheath.
Awesome Elmer Keith skinning knife handmade by the master Gil Hibben. The 5" s.s. blade was ground from 1/4" stock with thumb notches and a mirror polish finish. The handle is a gorgeous maple burl very pretty pattern with ivory micarta inlay. Brass fittings with black, red and brass spacers. OAL: 10". This knife has never been used and is in near mint condition with just a few handling marks. Hand tooled leather sheath is original to the knife. Gil's signature is on the knife and sheath.
Rare one of a kind special order fighter by John Nelson Cooper from the Cardinal Collection. This beautiful fighter has a 7.75" blade ground from 3/16" stock. The handle is dark brown micarta accented with brass and black spacers and a light brown spacer in the middle. With the use of stacked spacers and small black spacers it give the handle that stacked leather look very cool. The knife has a brass double gaurd and unusual vented crown butt cap. OAL: 12 5/8". This knife has never been used and is near mint with only a few light carbon spots. The logo has been double stamped and I have seen a few this way. John would use a hammer to hit the stamp and sometimes he would miss or be off which would result in a very weak stamp so he would hit it again. Very unique vented crown butt cap makes this one a very collectible one of a kind. The knife comes with a premium zipper pouch no sheath. The Cooper in the eagle logo dates this knife between 1968 and 1978.
Birds Beak Drop Point Hunting Knife by P.M. Parris of Birmingham Alabama.