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KNIPSHIELD BRODZIAK DAVID MOSAIC DAMASCUS ART KNIFE RANDALL KNIVES
RANDALL KNIVES HOLD
Our Price: $465.00
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.
JOE CORDOVA GIL HIBBEN RUFFIN JOHNSON Dagger Knife
JOE CORDOVA PRICE REDUCED
Our Price: $900.00
GIL HIBBEN SOLD
Our Price: $600.00
Vintage Loveless Fighter. 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. RUFFIN JOHNSON Fighting Dagger
DAVID SHAW & C J CAI JOHN NELSON COOPER P M PARRIS
JOHN NELSON COOPER
Our Price: $1,200.00
P M PARRIS PRICE REDUCED
Our Price: $260.00
David Shaw Bowie dagger with C J Cai Engraving. 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.