Home > Knives By Maker > TAHAR
Sort By:
Page of 1
Our Price: $300.00
Our Price: $450.00
Our Price: $516.00
Awesome Integral Damascus Hunting Knife by Raza Tahar of Maryland. The random pattern Damascus blade measures 3,25" and is razor sharp. The handle scales are deep rich buffalo horn accented with handmade mosaic pins and lanyard hole. OAL: 9". This knife is made of one solid piece of steel making it extremely sturdy. Raza does all his own work in house and his Damascus is fantastic. This knife has never been used and is in mint condition with original leather sheath and zipper pouch with logo. Very nice package at about have the price of what it should bring. Damascus Bowie Knife hand forged by Tahar Raza of Maryland. Tahar is an up and coming maker you should keep your eye on. The 9" ladder pattern Damascus blade is flat ground with fancy file work. The fancy double guard and pommel are both file worked and look great. The buffalo horn handle has a unique contour and fells great in the hand. OAL: 14.5". The knife is in mint condition and comes with a leather sheath and logo zipper pouch. This knife comes from the John Francis collection.
Edmund Davidson 4 1/2" heavy duty drop point made from 1/4" stock. The blade has a satin finish and is razor sharp. The handle scales are brown micarta with Colby fasteners and s.s. lanyard hole. OAL: 9 1/2". This knife is dated 12-4-90 on the bottom tang. Never been used mint condition with black sheath which is not original to the knife but fits well. Fantastic craftsmanship perfect fit and finish from a real pro.
Our Price: $750.00
Early Vintage Fighting Knife by Texas Hall of Fame maker the late Ruffin Johnson. The 7" 440-c blade is partial double edge top not sharp and has a bright mirror polish finish. The handle is beautiful Olive wood accented with brass double lugged guard and butt plus name plate. OAL:  11.5". This is a very early Ruffin made before he used the wolf head on the butt cap. He also used the Johnson Sheath company with made sheath only for Randall Knives. The knife has never been used and is in mint condition. There is a small inclusion in the steel blade near Ruffin's name and is quite common on Ruffin's knives and will not harm the value. Rare find a Ruffin made very few knives using the Johnson sheath company.