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    35-Bladed Sportsman's Knife, European

    Circa 1900-1940. Measuring 3-3/4" closed, this multi-blade sportsman's knife would have been suitable for use or display. The scales are genuine tortoiseshell with silver inlaid in a foliate design on each side, with four different varieties of toothpicks hidden at the ends. The blades include 13 different varieties of pure cutting blades, plus a wood saw, buttoning tool, buttonhook, a pair of scissors, an ink eraser (2), cigar fork, corkscrew, small corkscrew, screwdriver, utility file, nail file (2), ear spoon, leather punch (large and small), reamer, gimlet, awl, champagne wire cutter, sack needle, and an unusual blade of unknown purpose. Condition:?Excellent. One handle has a crack, one blade has the tip broken and one has a broken nail nick, all else in superb condition.
    From the Ex Jack Royse Collection.

    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    December, 2018
    9th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 10
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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