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    British Folding Bowie Knife by S.W. Silver & Co., Cornhill. Having a 7 1/2-inch folding clip-point blade, the left side marked: Explorer's Knife. Ricasso marked: S.W.Silver & Co./66 & 67 Cornhill. Two-piece folding straight crossguard of German silver. Steel bolsters. Checkered horn or composition grip scales held by five rivets. Spine with lockback blade release. Oval German silver push-button blade release. Contained in original form-fitted brown leather scabbard with integral belt loop.
    Condition: Good. Blade showing wear, light pitting, spotting and sharpening. Hilt with light handling wear. Scabbard with wear and scuffs, belt loop replaced. Hinge tight.


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    December, 2012
    9th Sunday
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