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    Custom California Style Dress Knife by R.M. Green with Scabbard. 5-inch clipped point blade marked on ricasso R.M. GREEN and 4 opposite. Mother of Pearl grip bordered by a curved fitted metal in satin finish. Oval steel crossguard. Contained in steel scabbard with finial tip and belt hook in a satin finish. Overall length: 9 1/4-inches. Note: R.M. Green is a native Texan. He is a full time knifemaker who specializes in Bowie knife designs from the 19th century. According to his website, he spends approximately 80 hours on each knife, not counting the design phase.
    Condition: Excellent. Shows little handling. Scabbard in very good to excellent condition.


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    Auction Dates
    June, 2014
    8th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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