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    Fine Folding Bowie Knife by Joseph Rodgers & Sons, No. 6 Norfolk St., Sheffield. Having an 8-inch, polished steel folding clip-point blade, the left side marked: Joseph Rodgers & Sons/Cutlerers to Their Majaesties/No.6 Norfolk St., Sheffield. Two-piece folding German silver crossguard. Oval push button blade release. Checkered black composition grip scales. Lockback feature. Contained in original brown leather scabbard with integral belt loop.
    Condition: Knife is excellent with light handling and storage wear overall. Scabbard showing wear to belt loop and minor scuffs overall. Loop appears to be restitched.


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2012
    9th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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