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    Flint-Knapped Utility Knife by Bill Cheatham.
    4 1/4-inch drop point knapped blade marked: CHEATHAM / PHOENIX, AZ. Brass guard with single quillon. Left side of guard marked; 124. Stag grip. Flat brass pommel. Contained in fine, tooled brown leather scabbard which is scalloped to mimic the treatment of the blade. Front strap/snap closure. Reverse is maker-marked: CHEATHAM.

    Bill Cheatham is a talented custom knife maker from Laveen, Arizona and has a distinct personal stylized way of finishing his blades which resemble flint knapped stone knives. He started knife making in 1976. He specializes in working straight knives and folders.


    Condition: Fine to excellent with light handling wear to grip.


    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    June, 2014
    8th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 13
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