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    Interesting Lot of Miscellaneous Knives Including an English Made Bowie With "Boxcars" and "Snake Eyes" Domino Handle. Includes: 1) Poker & Live made "Gambler's Companion" with a 8" bright blade and handles fitted with "boxcars" and "snake eyes" dominos. The knife is lacking the sheath but is in otherwise very good condition. 2) Long 19th century utility knife with a 17" curved blade and wood handle. Poor condition. 3) Knife made from a socket bayonet blade. Wood handle and brass guard and pommel. Lacking scabbard. Good condition. 4) U.S. Model 1905 bayonet made by Springfield Armory and dated 1919. Lacking a portion of the reverse wood grip, else good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2012
    8th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
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