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    Made For Manton & Co. Calcutta.

    Bowie Knife by Joseph Rodgers & Sons.

    Approximately 13-inches overall. Having a 7 1/2-inch spearpoint blade, the ricasso marked: JOSEPH RODGERS & SONS / CUTLERS TO THEIR MAJESTIES / NO. 6 NORFOLK STREET / SHEFFIELD. Also marked on the same side but on blade, MADE FOR / MANTON & CO. / CALCUTTA. One-piece nickel-silver guard, grip frame and pommel. Checkered hardwood grip panels retained by 4 steel pins and 5 steel pins respectively. Vacant rectangular escutcheon present. Contained in brown leather scabbard with integral belt loop.

    Condition: Good to very good. Blade mostly a smooth gray patina with scattered scratches and fine pitting. Guard with nicks and scuffs. Grip showing light soiling. Scabbard fine with light age wear.

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    June, 2020
    7th Sunday
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