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    Damascus San Francisco-Style Dress Bowie Knife by Jon Christensen.
    6 1/2-inch spearpoint damascus blade. Ricasso marked: JPC. Reverse marked: MS. Damascus steel guard and pommel with pierced finial. Textured steel ferrule above mastodon grip panels retained by 4 steel screws. Contained in fine brown leather scabbard with steel stud and fittings.

    Jon Christensen specialized in Industrial Design in college and started knifemaking in 1999. He focused on blade making and became a American Blade Society Master Smith in 2006. He forges his own Damascus blades. He has won numerous awards including 2009 Best of Show.

    Condition: Excellent. Fine example of a master's work.


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2014
    14th Sunday
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