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    Lock Back Folder by Joe Kious. 3-inch drop point blade, ricasso marked: KIOUS. Long, German silver bolsters. Fine stag grip panels retained by 3 stainless steel pins. Rear bolster pierced for lanyard.

    Joe Kious is known for exotic, lock back folders. "My passion is for folding knives, simply because they actually get carried, and consider ornate folding knives necessary jewelry for every gentleman's pocket, and indeed for every lady's purse..."

    Condition: Fine. Blade with near perfect edge showing light handling wear. Bolsters with age wear and patina. Grips: Excellent.


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    Auction Dates
    June, 2014
    8th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 10
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