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    Lot of Seven Tourist Trade Grade Knives and Scabbards. Comprising: 1.) Brass Handled Dull Blade Knife with Brass Tipped Scabbard Wrapped in Cloth. Unmarked. 2.) Engraved Argentina Knife with Scabbard. 8-inch blade with elaborately engraved handle and scabbard. 3.) Unmarked Silver-Plated Knife and Scabbard. 7 3/8-inch curved unmarked blade. Red rope style shoulder sling. 4.) Unmarked Knife and Scabbard. Wood handle. 8 1/4-inch curved blade. Decorative brass scabbard. 5.) Decorative Knife and Scabbard. 14 1/2-inch blade with engraved birds and marked: 1821. Silver-plated decorative handle and scabbard. Chain sling. 6.) J. Marttuni Finland knife. 4 1/4-inch blade signed. Leather scabbard with gold eagle logo. 7.) Unmarked Knife and Scabbard. Features 12-inch blade, bird style grip and tooled leather scabbard.
    Condition: All good to very good. Some showing handling wear more than other. All in working order.

    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    December, 2013
    8th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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