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    Lot of Three Frontier Knives.
    Comprising: 1.) John Newton & Co. Frontier Knife. 6 1/2-inch blade. Ricasso marked: JOHN / NEWTON & CO. / SHEFFIELD. Oval blade guard. Stag grip panels. 2.) J.A. Henckels Frontier Knife. 6 3/8-inch clipped-point blade marked: J.A. HENCKELS TWIN WORKS / SOLINGEN, GERMANY. Oval blade guard. Stag grip panels. (3) is a 1950s-1960s German bowie knife accompanied by a 1970s-1980s sheath for a Western Cutlery Co. hunting knife

    Condition: Very good. Overall showing normal age, handling wear and patches of pitting. Minor scuffs to grips. Storage wear present to leather.


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2018
    9th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 12
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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