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    Lot of Two Folding Bowie Knives. Comprising: 1) Having an unmarked 8-inch clip-point blade. Two-piece folding brass crossguard. Brass bolsters and push-button blade release. Varnished walnut grip scales, held in place by four rivets. Contained in a black leather scabbard with integral belt loop. 2) Having a 7 3/4-inch clip-point blade, the left side marked: Schmelzer. Checkered black composition grips with German silver oval push-button blade release. Lockback feature. Contained in original form-fitted brown leather scabbard.
    Condition: 1) Good. Blade showing wear and scratches. Hilt with wear and age patina. Scabbard excellent. 2) Very good. Blade with light wear and scratches. Grip with minor wear and scratches. Mechanically sound. Scabbard with light wear and scuffs.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2012
    9th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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