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    Lot of Two Hubertus Folding Bowie Knives. Comprising: 1) Having a 7 3/4-inch folding clip-point blade, the ricasso marked: [ship's wheel]/Hubertus/Solingen. Two-piece alminumum crossguard. German silver bolsters with a push-lever blade release. Stag grip scales held in place by six steel rivets. Contained in original russet leather scabbard with snap-loop retainer and integral belt loop. 2) Having an unmarked 7 3/4-inch folding clip-point blade. German silver bolsters and push-lever blade release. Stag grip scales. Leather blade tip sheath with banded throat.
    Condition: Both are good to very good, the blades showing wear and sharpening. Hilts with mellow age wear and patina. Scabbards with wear and scuffs to leather.


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2012
    9th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 0
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