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    Pair of Randall Hunting Knives in Dual Sullivan Scabbard. Comprising: 1) Model 3-5 Hunter. 5-inch slightly curved blade with serrated thumb rest. Ricasso marked, "RANDALL MADE/ORLANDO,FLA." Brass guard with single quillon. Red, white and blue spacers above black micarta grip with finger grooves. Steel lanyard tube. 2) Model 20 Yukon Skinner. 4 1/2-inch curved blade with serrated thumb rest. Red, white and blue spacers above black micarta grip with finger grooves. Steel lanyard tube. Contained in dual brown leather scabbard with snap closures and sharpening stone. Reverse marked, "3 5/RANDALL MADE/KNIVES/ORLANDO,FLA." and "20/CUSTOM MADE/AT/SULLIVANS/TAMPA,FLA./BY GUTCHER." Sold together with original brown leather Randall scabbards each marked to their respective knives.
    Condition: All Excellent.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2011
    18th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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