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    San Francisco Bowie Knife by P.J.Tomes.
    6 1/2-inch semi-clipped point polished steel blade, the ricasso marked: TOMES. Reverse with: MS/USA. Polished steel ferrule. Stag grip panels retained by 5 stainless steel pins. Contained in fine light brown leather scabbard with integral belt loop and maker's mark on reverse.

    P.J.Tomes is in semi-retirement. He began making knives full time in 1976 and joined the Knifemaker's Guild in 1978. P.J. is known for how thin his knives are and for his flat grinds all the way to the edge.

    Condition: Fine to excellent. Blade with scattered fine spotting. Otherwise excellent. Scabbard: Excellent with very fine handling wear.


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    Auction Dates
    June, 2014
    8th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 8
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