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    Set of Case XX SS USA 7 Dot Second Cut Stag Series 5 Piece Knives in Original Case [1983].

    Great set from 1983 comprising of the 5254 Trapper, Gen Stag Muskrat, 52131 Canoe, 5383 Whittler and 5220 Peanut pocket knives. Stag handles, All blades etched CASE '83 SECOND CUT SERIES. Note: One of two sets offered for sale in this auction.

    Condition: Very good, toning, fine scratches and storage wear throughout knives on blade and handles. Snaps open and shut. Outside of case fine, inside has separations and material under velour line cover crumbling [foam]. Outer cardboard sleeve present as well.


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    Auction Dates
    June, 2020
    7th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 9
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