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    Lot of Four Various U.S. Military Survival Knifes, Machete and 1909 Bolo Knife. Includes: 1) Model 1909 bolo knife manufactured by Plumb and dated 1917. Some scattered pitting on the obverse side of the blade, otherwise in excellent condition. 2) Camillus Army Air Force Folding Survival Machete. Very good condition. 3) WWII U.S. machete manufactured by True Temper and dated 1945. Blade sharpened, complete with OD canvas scabbard. Good condition. 4) Woodman's Pal LC-14-B made by Victor Tool Company, Reading, Pennsylvania. The knife is complete with OD green web scabbard which contains three instruction booklets and sharpening stone. Very good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2012
    8th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 8
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