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    W. Sonneville Hunting Knife owned by Warren Page.
    Stainless steel 8-inch blade with clip point and saw tooth on back. Brown Micarta grip with aluminum pommel and stainless guard. Blade stamped with SONNEVILLE/MOBILE, ALA. Blade etched with Warren Page 1970. Pommel pierced for thong. One piece leather sheath with leather thong lacing at lower edge. Wood protectors in knife slot. Overall length: 13 ¾ inches.
    Condition: Excellent, showing limited use. Sheath shows a half-inch shallow cut at the top.
    Note: In the April 1971 issue of Field & Stream, Warren Page writes: Sonneville recently filled out his hunting designs with a long-bladed stainless-and -micarta "Barracuda", meant specifically for cleaning and filleting big fish, not little ones. The knife is illustrated on page 61 of the article Beautiful Blades.

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    December, 2012
    9th Sunday
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