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    Three Civil War Period Camp Utensils, as follows:
    (1) Fork / Knife set, steel with wooden handles, the latter serving as sheaths and fitting together to an overall 8" when closed. 1" split on knife handle near collar, else very fine condition.
    (2) Unusual silvered white metal combination folding fork, knife and spoon, 5.5" long. A central handle rivet connects the spoon to a three-tine fork with a knife blade along the third tine. Light wear, very fine condition.
    (3) Folding steel fork, knife and brass spoon, 4.75" long with wooden case closed, fork stamped "Army Knife / Union"; knife stamped "F Franz" by maker. Some minimal evidence of use, very fine condition with good surfaces throughout.


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    Auction Dates
    November, 2008
    20th-21st Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
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