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Handcrafted in the USA, the wild boar hunting sword is constructed of German steel with an elk handle. 32" overall with a 22" blade and a leather scabbard.
Amazingly crafted knife by Missoula, Montana's Richard/Rick M. Wheeler. Decorative wood handle with sea snail, coral, lapis, and white and black mother of pearl. Unused and in perfect shape. original padded case is included. 11 1/2" in total length, with a 7" blade. Stock number HBK33.
. The DAGGER style blade is 8.25 inches OVERALL with 4 inch DAGGER BLADE endorsed on support side by the blade producer, and on "Rare IVORY" handle by the scrimshander. The reinforce highlights a profound help scroll etching on one side , with a wonderful female face on the opposite side of support. All scrimshaw on Ben Shostle engraved things are finished by his little girl Benita Bonshire, very skilled, educated craftsman, as found in this flawlessly scrimmed naked. NO SHEATH. Included is a Ben Shostle Arms Engraver flyer, which contains photos of Ben's etchings, scrimshaws, by his little girl, and data about the craftsmen. This blade has Never been utilized or conveyed. Should be 18 years of age to purchase this blade..
Sword from the 1832 Foot Artillery, unmarked. The 19" blade is in excellent shape, with only a few spots of very little pitting. The solid brass handle is very well made and exhibits an attractive, even patina. The scabbard, which is unusual for this kind of sword, is likewise in excellent shape. Excellent leather with usual age cracks. The brass tip is in significantly better shape than normal, except from a few minor dings or dents. As previously indicated, there are no markings on the blade, hilt, handle, or scabbard.
overall length 21", blade length 14", handle 5 1/2 x 3/4 to 1", and a skull crusher etched on the handle's top. knife guard has engraving on all four sides and on both sides. has a fluted handle. has a grainy appearance throughout. I also have two books with information about Ben.
4 1/2 "clip-point blade made of damascus steel fresh older stock very less manufacturing compared to four years ago most likely produced in the Caucasus mountains of Russia over 1/8 "blade with a thick full tang bolster with two pins Horn and bone handle individual leather sheath
Circa 1810-1850 13" "the blade's carved Bog Oak hilt Totally embellished in intricately etched sterling silver Knife and fork, each measuring about 5 3/4, are on the front of the sheath "length Frog has leather in fantastic condition and sterling silver accents. The overall condition is excellent, and the portrayal of this uncommon blade is fantastic. Originally, the blade was held down in the "ice pick" grip to maximize the type of blade's effectiveness.
Mother Earth-Father Sky edition of the double-bladed Jack knife by David Yellowhorse. 6 1/2" 2 3/4" Blade. 331 is the original bespoke box's serial number. very good condition
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