Cool little knife measures 2″ closed with original bail. Handles are in nice shape, blade has some patina but in nice shape as well. Hollow shell bolster construction. Quarter used for scale only. Very nice!
Made in Gladstone, MI c. 1905-1910. This knife has the original tube sheath with aluminum tip protector inside. Blade measures 5 7/8" while the knife measures 10 3/8" overall. Knife is very tight and solid. Blade has some slight pitting but looks nice overall. Sheath has past owner's name and the belt loop is detached from rivet. Still a very solid old tube sheath and great old knife!
George Wostenholm IXL Sheffield England budding / grafting knife with beautiful ivory handles, excellent grain. Blade has some pitting, no snap and reverse handle has a hairline at center pin. Measures about 3" closed. Great looking knife overall.
Blade stamped on both sides. Jigged bone handles in great shape! Original leather sheath has some loss but the most important parts are there. Has been personalized by a former owner. Knife measures 7 1/4" total. Great looking knife!!!
Made in the year 2000, this knife has never been used, re-sharpened or carried. It is 3 1/2 inches long closed. The blade material is Tru-Sharp Surgical Stainless Steel. The handle is jigged Pocket Worn Old Red Bone with an Oval Nickel Silver Script Inlay shield. The bolsters are highly polished Nickel Silver.