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    Two great examples of the old west side knives, I'm still on the hunt for a spear point knife for my very small collection. thanks for the pic.

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    Here is a J.D Chevalier Bowie I just bought. I have a 30 day period if I dont like when I recieve it that I can send back.

    From what I can find these are kind rare knives and bring good prices at big auctions.
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    Turns out this knife is a FAKE. I had it examined by a well known knife auction house. Have returned to seller who has agreeded to a full refund,
    Be cauctious when buying from Ebay. Get a 30 day buyback from seller if unsure of what you are buying.
    Last edited by iloco; 08-23-2019 at 08:41 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iloco View Post
    couple more knives. A pearl handle and a spear pointed knife.Attachment 647703Attachment 647705
    The stag-gripped knife is another "Ebro (Maltese Cross)" trade marked "Alfred / Williams / Sheffield / England" on ricasso. One of the earlier knives made during the 1900-1946 period by this maker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lboos View Post
    Is ebay a safe place to buy antique knives, or should you wait for a antique gun show ? new to camp knives.
    With the right dealer at a gun show, you might at least get a good education. With eBay, not so much. But both can be good sources.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrRush View Post
    Some nice knives here. But don't forget period folders.

    Oh yes! The early folding knives are often by the same makers as the Bowies.
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    Chris Pettersen Camp Knife:

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    Quote Originally Posted by victorio1sw View Post
    The stag-gripped knife is another "Ebro (Maltese Cross)" trade marked "Alfred / Williams / Sheffield / England" on ricasso. One of the earlier knives made during the 1900-1946 period by this maker.
    You are loaded with ton of good information. Thanks


 
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