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    Fire sale

    Alright, guys
    I am going to be out of commission for a few weeks and unfortunately need to get rid of a bunch of stuff that I actually just received recently and hadn't even used yet. Some of it is brand new in the box and some of it is a hundred years old. I also have two T/C blades.
    I got to pay some medical bills, so here goes. The first is an EDC made by Chris DeWet of South Africa. It is made of 12C27 and hippo tusk.
    It is 8in overall and a blade length of 4.5 inches I paid $200 looking for $175 free shipping conus
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    its gorgeous i like the hammer finish on one side and smooth as a baby's butt on the other

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    disregard first pic. The second one up is a 240mm Sakon nickel damascus sanmai gyuto and the third is a 210mm. I know some of the members here do not have a high opinion of this knife but, from what I have read most of them have the older fatter clunkier version. This new version is not a laser but, it cuts way better than the old version and is thinner behind the edge and fit and finish is impeccable. It is a beautiful knife. The nickle damascus is gorgeous and It is rumored that the blade is made out of SKD11. The handle is made of Rosewood.
    240mm $275 conus shipping included
    210mm $225 conus shipping included
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    The next one is a vintage 1950s carbon steel bull nose , it has a 10in x 1 3/8 in wide blade with 3 brass rivets.
    $25 + 5 conus shipping
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    pm sent on the bull nose
    once in a while you get shown the light, in the strangest of places if you look at it right

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    Nice man. The second knife looks bomb. I wouldnt have a use for the first. Good luck with the sale!
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    This one is a circa 1950's early 60's rare American made chrome plated 11 1/2in x 2 1/4 in chef knife with beautiful rosewood handles.
    $65 plus conus shipping
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    THe next one is a project knife, it has no markings, it is pitted and chipped at the tip. It is about 80 to a 100 years old. THe handle has termite damage. I want to say it was probably walnut. The blade is surprisingly stiff for its length, it still sings when flicked. It is old school carbon steel. this will make one hell of a knife when it is cleaned up. The blade is just under 14in x 2 1/4 in and the overall length is 19in long
    $50 plus $5 shipping conus
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    This one is a russel green river works 1950's or early 60"s 14 in x 2 1/4 carbon steel chef knife. It has some surface pitting but the blade is smooth so. it will come off. There is no active rust on any of my knives. Triple steel rivets possibly beechwood handles. It needs some tlc but, really is in great shape. This size is rare.
    $75 +$5 conus shipping
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    bullnose and 240mm sakon sold . thanks, kkf!
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