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Thread: FS/FT: BRAND NEW TI Sabatier Nogent "Tranchelard" Historical Knives

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    FS/FT: BRAND NEW TI Sabatier Nogent "Tranchelard" Historical Knives

    Brand new w/original factory protective coating on the blades. Was going to keep packed away since I already have a duplicate set, but have decided against it. They are fantastic knives--thin and very sharp. 3" paring, 6" slicer/utility and 10" slicer. Real ebony wood handles.

    After tax, shipping and brokerage fees I paid $256. I am asking $220 SHIPPED.

    I will also consider a trade on a 210-240mm gyuto equal in value to my paid price.






    Thanks!

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    id be interested in the paring knife but thats it.

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    Best production paring knife in the game.

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    yeah I need one of those. are you selling it as a whole package or would you think about breaking it apart?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad Gibson View Post
    yeah I need one of those. are you selling it as a whole package or would you think about breaking it apart?
    Sorry, I'm only selling it as a package. I lose out too much on shipping otherwise. I will let you know if that changes though.

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    What's so good about the parer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdm_magic View Post
    What's so good about the parer?
    Once the blades have reached critical temperature they are quenched in elephant blood for maximum cutting ability!
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    The profile and tip shape. It's a very useful blade for in hand work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    The profile and tip shape. It's a very useful blade for in hand work.
    I agree. The full size handle is great!

    I have decided to open up the trade to any knife pattern.

    If you have something interesting, PM me.

    Regards!

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    Now considering trades on non kitchen cutlery.

    PM me if you have something interesting.

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