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    Can someone post a pic of the knife and saya? I can't see them and don't feel like registering for an auction I'm never going to bid on...

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    Here is the shot with the saya:



    Description from the post:

    The Handle & Sheath

    The handle and sheath were cut from the same board of Rosewood from Central America. Cocobolo has been an industry standard for over 200 years in high-end cutlery, and is Bob's first choice of wood because it is very hard, naturally high in oils, and has an interwoven grain, giving it strength and stability. The capture pin for the sheath is made of mammoth ivory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UglyJoe View Post
    Can someone post a pic of the knife and saya? I can't see them and don't feel like registering for an auction I'm never going to bid on...
    Oh, bid on it, you might get lucky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by so_sleepy View Post
    Here is the shot with the saya:



    Description from the post:

    The Handle & Sheath

    The handle and sheath were cut from the same board of Rosewood from Central America. Cocobolo has been an industry standard for over 200 years in high-end cutlery, and is Bob's first choice of wood because it is very hard, naturally high in oils, and has an interwoven grain, giving it strength and stability. The capture pin for the sheath is made of mammoth ivory.
    Looks good.


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    I don't like it.

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    Any change in bidding price?

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    At 9:15pm EDT, $13,700.

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    OH MY GOD!

    (interpret it as you wish)

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    Quote Originally Posted by oivind_dahle View Post
    OH MY GOD!

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    I assume by that statement it is over or close to 20k, plese do tell...

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    Five hours to go, still at $13,700.

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