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    For Sale KNIVES

    The first one is this shot gun shell knife by Sheffield, It works well. The blade is a little loose, but the snap of the blade is pretty good. It is in very used condition. Measures 10 1/4" long opened. No cracks, chips, and works well. The blade is very sharp. A very rare collectible Sheffield Superior Steel engraved on the blade. 350.00 Will take Paypal, check, money orders. Will be a clearing time for checks. Shipping will be USPS Message me and I will give you my phone number and email. Thanks Bill
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    sorry !


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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff of pa View Post
    sorry !


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    Looks like a bladed tool to me.
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    May 2010
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    It's a Horn-Handled Shotgun Knife. In the shape it's in worth, maybe, $150.00 to a collector.

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    Dec 2012
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    I think you're way over Terry, it is not a Sheffield made knife, it is from India, and I believe the handle scales are wood. The Indians loved (and still do) marking knives with spurious Sheffield markings, even using Joseph Rodgers star and maltese cross trademarks often. Many neophyte collectors mistake them for old English made knives but they just don't have the quality of materials and construction of the older Sheffield knives. This one has a well worn blade that sits high in the frame, and although it is a a switchblade the value remains low in my opinion. Another point is that the Sheffield knives don't use the lever release system which is more often found on German and Italian knives.
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    OK thanks

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    Jeff of Pa. OK thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunsil View Post
    I think you're way over Terry, it is not a Sheffield made knife, it is from India, and I believe the handle scales are wood. The Indians loved (and still do) marking knives with spurious Sheffield markings, even using Joseph Rodgers star and maltese cross trademarks often. Many neophyte collectors mistake them for old English made knives but they just don't have the quality of materials and construction of the older Sheffield knives. This one has a well worn blade that sits high in the frame, and although it is a a switchblade the value remains low in my opinion. Another point is that the Sheffield knives don't use the lever release system which is more often found on German and Italian knives.
    Thank you for the knowledge Gunsil!!!

 

 

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