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    bought this knife from a pawnshop

    what kind of metal is it made from ?
    is it gold or brass how much can I sell it for ?
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    No clue as to what souvenirs from Turkey are bringing.
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    Brass souvenir knife w/ scabbard - broken tip. Complete sets w/ no damage asking 35 - 65.00 USD on E bay.

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    where and how can I sell it

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    I'd take it to a pawn shop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EQ8 View Post
    I'd take it to a pawn shop.
    Lol

    chub

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    Sorry for your loss

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    Well you tried win some lose some I guess it just depends on how much you paid for it. It does look pretty cool though

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    Quote Originally Posted by A2coins View Post
    Well you tried win some lose some I guess it just depends on how much you paid for it. It does look pretty cool though
    I paid 1.95 for it.....
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    Interesting find!
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    Find the right person and I think you can almost double your money. I would just use it to dig in the dirt while metal detecting. Maybe that's how the blade got broken, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselfool View Post
    Find the right person and I think you can almost double your money. I would just use it to dig in the dirt while metal detecting. Maybe that's how the blade got broken, though.
    If you owned a Nokta or Makro it would be a perfect Turkish combo

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    bought this knife from a pawnshop

    Take a grinder or sander and make a new tip workout that jagged spot and sell
    Without the case Iím sure you could make money on it ... for only paying that much I would prob just keep it
    .... have you looked in the sheath for the broken section ? Could have been placed in there to repair later
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    I would rather see an authentic broken scraper posted than a G-10 Artifake!

 

 

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