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Ermagherd,
10 Mirrimerter!
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Robeson’s are good knives, not rare, but you don’t see them everyday.
Small pen knife with pearl handles.
Blades are tight and still full.

Handles are amazingly crack free.
Tang stamp dates it to 1900-1916 range







 
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The Constable
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Very nice find. Congrats.
 
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Wow that’s awesome, nice score.
 
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Throwin sparks
makin knives
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Very cool find there!!
 
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Beauty. I want some classic folders.


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Very cool. I used to haunt flea markets and would sometimes see treasures. I still kick myself for passing on a Randall that the guy was asking 40 or 45 dollars for at a time when that was more than I really wanted to spend for a model I didn't really like all that much. I already had one Randall that I did like, and had paid, I think, sixty dollars for new, many years before. Of course, it was gone when I went back to the same vendor the next week.
 
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