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Randall Model 2 • Fighting Stiletto • 8"


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you got it for 20?
 
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A Randall for $20??? You stole that


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The handle looks ivory. I like it.


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Arkansas tooth pick $475. Excellent pick up.
 
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Randall Model 18 • Attack Survival • 7.5"


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The "$20" value of the Randalls might be what the $20 coin in the photo(s) is worth today.

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That 1906-S gold double eagle is worth about $2,000.

The Randalls, while nice knives, are not. Wink (Even both of them put together would only be around half that.)
 
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Both the Randalls and the gold coin are borrowed for some photo shoots. I don't spend that kind of $$ for stuff that I won't use.
They make good models though.



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Randall Model 12 13” blade Thorpe Bowie - tool steel


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I never saw one for $20, but I did see one for $40 at a flea market in North Carolina around 1986. I don't remember which model exactly, but it was about a five-inch blade hunter. I already had a Model 11 Alaskan Skinner that I think I paid $60 for in about 1970, and this wasn't a model I particularly liked, but it was a Randall. It seemed kind of expensive to me at the time (I was strapped for cash), so I took a hard pass on it. Thought better of my decision a little later, and went looking for it the next week from that dealer. Of course it was gone. One of the biggest shopping/buying regrets of my life. Oh, well. But I still have my Model 11. It's a treasure to me even though I never use it (not that I wouldn't, but I have plenty of other knives and don't really need to use it). I just love owning it.
 
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