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These are 1/3 scale miniature drop point Bowie knife blades for the "Do it yourself" knife maker.  One is stainless steel, the other is Damascus steel.  The blades are 4 9/16" long overall including the tang.  Actual blade length is 2 15/16".  The blades are nicely made, very sharpe, and pretty much finished except for installing a guard and handle.  Made in Japan about 15 - 20 years ago.  I have a nice qunatity of each in stock, so buy several & I can offer you a discount!

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Stainless Steel Price:  $25.00

Damascus Steel Price:  $35.00

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One of the finest miniature folding knives known in the world!  Made by Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield, England, about 1820 - 1850, possibly for the 1851 Crystal Palace Exhibition in London.  This is an extrodinary exhibitition knife, that would have been made by Joseph Rodgers most senior master cutler, and he may have spent well more than a year on the project.  It features 40 blades, 18 karat gold bolsters & liners, 7 of the blades are marked Rodgers, including the gold plated knife and gold plated fork fruit blades.  Other blades include a hack saw, a wood saw, 3 corkscrews of different sizes, several phleeners or blood letting blades, a button hook., a sewing awl, and several lances for lancing boils.  The two back covers also double as toods for cleaning horse hooves.   Measures .956" when closed.  In addition, there is a flat blade screwdriver on the bolster end in the middle of the frame that is usable when all the blades are closed.  The scales or handles are Manilla gold lipped mother of pearl, a pearl shell that is now extint, or nearly so.  The pearl scales are beautifully carved, and are in perfect mint condition with no chips, a true rarity as these are nearly always chipped or cracked.  The overall knife is in beautiful outstanding condition considering it's age, and has obviously been well regarded and lovingly taken care of.  Look at all the photos, it is worth your time I promise!  I am open to serious five figure offers.

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This is a miniature fixed blade Damascus blade knife by master knife maker Mike Mercer.  1 23/32" long overall with a 1" Damascus blade.  German silver guard, bands, and pommel.  The handle looks to be rosewood.  The left side of the blade near the guard is marked "Mercer" in script.  Includes the original Mercer black open top scabbard and a cheap walnut hinged top casing with hinged closure.  The interior is foam lined, not fitted, and lined in a red velour.  Extremely well made with beautiful workmanship and outstanding Damascus.  The rosewood handle with a nicly figured stripe pattern.  Mint condition.

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Price:  $600.00

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A miniature Damascus blade knife by Lee Ferguson, with titanium guard & pommel, and a beautiful natural opal handle.  The opal with really fiery reds, blues, & greens which are near impossible to capture in photos!  3 11/16" long overall, 2 3/16" blade.  The Damascus is gorgeous with a beautiful pattern.  The base of the blade near the crossguard marked with the makers mark which is an intertwined LF.  Mint new!  Comes with a proper sized padded zipper pouch.

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Price:  $750.00

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This is a 1/2 scale World War I and World War II 1903 Springfield bolt action rifle bayonet with scabbard made by Jerry Missimer of Pennsylvania.  The bayonet is  8 3/16" long overall with a 6 3/8" blue steel blade.  Blued steel crossguard and pommel.  The two piece handles are straight grained walnut and held in place by a screw entering from the right side into a flush rivet, finished in the white, on the other side.  The release button is finely checkered.  This blade is not marked by Jerry, though they typically are.  The scabbard is made of fiberglass just like the originals, and is painted olive drab green.  These were made by Jerry to specifically fit the 1/2 scale 1903 A3 and 1903 M Springfield rifles made by Miniart in Russia.  Only 2 available.

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 Price:  $250.00

 
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This is a 1/2 scale World War I and World War II 1903 Springfield bolt action rifle bayonet made by Jerry Missimer of Pennsylvania.  8 3/16" long overall with a 6 3/8" blue steel blade.  Blued steel crossguard and pommel.  The two piece handles are straight grained walnut and held in place by a screw entering from the right side.  There is a flush rivet, finished in the white, on the other side that the screw screws into.  The release button is finely checkered.  The blade marked on the right side near the crossguard JM in script (the photo showing this is upside down).  These wear made by Jerry to specifically fit the 1/2 scale 1903 A3 and 1903 M Springfield rifles made by Miniart in Russia.  Only 1 available.

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 Price:  $150.00

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This is a 1/2 scale World War II brown German SA dagger complete with leather hanger, portapee, and tool.  7 1/4" long overall in the scabbard.  The dagger itself measures 6 11/16" long with a 4 3/16" double edged carbon steel blade.   Very high quality.

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Price:  $135.00

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!!!!!  I have now learned how to tie the portapee or sword knot onto the handle of the dagger, as shown in the photo, and will do so at no charge upon request  !!!!!

This is a 1/2 scale World War II German SS dagger complete with chained hanger, portapee, and tool.  7 1/4" long overall in the scabbard.  The dagger itself measures 6 11/16" long with a 4 3/16" double edged carbon steel blade.   Very high quality. 

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Price:  $150.00

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This is a 1/2 scale Searle's Bowie knife by an unknown maker.  9" long overall with a 5 11/16" blade.  The top rear of the blade marked "L.D.B. 4".  Beautiful checkered ebony handle with silver pins inlaid into each diamond, and an oval nickel silver escutcheon inlaid into both sides.  Nickel silver guard, and fittings.  There is a small dent in the back edge of the pommel where someone had dropped it, and some minor corrosion where the back of the guard meets the handle fitting.  Nickel silver and black leather scabbard with hanging ring.  A beautiful and well made knife obviously made by a master cutler.

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DP-2, Price:  $1,250.00

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!!!!!BACK IN STOCK!!!!!

This is a neat miniature fixed blade knife made from a penny by C.W. Shoemaker.  Pennies today are made from copper plated zinc, so when the kinife shape is cut out and the blade profiled, the copper is removed revealing the white zinc blade.  The guard shows the original copper plate.  The bone grips are held in place with two tiny copper pins.  The blade hand engraved C.W. Shoemaker on the left side.  These are all hand made and no two are exactly alike.  Stock photos, yours may look slightly different.  Comes in a protective lift top plastic capsule.

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Price:  $50.00

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This is a 1/3 scale miniature Bowie knife made by master cutler Roger M. Green of Texas.  5 3/32" long overall with a 3" drop point full tang blade.  The blade marked on the left side near the guard "R.M. GREEN".  Bone scales held in place with four nickel silver pins.  There is an oval nickel silver escutcheon inlaid into both scales.  Black leather scabbard with a seam on the left side and nickel silver throat and tip.  A beautiful miniature Bowie.  Mint as new condition.

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Stock # DP-3, Price:  $850.00

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This is a 1/3 scale Elgin cutlass pistol by an unknown maker.  4 9/16" long overall with a 1 1/8" barrel of .124 caliber, and a blade of 2 13/16".  Finished in the white.  One piece walnut grip.  Functional action. 

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Price:  $300.00

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This ia a 1/2 scale Remington R1303 single blade bullet knife made by master miniature maker Jerry Missimer.   3 1/16" long overall open, 2 3/4" long overall closed.  The handles are jigged bone that looks like stag or horn.  Nickel silver bolsters and liners.  Nickel silver bullet inlay in the left scale.  The butt of the knife with a lanyard hole.  Great quality materials and workmanship!

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Price:  $150.00

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This is a neat 1/3 scale Belgian combination knife and pinfire revolver.  4 1/8" long overall with a 1 5/16" barrel and a 2 1/2" knife blade.  The finish is nickel plated with the exception of the cylinder, ejector rod, and screws which are blued, and the hammer & trigger which are case hardened.  Brass bead front sight.  Gorgeous two piece mother of pearl grips.  Marked with the number 5 on the bottom of the barrel lug just behind the knife blade.  The revolver is double action and has a folding trigger.  Cased in the original Kucer silver and rosewood hinged top casing with push button latch.  The interior bottom French fit with a burgundy lining.  The lid interior padded and lined with a white silk with the Kucer logo.  Great condition with just a little nickel flaking at the tip of the blade on the left side and some oil staining to the white silk lid lining.

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Price:  $4,500.00

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 This is a fantastic 1/3 scale Marbles safety knife by master miniature knifemaker Mr. Sakauchi of Japan. 1 13/16" long closed, 2 13/16" long open. All hand made with first rate quality. This is a folding pocket knife that converts into a Bowie type fixed blade scabbard knife complete with a crossguard. When you open the blade, then fold in the safety, the blade is locked and cannot fold up on you in use. When closed, the safety guard covers the tip and front edge of the blade so you do not cut yourself or your pocket. An ingenius design and marketed by Marbles for many years. This knife won best miniature knife at the 2008 Japanese Knifemakers Guild Show in Japan and also won best miniature knife at the 2008 Blade Show in Atlanta.   

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 Price:  $500.00, Last one!!!

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This ia a 1/2 scale Remington R1308 single blade bullet knife made by master miniature maker Jerry Missimer.   3 1/16" long overall open, 2 3/4" long overall closed.  The handles are ebony.  Nickel silver bolsters and liners.  Nickel silver bullet inlay in the left scale.  The butt of the knife with a lanyard hole.  Great quality materials and workmanship!

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Price:  $150.00