Cutwell USA Stag Whittler Knife Germany 1995 Etched NR

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  • Item Category: Militaria & Weapons
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Aug 07,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction
Hi I'm James Parker and I am offering some fine mint knives for auction just acquired in a big group of knives. Personal checks, money orders, and Pay Pal gladly accepted. TN residents pay 9.25% state sales tax. Winning bidder pays $5.75 for USPS Priority Mail Shipping with Insurance and Delivery Confirmation included in the Shipping price. Thanks.

This knife for auction is a fantastic Cutwell U.S.A. Genuine Stag Whittler pattern, produced in Solingen Germany in 1995. This knife is tang stamped on the master Spear blade with Cutwell U.S.A. and reverse frosted etched with "Cut Well" and the 3 fixed blades logo. This knife was produced in a quantity of only 60 pieces and is one super scarce knife to find. This knife is 4 1/2" closed and has the pinned on Crest style shield. Please see the Supersize Photos for the fantastic Genuine Stag scales.

The Cutwell U.S.A. Knife Company cutlery name is one of the Family Tree of Cutlery Trademarks, once owned by my father, the late Jim Parker.

We haven't had any of these Cutwell U.S.A. Genuine Stag Whittlers in at least 5 years and I was lucky enough to find some a few weeks back while out buying knives, as this knife is Tough to come by now. We originally listed these for $129.99 when issued, and wholesaled these between $60.00-$70.00 in 1995, and we are offering this knife up in one of our True No Reserve auctions, letting the bidding begin at 99 Cents.

Additionally, the winning bidder will receive one of the Case Family Classics Catalog which is in color and is around 15 years old. This is a great reference catalog for knives produced back in the early 1990's by Jim Parker. See the photograph of this catalog, which is 24 pages in full color.

This 1995 Solingen Germany produced Cutwell U.S.A. Genuine Stag Whittler is in mint condition (I will provide a box to the winning bidder for safe storage) along with the free Case Family Classics catalog and being offered at No Reserve. Thanks for your bids, we appreciate it.

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