FRONTIER DOUBLE EAGLE 4815 U - 8 inch Knife - Camillus

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  • Item Category: Sports
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: May 28, 2008
  • Channel: Auction House

The Double Eagle features a beefy 4 inch blade of 440A Stainless Steel. The total open length is 8 5/8âe. This 6âe closed length Lock-back was very heavily constructed of solid Brass, Dark Rosewood and Stainless Steel.

It was produced by CAMILLUS for the IMPERIAL KNIFE COMPANY under the name FRONTIER DOUBLE EAGLE model 4815 U as their expensive, high-end Hunting Knife.

The blade is etched âe"


And stamped âe"


The other side of the blade is stamped âe"

4815 U



U. S. A.

The knife itself is in great condition with only minor rubbing lines on one side of the blade that can easily be buffed out. The other side of the blade is almost like new. The lock-back mechanism works perfectly, opening easily and locking securely. The blade has absolutely no side play. The bolsters, pins and the liners are solid brass. The hardwood appears to be dark rosewood.

It comes with the Original Leather Belt Case. It will take a 2-inch belt for wearing outdoors. The case is still in very solid condition, but t is a bit of brown color worn off bottom front. The stitching is perfect.

It was inherited and never used by me and has been carefully stored away for years.

Please look carefully at the accompanying photo to see if this knife belongs in your collection.

PLEASE SEE THE OTHER UNIQUE KNIVES LISTED TONIGHT. âe" Case XX P BAR (rare) and CASE XX 200-4, Wilkinson Sword set, Western Super Fillet, etc.

I will be happy to combine shipping.

Also, some harder to find outdoor lore, camping and outdoor cooking books will be listed soon that were also inherited. So keep Jacksfinds on your list for a while, if interested.


PAYPAL, Money Orders and Cashiers Checks are all accepted. I promptly ship upon receipt of your payment.

100% money back guarantee, but buyer must return the item in the same condition it was shipped.

Thanks, Jack