I. WILSON, SHEFFIELD ENGLAND - INDIAN TRADE KNIFE
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Sold Date: 11/28/2007
Channel: Online Auction
Category: Militaria & Weapons
Up for auction is a nice 10" long Indian Trade Knife. This knife has a 4-1/2" wood handle held on by 5 rivets. The wood handle has 1" wide by 5/8" thick. THe blade is 5-3/4" long and it is curved. They call these Skinning Knives back in the day. This is a 19th century knife made by I. Wilson, Sheffield, England that is stamped deep into the blade. Nice and Clear. These knives were traded to Indians for Furs in the 19th Century. This knife should date around 1880 to 1890. A nice knife. This week on e-bay we will be selling an old Ohio Knife Collection that we purchased recently. This old collector had been collecting knives, guns etc.. For over 50 years. He passed away about 3 years ago and the family decided to sell. We will give the name to the high bidder. Good Luck Bidding. Shipping will be free in the USA up until Christmas for our Holiday Special. Bid with Confidence. Insurance is Extra. Happy Holidays, Gilbert.
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