Remember the Alamo" Commerative Bowie Knife by Case

Remember the Alamo


Purchased at $600.... This is a great buy!

This Bowie knife comes in a prestigious locking wood case from a private collector, single owner.

The case has a false felt floor/storage compartment below the knife display holder. This storage compartment is layered in brown felt.

The knife overall is 14" with an 9 1/2 inch SHARP blade.

The detail on this knife is remarkable. Detail includes engraved picture off The Alamo, Map outline of state of Texas and The manufactures name and seal. (Seal is engraved with their logo and numbered 1553).

Pictures do not give it justice. Price is at 10% of the original price! This is a steal! Don't pass it up!

Display box includes detail information on Jim Bowie, Colonel Travis, The Alamo Story, Davie Crockett and Sam Houston.


Originally named Misión San Antonio de Valero, the Alamo served as home to missionaries and their Indian converts for nearly seventy years. Construction began on the present site in 1724. In 1793, Spanish officials secularized San Antonio's five missions and distributed their lands to the remaining Indian residents. These men and women continued to farm the fields, once the mission's but now their own, and participated in the growing community of San
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