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Browning lockback, Boker Barlow, Okapi, Fight'n Rooster sleeveboard Folders. We only have one each to sale.  Group Click for group deal

One time group deal, purchase both knives below for $49.95!
Offer good until one sells. Save additional $1.95 off the low price!

The descriptions below match the order of the knives above.


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Boker Tree Brand Barlow with razor blade and spear blade that is mint and
3-1/4" closed. Made in Solingen, Germany. The blades are stainless steel. Delrin bone handle with large stainless bolster. The bolster has serial number 630 on it. Tang mark Heinr. Boeker & Co. Baumwerk-Solingen Germany-Alemania.  
Top right knife in photo. 
FJ-00464 Sold

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Okapi folder with Resin impregnated wood handles that is mint and 3-1/2" closed. Marked on the blade Made in Germany. With lanyard. Made before 1988.

The history of OKAPI pocket knives began in Solingen, Germany, at the beginning of the last century. Our name derives from the coincidence that a new species of buck was discovered in the then Belgian Congo in 1902, the Okapi, at the very time a new range of pocket knives was first developed at the factory in Solingen. To mark the occasion, they were christened the "OKAPI" range.   Just Reduced

In 1988, OKAPI South Africa (then trading as All Round Tooling) bought the trademark and tooling and continued to produce these knives in South Africa.

FJ-00465 26.00

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Browning double lockback with wood handles, excellent sharpened 4" closed. Pattern 30181F2 with light scratches on the blades and handles. Frame is brass with brass bolsters. Two blades and both lock. Made in Japan. The bolsters need polishing.   FJ-00466 Sold

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Fight'n Rooster two blade sleeveboard folder with blue Celluloid handles mint
3-3/4" closed. Blade tang stamped - Frank Buster Celebrated Cutlery Solingen, Germany. Bolsters are nickel silver, frame is brass and blades carbon steel. There will not be any more knives made by Frank Buster the founder of Fight'n Rooster Knives because he passed away in July of 2007 and his son Sterling Buster oversees the operations of Fight'n Rooster today.  Bottom knife in photo.   
FJ-00467 79.00
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