Fight'n Rooster congress with genuine stag handles that is near
mint, 1 of 200. On the clip blade is etched Fight'n Rooster in black.
It has never been sharpened or carried. The bolsters need to be polished. It is 3-1/2" closed with one spear and three sheep foot
Tang mark on the back of the blade is Frank Buster
Celebrated Cutlery Germany, which is the mark used from 1982 to 1994. If
you can find a copy of the book Fight'n Rooster Knives - Yesterday -
Today - Tomorrow by Jim Parker, it is maybe the book on the Fight'n Rooster
knives. Inside the book there is over 1800 different Fight'n Rooster knife
photos with values. The copyright of the book is 1994.
Fighting Rooster or Fightin Rooster is not the way the company spells its
name it is Fight'n Rooster.
It books for $120 in above book on page 101.
Remember it is over 11 year old price guide!
|Fight'n Rooster congress with
genuine stag handles that is near
mint. On the clip blade is etched Fight'n Rooster.
Only 200 made.