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    old deer handle knife

    This knife was my Grandfather's
    stamped on the blade is A.W. Wadsworth / Austria
    the blade is 4-3/8" long and the entire knife is in great condition.
    thanks for looking / ATR
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    Death to every foe and traitor and hurrah, my boys, for freedom !

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    thats pretty neat, have several of my grandfathers knives but nothing like that.

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    Nice


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    With corkscrew no less; slay a stag have a class of wine! Very nice looking knife,bet it holds an edge

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    yes the steel is good,,,and it does hold an edge
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    The Buck Marksman has a top lock that looks a little similar to your Grandfathers knife.

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    Nice looking knife.
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    Yours is in better shape than mine. I believe they were imported in the 1950'sand early 60's. Quite a novelty knife that could be used, high cool factor.
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    That is the hoof and dew claws of a small deer, possibly a Coues deer?
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