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1-7 black-ash-burl
$925.00
1-7 black-ash-burl Image
This fighter features a 7" stainless steel blade, brass double hilt, brass and black spacers and a radiused brass butt cap with a thong hole. The handle is a spectacular piece of Black Ash Burl. Furnished with a brown model "A" sheath.
4-4.5
$650.00
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This model #4.5" features a stainless steel blade, nickel silver single hilt, custom spacers and a custom Impala horn handle with a natural end. Brown Model B sheath.
5 - 4 Olive Wood
$$695.00
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This Camp and Trail # 5 features a 4" Stainless Blade, Thumb Notches, Nickel Silver Hilt, All Black Spacers, Flawless Customer Supplied Olive Wood with a Border Patrol Handle shape and radiused Duralumin butt cap. Furnished with a brown Model "B" sheath.
5-6 buckeye-burl
$$645.00
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This "Camp And Trail" features a 6" carbon steel blade with thumb notches, squared nickel silver single hilt, aluminum/black spacers Buckeye Burl Border Patrol handle shape with a compass installed in the butt. Furnished with the model A sheath.
7-4.5 Fisherman-Hunter - Tom Leschorn
$$950.00
7-4.5 Fisherman-Hunter - Tom Leschorn Image
Randall Knives discontinued the sale of 'Kit' knives in early 1974. Thereafter the only individual that could purchase a "blade-only" from the shop was Tom Leschorn. These blades were required to be etched with a "L" adjacent to the Randall trademark to designate a Leschorn made Randall.
Tom made custom randall knives until the very early 1990's - this Model #7-4.5 Fisherman-Hunter model with 'L' etched stainless steel blade, nickel-silver hilt 'and' spacers, maple burl concave handle, and Leschorn made custom sheath would have been one of his last made. An extremely rare one-of-a-kind Randall knife.
Buster Warenski Damascus Dagger
$3,500.00
Buster Warenski Damascus Dagger Image
Buster Warenski’s influence on custom knives, knifemakers and the Knifemakers’ Guild was immense and, in many ways, continues to this day. One of the early Guild voting members, he was considered among the best custom makers from the very start. He excelled not only by the example of his workmanship but also by his leadership, serving on the Guild’s board of directors for a number of terms, including as Guild president (1977-79).
Buster's knives remain among the elite of custom collectables.
This classic Warenski dagger features a 6 inch Damascus blade, sculpted blued hardware and a fluted Rosewood handle.
Harvey McBurnette Engraved
$995.00
Harvey McBurnette Engraved Image
Harvey McBurnette was very well respected for his artistry and known for his sole authorship knives. This beautiful semi-skinner carries a 3" mirror polished, hollow ground blade and has an overall length of 6-1/2". The handle carries a nickel silver escutchon
The Buffalo horn handle has dovetailed nickel silver bolsters engraved by the maker, nickel silver escutcheon and fileworked nickel silver liners.
Herron Utility
$300.00
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The late George Herron was one of the finest knifemakers of our time. One of the founding members and past president of the Knifemakers Guild, his knife making career spanned nearly 45 years. This "bare-bones" 5" bladed Herron utility knife, features a Cocobolo handle and would be a useful and classy addition in the kitchen or the tackle box.
SOLD*** James Poplin Ironwood
$650.00
SOLD*** James Poplin Ironwood Image
This "POP" 3-3/4"" semi-skinner, #893, is fashioned from 154 CM stainless, displays a perfect hollow grind with an impeccable mirror polish and a brushed finish on the flats. This semi-skinner features a nickel silver hilt, 1/4" blind pins and beautifully figured Desert Ironwood scales mounted on a perfectly tapered tang with liners.
SOLD***James Poplin Ivory Engraved
$1,195.00
SOLD***James Poplin Ivory Engraved Image
At the New York Knife Show in 1980 I met a fellow named James Poplin. Jim was a postal worker at the time and part time knife maker from Washington, Georgia it was obvious that he was a talented maker but when I picked up one of his knives I realized that this was one of the finest knives I had seen at the show. In the 38 years since, I have yet to see a finer belt knife.
This "POP" 3-1/2" drop point, #804, is fashioned from 154 CM stainless, displays a perfect hollow grind with an impeccable mirror polish and a brushed finish on the flats. This skinner features flawless pre-ban Elephant ivory mounted on a perfectly tapered tang. The nickel silver hilt and 1/4" blind pins have been engraved by Old Dominion
Jess Horn Baby Lockback Stag
$1,500.00
Jess Horn Baby Lockback Stag Image
This baby lock back, #178, from Jess Horn features a hand rubbed, satin finished, 2.75" drop point blade with an overall length of 6.125". The handle is comprised of stainless steel bolsters, liners and back spring with beautiful Sambar Stag scales. This timeless Horn folder is over 35 years old but remains virtually new.
Joe Kious Folder/Jon Robyn Engraving
$1,550.00
Joe Kious Folder/Jon Robyn Engraving Image
Joe Kious was an extraordinarily talented and passionate Texas knifemaker and a long time supporter of the Knifemakers' Guild.
This early 1980's Kious lockback folding hunter features a 3-1/4" hollow ground blade with a mirror polish. The handle scales are gorgeous Sambar Stag and the blade spine and spring show Joe's mastery with filework. The large nickel silver bolsters feature engraved scenes of a Mountain Goat and a Big Horn Sheep by Jon Robyn. Jon is a world-renowned master engraver and this work from the early 1980's shows his extraordinary talent even at the age of 21.
SOLD***Randall - Bowles Skinner Stag
$825.00
SOLD***Randall - Bowles Skinner Stag Image
 
This is my Randall-Bowles Skinner etched #452. This guarded design dealer special features a 4-5/8 inch stainless steel blade forged from 1/4 inch stock. The single nickel silver hilt is accentuated with Randall's iconic red, white and blue spacers. The handle is crafted from a large, fully figured piece of Sambar Stag and features finger grips. The front of the unique two-tone Sullivan's sheath carries my Randall Made-Rick Bowles Special stamp on the toe and I've signed and dated the back.
Randall - Bowles Skinner Thuya Burl
$795.00
Randall - Bowles Skinner Thuya Burl Image
This is my Randall-Bowles Skinner etched #454. This guarded design dealer special features a 4-5/8 inch stainless steel blade forged from 1/4 inch stock. The single brass hilt is accentuated with Randall's iconic red, white and blue spacers. The handle is crafted from a beautiful piece of Thuya Burl, Randall's newest handle material offering, and finishes with a wrist thong. The front of the unique two-tone Sullivan's sheath carries my Randall Made-Rick Bowles Special stamp on the toe and I've signed and dated the back.
Ted Dowell Integral Bowie and Dagger pair
$8,000.00
Ted Dowell Integral Bowie and Dagger pair Image
The late Ted Dowell is the acknowledged master of the integral knife. Ted was one of the founding members and past president of the Knife Makers' Guild. He earned the respect of knife makers and collectors around the world with his consistently excellent work. Ted was known for his "Funny Folder" and his small integral hunters.
This massive matched pair is among the largest made by the master and quite unique. With a total length of 15" and weighing over two pounds the Bowie carries a 9-1/4" blade and was "carved" from a solid piece of 5/8" stock. The dagger, also carved from 5/8" stock, has a hollow ground 6-1/2" blade and an overall length of 12". Both knives feature Rosewood handles and deep relief scroll engraving by master knife maker and engraver H.H. Frank. Henry Frank is known for his "sole authorship" museum grade folding knives. He rarely engraved other makers work but agreed to engrave this extraordinary pair of TMD knives.
Bowie $4,500.00
Dagger $3,500.00
Ted Dowell Jade Lockback Engraved
$2,500.00
Ted Dowell Jade Lockback Engraved Image
Ted was one of the founding members and past president of the Knife Makers' Guild. He earned the respect of knife makers and collectors around the world with his consistently excellent work.
This museum grade gentleman's folder carries a 2-1/4" mirror polished, hollow ground blade and has an overall length of 5-5/8". The handle scales are gem quality Jade and the masterful engraving was executed by Steve Lindsay.
Giant Model #14
$850.00
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I call this a Model #14 on Steroids. It's actually a Model 12-9" with a 14 grind in stainless and has the hilt and handle of a model #14.
An image shows a standard Model #14 next to this massive fighter.  850.00
Randall-Bowles Large Stamp LTD
$1250.00
Randall-Bowles Large Stamp LTD Image
In 2008 I was unwrapping the knives in my Randall order when I noticed something very strange. The Randall trademark was stamped with the large Randall Made stamp! Since my first dealer special in 1991, every blade has carried the small Randall trademark stamp generally found on blades forged from 3/16 inch stock.... until now. After contacting the Randall shop it was explained that, during a forging run of my Bowles Skinner dealer special, a group of my Skinner blades were inadvertently stamped with the large Randall trademark stamp. A total of forty-five blades were stamped with this large trademark stamp before the mistake was discovered. I received authorization to release these unique, mis-stamped knives in their own numbered limited edition. These were the only examples of my Randall dealer specials to carry the large trademark stamp. This example is number #31 and has the most radical blade and handle profile of any Skinner we've made. Ltd. #31 features a brass single hilt, brass and black spacers, a single finger grip Snakewood handle with the Large Stamp Limited medallion inlayed in the butt. Furnished with my standard two-toned Skinner sheath.

All natural handle materials are subject to checking and/or cracking under extremes of temperature and humidity. As such natural materials are not guaranteed.

All the African Elephant ivory from which these knife handles were crafted pre-dates the ivory ban of 1989. Additionally these knives, handled with pre-ban African Elephant ivory, qualify for the de minimis exemption of the current USFWS ivory restrictions and may be traded in interstate commerce.