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English Bowie by Nicholson
8/18/2016 - Firearms and Accoutrements: Live Salesroom Auction
8.25" clip point blade with etched panel that reads American Hunting Knife and Eagle. Hilt marked M.H. Nicholson Union Street, Sheffield. German silver cutlery handle and German silver quillon. Suede leather sheath with German silver tip and throat. Knife from the Dr. R. Charles Griffith collection.

Provenance:  
Dr. R. Charles Griffith Collection


Condition:  
Blade retains most of the original polish and the etched panel still clear. The leather scabbard may have been expertly restored.
Est $1000 - $1500
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