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Item #: 32983 - QCCC Queen City Cutlery Classics Antique Green English Jack

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This is one of the debut Queen City Cutlery Classics which have proved to be very collectible. All knives are serialized. 100 pieces of each were produced. The English Jack is 4 1/2" closed with all nickel silver liners. The cut-in swedge, long nail pull, and  triple threaded bolster make a great looking knife! The QCCC shield has not been used since 1928 and is pinned to the Antique Green bone scales. Both blades are tang stamped with Queen City logo. This knife is a full blown Schatt-Morgan finished product with blades of 1095 High Carbon steel making it as useful as it is collectible. This knife, new in the box,  is #26 of 100.  Actual photos of knife for sale. $9.95 S&H to US locations only. Insurance is included. Buyer must be 18 years of age.

$99.95

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Shipping & Handling : $9.95
(United States Only)

Shipping Insurance : Included in the charge for shipping & handling
 

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Shipping and payment instructions:

You must be eighteen years of age to purchase. Items shipped Priority Mail USPS. Insurance is included. If you are not satisfied with knife return it and container within seven days in original condition it was sent for refund less shipping, insurance and Pay Pal fees. If you are not using PayPal, send payments to: Don Franklin, P.O. Box 6471, Santa Ana, CA 92706

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