"Sharp" was a U.S. Importer of knives in the late 1970s to 1980s period. They offered a number of Seki made fixed blades but one that is noteworthy is the Sharp Model 1000s. These were often sold through K-Mart. 8" OAL, 3.5" Hollow ground blade of 440 steel (many Hattori's were later discovered to use AUS-8 steel).
This knife is used as I do not have the box, but perfect. Shows no signs of being sharpened but not guaranteed. It has the original plastic cover for the blade that protected the new knife in the sheath. It has not be cleaned but remains the way it was when I bought it.
Hattori later issued this knife as the H-109 Drop Point Hunter, with a 3 1/2″ Aus-8 blade, Nickel Silver Bolster and rivets, rounded and shaped grained Mahogany handle with brass lanyard hole.
For more info: http://hattoricollector.com/2015/10/01/beretta-and-valor/.
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