American Eagle Bicentennial Stockman (Schrade made) 1 of a series of 5 Patrick Henry
This knife is one of a series of five knives produced to commerate the American Bicentennial back in 1976. It was made as a collaboration between Parker Frost and Schrade Cutlery Co. Each of the knives honored one of the founding fathers. This one honors Patrick Henry. The knife is in like new condition and comes in the original box with the paperwork. It is approximately 3 7/8 inches closed. Handles are white delrin. The main clip blade is nicely swedged with match strike pull and bears an American eagle etch. All three blades open and close properly with good snap and no blade wobble. Bolsters and shield are nickel silver. Here's a chance to add a cool piece of history to your collection.
If anyone purchases all five knives of this series that I have for sale, I'll provide free shipping.
If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase you may return this knife in the same condition it was shipped to you within seven days of delivery for a full refund of the purchase price.
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Item # 78965
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