BOWIE WOODCRAFT KNIFE SHEFFIELD

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barkz
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BOWIE WOODCRAFT KNIFE SHEFFIELD

Postby barkz » Sat Sep 23, 2017 12:10 pm

WONDERED IF ANY ONE COULD HELP WITH THE POSSIBLE RARITY AND VALUATION OF THIS KNIFE PLEASE AS I CANNOT SEEM TO FIND ANOTHER ONE? IT IS A REALLY BEAUTIFUL KNIFE WITH STAG HORN HANDLE. THIS IS A KNIFE I AM WANTING TO SELL THROUGH MY ETSY SITE.
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Re: BOWIE WOODCRAFT KNIFE SHEFFIELD

Postby Gunsil » Sun Sep 24, 2017 12:19 am

Are you in the USA? Johnson Western works is not a popular brand in the USA, they are not known for quality cutlery. They did make a lot of fixed blade knives for the British Boy Scouts. I think you would be lucky to get fifty bucks here in the US. Of course others may disagree but I do a lot of knife shows where my specialty is fixed blade knives.

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Re: BOWIE WOODCRAFT KNIFE SHEFFIELD

Postby kootenay joe » Thu Sep 28, 2017 6:07 pm

Except for top examples interest in collecting vintage Sheffield knives among North American collectors is rather low. And we don't see a huge number of vintage Sheffield knives either. The result is rather low prices for many of the old Sheffield knives. I am interested in learning if prices are higher in Britain.
For top examples collectors here will pay decently but i don't know if the same knife in U.K. would get a higher price.
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