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Thanks MumbleypegMumbleypeg wrote:Not sure what kind of opinions you want but FWIW here's mine. To get a premium price for a commemorative knife you'll probably need to find someone associated with the event or group being commemorated. Otherwise it's just another knife.
And some collectors will pay a premium price for a knife marked "Prototype". I've never understood why. After they made the prototype they probably made a hundred or more just like it. What's special about the prototype?
ludwig26 wrote: Thanks Mumbleypeg
I don’t collect commemoratives or Prototypes.
Was more or less seeing if anyone could vouch
For the way it’s marked prototype. I thought Case engraved them down in the liners.