COTTRELL over QUINCY over ILLS marked on both blades of this cocobolo handled jack. 3 1/2" closed, all steel liners and bolsters. Very tight crack front handle at the top near the bolster. Much original finish on the main blade. Great snap and half stop on both blades. knife is used but a very well made really old jack. Goins has it listed from 1900-1920, a hardware firm. Main blade has a clear etch GOOD AS GOLD.
Included with this knife will be a mystery knife that is well worn but deep etched jack that I like to call an Old Warrior.
Rules for the raffle are 10 spots at 12.00.00 per spot. No more than 2 spots can be bought by the same player. Payment MUST BE FRIENDS & FAMILY if paying through paypal, please do not play the game if you are not willing to pay this way. I will also take a postal MO or check. If by MO than please email me so that I know in advance. Payment is to be made after all the spots are spoken for. To pick a spot just post the number you would like in this thread. I will be keeping a list of who has what spot in addition to what is posted on the thread. If all the spots are not taken by Sat morning, I will cancel the raffle. If the raffle is on than I will pick the winner at random at noon on Sat after all the spots are paid for.
Player must be paid members of the site.
I had said that I would ship to Canada but I checked the prices for shipping, and they have gone up again so I will include shipping only to the CONUS. If you want to participate and are outside the CONUS than please contact me first. If you are willing to pay postage to where you are I will be ok with it.
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and please do not put anything in the payment to make it seem it is for goods and services.
Thanks and good luck, Mike
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I am going to have my grandson pick the winner even though only 10 spots were taken, please send payment as described above, I will post the winning number at noon today. Thanks Mike