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A Large Collection of Knives Hit The Auction Block January 19th

Over 360 pieces are up for grabs from Clyde Auctioneering on Thursday, January 19th, 2017. Included is a large collection of hunting knives, pocket knives, and regular knives. There are also several vintage and collectible knives up for auction. This is a great selection for collectors and bidding opens live at 10AM Mountain Time. Bidders can leave bids ahead of the auction, and register quickly, on iCOllector.com

Kicking off the first few minutes of the auction is a highlighted collectible knife from Ducks Unlimited. Appearing at Lot 5, this is a 3 blade shrade that comes in an attractive case. It is in great collection and suitable for a presentation area along with more collectibles. The very next lot is a collectible West Coast Choppers knife in a beautiful collectible case. This knife comes with a 3 inch blade and the case is metal. Up at Lot 12 is another great collectible package with a case. Presented her is a 3 knife pack from Sharbe Old Timer and is a 2012 Limited Edition set. All of these lots have a nice photo and are opening at $10 selling to the highest bidder.

There are over 50 knives that are vintage collectibles. Lots 50 and 51 are great highlights. At Lot 50 three is an Asian knife with metal handle and sheath available. At Lot 51 is a group of four large blade knives from makers Frost and Wiltshire & Premier. Lot 168 is a vintage hide scraper that is highly collectible. Lot 241 Is a very interesting group of 3 vintage daggers that look to be Egyptian design with brass beads on the handles and leather sheaths. The next lot is a beautiful Japanese knife KORIUM with etched wood handle and sheath. All items are in good condition and ready to ship to the winning bidders.

The entire catalog for January 19th is up for absentee bidding now, and each item has its own photo for pre inspection. The auction will give the bidders online a live audio feed to be part of the auction, and it will be a fun day of auctioneering for both the auctioneer and the participating bidders. Contact Clyde Auctioneering by email or telephone to discuss bidding and any questions about the individual knives up for sale.

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