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    Walrus ivory, w's and an S-guard


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    Here is one that all fittings are Damascus as is the blade out of 1080 and 15n20. Fossil Walrus ivory handle with nickel silver pin and a W's pattern Damascus. I make my own Damascus. Blade length is 5 1/8 inches and overall length is 9 1/2 inches. Knife is one of the nicer I have built in a while. Blade at guard is over 3/16 thick with distal taper to tip. Stand is oak and included. SOLD plus 10.00 for priority mail. My e-mail and paypal is dangraves4923@earthlink.net Thanks


    THIS ONE IS SOLD.





    Last edited by DanGraves; 06-11-2012 at 08:18 PM.
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    BEAUTIFUL!!! And what a price!

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    Dan, you've made another exceptional piece. The solid WS Damascus fittings really suit and compliment the lighter ivory.
    It looks like it will be very comfortable in the hand. It certainly is beautiful sitting on the stand.
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    Very nice. I really need a user but could never bring myself to actually use this piece.

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    bones555, I love what a friend of mine said over what you said, Quote "If that were true, would pretty girls never have sex?"
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    I'm not a Bowie or Art knife kinda guy, but if I had the extra moola, I'd snap this one up in a heart beat. It's just awesome like most of your other work. I think you're undervaluing your work cause I believe that knife is worth at least double what you're asking for!!

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    Dan, that is one fine looking knife!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanGraves View Post
    bones555, I love what a friend of mine said over what you said, Quote "If that were true, would pretty girls never have sex?"
    Touche' I've been keeping an eye out for your knives and I'm sure it's just a matter of time and the "right" one will come along.

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    A knife makin machine of Great lookin knives is what you are Dan. Never disapointed.

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    Awesome knife Dan. That damascus is tight!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Warren Knives View Post
    A knife makin machine of Great lookin knives is what you are Dan. Never disapointed.
    I love it...

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    Dang, I'm tempted to buy that knife for myself but I'm afraid my wife would shoot me...again.
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    Dan: Great looking package there.


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    Nice of you guy's to comment on this one. I think it is one of the finer knives I have made in a while.
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    Dan,

    I'll take it and it to my Graves collection.

    Dean

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    Nice score! That has to be one of the nicest looking knives I have ever seen.

    I almost went for it last night, but I still need a sheath for the last one.
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    Dean,
    Its yours. What a compliment "The Government" Thank you.
    Dan Graves
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