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#184534 - 11/10/19 05:24 PM Re: Ebony and Ivory [Re: W Polidori]
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Warren, Grant, James, and whoever else was involved,

Those knives are AWESOME!!!
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"Filet that fish? Hell naw! I'll scale him, gut him, fry him up in grease, take him by the head and tail, and play him like a French Harp!" - Uncle Paul sometime in the 60s.

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#184536 - 11/10/19 05:44 PM Re: Ebony and Ivory [Re: coachblalock]
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Coach,

All but one is vintage Michigan and the other an early Missoula knife. I was not part of the build back in the day but was aware the discussion. I was offered "in" but passed on the Missoula group which was roughly 10 or so knives which included Mosher sheaths with Zebra inlays.
Each knife was unique in its own way; no two were alike as I recall and confirmed as they now surface. My most recent group is not part of that build.
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#184557 - 11/12/19 06:23 PM Re: Ebony and Ivory [Re: W Polidori]
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Well,,,

They are really nice!
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"Filet that fish? Hell naw! I'll scale him, gut him, fry him up in grease, take him by the head and tail, and play him like a French Harp!" - Uncle Paul sometime in the 60s.

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#184558 - 11/12/19 06:28 PM Re: Ebony and Ivory [Re: coachblalock]
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Well,

I really appreciate the comments!
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