J. Bruce Voyles, Auctioneers 
Auction 83 FLASH

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Last day for bids Monday, April 13, 2015
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Welcome to our latest flash auction--a combination of a few things we haven't auctioned in a while, a preview of what is a massive collection (over 1000 knives) of Case and related knives, a sample or two from a large upcoming auction of Spyderco and tactical knives. The key to a flash auction is we don't mail a postcard through the mail. And you have only a few days in which to bid. And for that same reason we have only 48 lots in this auction. We hope you enjoy this auction, and good luck on your bidding.

A note on shipping: Whenever possible we are now shipping FedEx ground, for several reasons. First we have become concerned with the flimsy boxes now being furnished by the U. S. Post Office for flat rate shipping. FedEx boxes are sturdy. Additionally a FedEx package can be tracked throughout the journey from us to you. FedEx tends to be faster than Priority Mail. The price difference by the time a UPSO package is insured is only a tiny bit more, and in some instances the same or less. If you prefer we ship by USPO we will be happy to do so, but if it does not matter to you please be sure we have a street address and let us know your preference.

 

Lot 1 Case Wagon Wheel trapper set. Only 250 sets were made, all trappers with the following handles: Peachseed Jigged Black, Antique, Caribbean Blue, Bubba Gum, Mahogany, Lemon Lime, Hunter Green, Kentucky Bluegrass, Autumn, Persimmon Orange, Ultra Violet, Crimson, Tested Red, Mediterranean Blue, Caramel, Gray, Natural, Olive Green, Yellow and Sea Green Bone, bolsters are engraved with serial numbers, and the shied on each has an exclusive nickel silver "trapper" shield. 20 knives in all housed in a heavy wood frame (A-Frame stand is included too) Mint. 83F-037 Minimum bid $400.00

Lot 2 Case Salesman's Sample Mint set, 24 knives in a special salesman's sample roll. Only 250 sets were made in 2013. Suggested retail is $2452.00. Each knife has an embellished master blade and scrolled bolsters. The knives are housed in a beautiful Case leather salesman's roll with velvet lining made exclusively for this set. Most of these have been broken up so an intact roll is even more rare. Knives are: Trapper (5254 SS) Second Cut Genuine Burnt Stag, Mini Trapper (6207 SS) Peach Seed Jigged Mediterranean Blue Bone, Medium Stockman (6318 SS) Smooth Brown Bone, Peanut (6220 SS) Rogers Jigged Hunter Green Bone, Small Texas Toothpick, (820096 SS) Genuine Mother-of-Pearl, Stockman (3347 SS) Smooth Yellow Synthetic RussLock® (61953L SS), Sawcut Jigged Antique Bone Mini CopperLock® (51749L SS, XX Prime Stag CopperLock® (61549L SS), Rogers Corn Cob Jigged Kentucky Bluegrass Bone Medium Stockman (63032 SS),Standard Jigged Crimson Bone Folding Hunter (6265 SS), peach Seed Jigged Dark Molasses Bone Muskrat (MUSKRAT SS), Standard Jigged Honey Brown Bone Canoe (62131 SS), Smooth Olive Green Bone Sway Back Jack (TB72117 SS), Smooth Ebony Wood Small Stockman (8333 SS), Smooth Abalone Saddlehorn (TB62110 SS), Second Cut Jigged Persimmon Bone Whittler (6383WH SS), Smooth Gray Bone Humpback Stockman (630461?2 SS), Rogers Jigged Dark Red Bone Medium Stockman (63090 SS), Standard Jigged Brown Synthetic Slimline Trapper (61048 SS), Peach Seed Jigged Goldenrod Bone Medium Texas Toothpick (610094 SS), Standard Jigged Chestnut Bone Medium Jack (62087 SS), Rough Black Synthetic Mini Copperhead (V52109X SS), Vintage Burnt Stag Medium Stockman (6344 SS) Standard Jigged Burnt Cream Bone.
83F-020 83F-018 Minimum bid $400.00

Lot 3 W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Company was awarded the Investor/Collector Knife of the Year Award for its collectible knife series, the Case Family Brands Encyclopedia Set in 2004. Each knife in this series is a unique pattern, a special shield, and engraved with a common serial number throughout the series. The knives are housed in leather bound boxes made to look like actual encyclopedia volumes. Each volume includes stories and original artwork dedicated to the history of the company. There are seven books in all, this one is No. 6 Kinfolks Inc./ Standard Knife Company. Only 350 sets were made. Knives in the sets are a Brown Mid Folding Hunter, Green Bone Hobo, Stag Muskrat, Leather Wrap Large Hunter, Leather Wrap Small Hunter, Pheasant's Knife, Red Bone Small Stockman with Bell, Red Bone Copperhead and a Green Bone Large Folding Hunter. 83F-001 83F.052 Minimum bid $300.00

Lot 4 "Case Days of the Week set. Seven knives on a removable tray in a walnut box with a Case® collectable medallion. Tray removes for storages of other items. Knives are Sunday Mini Copperhead- Genuine Abalone, Monday Small Stockman- Rogers Jigged Mediterranean Blue Bone, Tuesday Eisenhower- Rogers Jigged Dark Red Bone, Wednesday Peanut- Rogers Jigged Gray Bone, Thursday Tiny Trapper- Rogers Jigged Orange Bone, Friday Small Texas Toothpick- Rogers Jigged Bright Green Bone, Saturday Pocket Hunter- Genuine Red Stag. Made in the USA
(83F-007 83F-009 Minimum bid $250.00

Lot 5 "Case Days of the Week Tiny Trapper set Seven knives on a removable tray in a walnut box with a Case® collectable medallion. Tray removes for storages of other items. Sunday - Genuine Mother of Pearl,
Monday - Rogers Jigged Mediterranean Blue Bone, Tuesday - Rogers Jigged Dark Red Bone, Wednesday - Rogers Jigged Gray Bone,
Thursday - Rogers Jigged Orange Bone, Friday - Rogers Jigged Bright Green Bone, Saturday - Genuine Red Stag ·2-1/4"" Clip point blade All measure 3"" closed Made in the USA
(83F-008 83F-010 Minimum bid $250.00

Lot 6 Gerber trio of Miming knives 83F-002 83F-003 Minimum bid $25.00

Lot 7 Remington 2000 Millennium Collectible green bone Daddy barlow with inlaid pearl bullet shield. MIB. 83F-004 Minimum bid $20.00

Lot 8 Pair of Case knives with corian colorful handles, Trapper and Tiny Toothpick, both with engraved bolsters and gold embossed presentation box. 83F-005 Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 9 Pair of Case Knives in tins. Brooks & Dunn trapper, white smooth bone with a laser longhorn on the handle, and a stag handled Case Tuxedo pattern with a John Deere logo on the shield and in a John Deere metal tin, both MIB 83F-006 Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 10 Pair of Case Civil War battle knives. Red bone folding hunter for First Bull Run (or 1st Manassas as Confederates called it), with detailed history of the battle and fancy presentation case, plus a Battle of Fort Sumter stag handled Russ lock, both knives have two shields, and MIB 83F-012 83F-011 Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 11 Tony Bose/Case desk knife, abalone handles, leather sheath and elegant presentation box, mint. 83F-013 Minimum bid $45.00

Lot 12 Complete set of Case limited edition Blue Lagoon handled knives on an original showcase insert. (This is not the mint set, as it has plain bolsters and each knife is one of 3000 made). Pattern includes: 6254 Trapper, Muskrat, 6220 peanut, Russlock, Tiny Trapper, 83F-014 Minimum bid $225.00

Lot 13 Four Case Presidential dollars series. Each knife is a different color bone Case trapper, with the name of the President, "Presidental Collection" on the spay blade, and each knife comes with a US Mint Presidental dollar corresponding to the named subject. This group has James Madison, John Tyler, James K. Polk, and WIlliam Henry Harrison. All MIB. 83F-015 Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 14 Case Stag handled Kodiak fixed blade, embossed sheath, knife is mint, box is banged up. Recent production. 83F-016 Minimum bid $50.00

Lot 15 Case Buffalo horn handled Kodiak fixed blade, basketweave sheath, mint in box. 83F-017 Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 16 Stag handled hunting dagger marked only "Solingen, Germany", mint, leather sheath, 14 1/2" oal, 10 1/2" blade, well made. Mint. 83F-021 Minimum bid $25.00

Lot 17 Puma stag handles, hirschfanger knife, marked Handmade, puma emblem, 17" oal, 11 3/4" blade, with leather sheath, mint. 83F-022 Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 18 Two Puma, Germany folding guard lockbacks, Medici and Medici small, genuine stag handles, both mint. 83F-023 Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 19 Four Case knives with laser cut bone. Johnny Case and John Wayne trappers, Zebra trapper, and a four blade with a cowboy hat shield and laster cut with barbed wire designs on both sides of the handles. All mint. No boxes. 83F-024 Minimum bid $80.00

Lot 20 Three Case Regal stag handled knives, '54 pattern trapper, Muskrat, and Medium trapper, all with engrave spacer between the two stag handle pieces on each side. All mint. Suggested retail on these three knives is close to $500.00! 83F-025 Minimum bid $160.00

Lot 21 Three German made congress knives. Bear & Bull stag buckcreek four blade made in 1997, Buckcreek Bobcat made in 1999, and Boker black composition handled 4 blade with red shield. All mint. 83F-026 Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 22 Case/Bose Backpocket folders, jigged bone handles, one red, the other chestnut bone, complete with leather lanyard loops and MIB, both #TB61546ss. 83F-027 Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 23 Case/Bose Backpocket folders, jigged red bone handle ans smooth antique bone handle, smooth bone has crest shield and Tony Bose's signature on the blade. Both MIB. 61546ss. 83F-028 Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 24 Case/Bose Backpocket folders, one ebony wood handle, the other Black G10, both MIB 83F-029 Minimum bid $40.00

Lot 25 Two Puma Germany folding lockbacks, Duke and Earl. Both mint. 83F-030 Minimum bid $65.00

Lot 26 Two Case bone handled clasp knives. Persimmon orange bone and light purple bone, both MIB, '72 patterns. 83F-031 Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 27 Two Case bone handled clasp knives, Jade bone and yellow bone, both jigged, and MIB. '72 patterns. 83F-032 Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 28 Case Classics associate knives, honoring Dave Jack with a gray bone gunboat canoe, engraved bolsters, gold etched blade, Mint, with sheet and authenticity certificate outline his history. Mint 83F-033 Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 29 Group of five Boker, Germany knives all with imitation tortoise handles. 2525 trapper, 2626 Copperhead, 280 whittler, 70113 step down bolster congress, and 5464 congress, all MIB. 83F-034 Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 30 Case Classics associate knives, honoring Sherry Shouthard, gray bone 2 blade citrus knife with fancy shield, engraved bolsters, and gold etched blade, along with certificate of authentication. 83F-035 Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 31 Case Classics associate knives, honoring Robin Walker, gray bone 6391 Anglo-Saxon whittler, engraved bolsters, bowtie shield, gold etched blade, with certificate of authentication. Mint. 83F-026 Minimum bid $35.00

Lot 32 George Patton 1913 Cavalry saber, dated 1914, with the Springfield Armory mark, complete with leather cushion disk on the front, and the leather strap. Sheath is chromed as was done for parade use and officers models. Serial number is 9067. Blade is in great sheath, straight, with some splotching of light rusting here and there, no deep pitting. 35" blade. Last of the US Cavalry swords, designed by Patton while he was a Lt. after having competed in the Olympics as a fencer and toured Europe visiting fencing masters and armourers in order to perfect this design. 83F-038 83F-040 Minimum bid $150.00

Lot 33 Sword of Zorro replica movie sword, authorized edition, with fancy scabbard. 30" blade, with cloth cover for the sword in the scabbard. 83F-041 Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 34 Four Puma Germany lockblade knives, Sergeant, Protec Zytel, Captain, and Huntec, all with zytel handles and mint. 83F-045 Minimum bid $60.00

Lot 35 Three large Columbia River Knife & Tool Kit Carson design knives. M16-04Z, M21-145FG, and M16-14ZLEK. All mint. 83F-046 Minimum bid $55.00

Lot 36 Four red jigged bone German Boker knives. Trapper, stockman, copperhead, and standard bolsters 4 blade, all mint. 83F-047 Minimum bid $80.00

Lot 37 Six Kit Carson designed knives by CRKT. All mint M16-10KSF, M16-10KZ, M16-10Z, M16-12F, M16-14ZSF, and M21-12F. 83F-048 Minimum bid $75.00

Lot 38 Four Kershaw knives, all locking liners with thermoplastic handles. 1830 Oso Sweet, 2650 Volt II and Black Volt II, both designed by R. J. Martin, and 1650 Vapor II. All mint. Imported. 83F-049 Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 39 Pair of large and small wire wrapped handled daggers designed by Gil Hibben, leather sheaths. Skull crusher pommels. (These are factory made knives on Gil's designs--these are not Gil's handmade knives). Both mint. 83F-050 Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 40 Case 2002 Case Collectors Club Junior Member's Knife, peanut, bone handles, mint. Certificate with it is the wrong year, 2004 and calls for a different knife. Zip up Case marked Case and box. Mint. 83F-041 Minimum bid $20.00

Lot 41 SOG knives Swedge I and Swedge II, mint, kydex sheaths. 83F-053 Minimum bid $30.00

Lot 42 Blade Trading Cards, 72 knife cards created in 1972. Great for kids, in original unopened factory pack. rel 78-DSC0184 78-DSC0185 Minimum bid $5.00 78-DSC_0184 Minimum bid $5.00

Lot 43 Schrade Cutlery Collectors Society bone handled folding guard lockback built on the pattern of the legendary folding hunter switchblade of Schrade. Produced in 2008, etched "Everlastingly Sharp", button release locks it open and closed. MIB. (This is not a switchblade) 2008 on the reverse of the tang. rel 78-DSC0190 78-DSC0191 Minimum bid $15.00 78-DSC_0190 78-DSC_0191 Minimum bid $15.00

Lot 44 2010 Version of the above. Only two knives were made in this series. Handles are a little more square than the 2008 and not bone. rel 78-DSC0204 78-DSC0203 Minimum bid $25.00 78-DSC_0204 78-DSC_0203 Minimum bid $15.00

Lot 45 Spyderco Ed Schempp Rock is 12.14" oal, VG10 steel, and weights 9.1 oz. Full tang, Fiberglass reinforced nylon handles, kydes sheath. DSC_0371) Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 46 Spyderco Phil Wilson Pin, 9 1/2" oal, 4 1/2" CPMS90V blade, smooth green micarta handles, kydex sheath. DSC_0366) Minimum bid $100.00

Lot 47 Microtech SF M/A, 5 1/2" closed, Black aluminum handle with carbo fiber insert, locking liner, with bet sheath, USA made, S35VN steel. MIB DSC_0360) Minimum bid $125.00

Lot 48 Group of Case Paper items, 1970's price list, Catalogs 71 and 77, and the 1975 newsprint booklet issued at the time of the opening of the South Bradford Plant. DSC_0381) Minimum bid $5.00