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Holy Grail/ Excalibur/ Master Sword/ etc.

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Dionysusigma, Mar 16, 2008.

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  1. Dionysusigma

    Dionysusigma Member

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    I believe I have found a few of mine. :eek:

    Not swords, really... but... wow.

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    http://www.kellamknives.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1_38_102&products_id=310
    $684.00

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    http://www.kellamknives.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1_38_102&products_id=330
    $795.00

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    http://www.kellamknives.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1_38_104&products_id=353
    $1,087.00

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    http://www.kellamknives.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1_38_102&products_id=326
    Price tag of $3,200. :what: :uhoh: I've never even seen that much money before in my life.


    So! What are y'all's unattainable dreams in the world of sharp pointy objects? Post pictures too, as the exchange rate for words is about 1000:1. ;)
     
  2. auschip

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    Neil Blackwood's knives just do it for me.

    The Skirmish
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    The Curr
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  3. nitestocker

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    i like the skirmish have a large and small there in s30v nothing fancy like that one though there just copies from bench made:D
     
  4. mwpslp

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    Well actually I am a Japanese sword collector :D

    1. A Yamato Daijo Yoshisada Ca. 1592 / I paid $14,000
    2. A Bizen Sukesada Ca. 1661 / I paid $11,500
    3. A 2nd generation Yasutsugu Ca. 1624 / I paid $22,000
    4. A Yamato Daijo Masanori Ca. 1661 / I paid $7,000
     

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  5. Valkman

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    Anything by Bob Loveless. One of his knives recently sold for $250,000 - and he's still alive!
     
  6. hso

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    A buddy of mine had about $20,000 in custom knives spread across my dining room table about an hour ago. Individual prices ranged from $200 to $1,000. I bought a very pretty fixed blade with flame maple grip for my wife for our upcoming anniversary (she collects knives also).

    I have a Larry Harley D-guard damascus fighter with mastadon ivory handle sitting in my car. Larry won't take a penny less than $3,000 for it. I'm selling it for Larry to cover some medical bills, otherwise he'd keep it since it was on the cover of Knives 2007.
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    I've handled a Louis Mills Tachi that is probably worth around $15,000 now.
     
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  7. JTW Jr.

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    My grail fixed blade is a Blackwood Henchman , as much as I love Neil's folders , this one is a keeper ( but also a user ).


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    Pretty sure my grail folder is gonna be an Interframe by Spencer ( SAR Knives ). :cool:
     
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