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Product Code: 4488
Condition: Near mint
Price: € 0,00

In 1871 189 Cutleries were recorded on the l’Annuaire almanach du Commerce in Paris and Sauvalle was one of these with a shop in the central Rue Rambuteau. This wonderful hunting knife of considerable size was made by the second half of the 19th century. It features a sturdy and thick lock back curved blade. 8 mm thick and nearly 5 cm wide by the tang tapering to the tip, with decorative archery hunter, dog, and elk or red stag deer wildlife hunt scene etch, with a gentleman and a Lady riding horses. * Sauvalle R. Rambateau 43 A Paris* Toledo is etched transversally near the tang. Plain and solid Zebù horn handle and lock ring blade on the sturdy palm spring. Palm spring and back of the blade has been nicely chased with geometrical decorative pattern. Blade is full and unsharpened with original sharp edge. Is tight with no movement/play and has a very firm snap. The overall condition are more than excellent, no chips or cracks to the handle and no dents to the steel parts. 27 cm folded and 48 cm when fully opened. PRICE UPON REQUEST