1 old 1930's-1940's small Richtig hunting knife. This desirable Richtig hunting knife would make an important addition to any collection.
This is a Richtig hunter variation rarely found. This knife measures just 7" overall. The blade itself measures 3 3/8".
This small Richtig leather-handled hunting knife is marked on the guard 'F.J.R. CLARKSON NEB.'.
This knife was made by a legend in knife-making. Frank Richtig had a secret steel tempering process that allowed him to slice through railroad spikes and automobile leaf springs. Frank would demonstrate this at county fairs--after slicing a railroad spike or leaf spring, he would slice through a piece of paper with the same knife. Frank earned himself a spot in a 'Ripley's Believe It or Not' magazine in the 1930's. These knives can be used for decades, because of Frank's superior craftsmanship.
This small Richtig hunting knife is in near-mint condition. This knife was never carried.
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