Some mo' Italian knives.

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Some mo' Italian knives.

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A few more from the vault.
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Wow!
A double-bladed Italian stiletto, albeit 1 broken, that's a first for these ole' eyes!
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Madmarco wrote: Thu May 11, 2023 12:34 am Wow!
A double-bladed Italian stiletto, albeit 1 broken, that's a first for these ole' eyes!
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Actually that is the way the blade was made. Here is a close-up. Only one I have ever seen as well. The master blade ir proportionally shorter.
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My goodness, from your first picture it sure appears broken, K7K, but from your close-up it certainly appears to be a sheepsfoot.
It's totally cool, I've never seen anything even similar.
Thanks for the correction!
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