Knife withdrawn from private collection presumably dating back to the first half of the 1980s - overall in good condition - knife still has factory sharpening, but now ineffective - has a couple of small scratches on the blade and a few small marks on the guard - comes with Randall handcrafted leather sheath in excellent condition - Checked and certified by our in-house lab.
Randall's Model 11 was designed in 1952 by Tommy Thompson, noted Alaskan guide. An otima blade for skinning big game, it features a serrated top of the blade to facilitate thumb placement and prevent thumb slippage.
Intended use: hunting/collecting
Type of production: handcrafted
Country of manufacture: USA
Blade: O-1 carbon steel
Blade finish: satin-finished
Handle: deer antler, with brass guard
Blade length: 855mm.
Blade thickness: 4mm.
Total length: 195mm.
Balance: set back, at 2cm.
Notes: knife withdrawn from private collection, overall in good condition
|Country of production||Usa|
|Blade Tip||Drop point|
|Blade thickness||4 mm|
|Blade Finish||None (Satin / Stonewashed)|
|Materials and Finishes||8|