ORIGINAL VINTAGE RIZZUTO ESTILETO MILANO. 11" AUTOMATIC SWITCHBLADE KNIFE c.1950'S-1960'S NM!

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picklocksrock
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Re: ORIGINAL VINTAGE RIZZUTO ESTILETO MILANO. 11" AUTOMATIC SWITCHBLADE KNIFE c.1950'S-1960'S NM!

Post by picklocksrock »

portlandmike wrote: Mon Dec 07, 2020 6:30 pm While not as common as they use to be they can still be found for sale .. they pop up in the auto groups on FB fairly often ..
Yes that is a very impressive collection, I love it. Such great and unique variations. Anytime I need to know something about Rizuttos, I’m going straight to you!
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Re: ORIGINAL VINTAGE RIZZUTO ESTILETO MILANO. 11" AUTOMATIC SWITCHBLADE KNIFE c.1950'S-1960'S NM!

Post by Military Knives »

YES! You are correct, I agree. I had thought that most of the "Talk Blade" members were knowledgeable regarding auto's since it seems to be the main interest on "Talk Blades". This is an accurate description to state the Rizzuto is "ORIGINAL". As I mentioned I've been selling Allied Military Fighting Knives 1941-1975 in only high condition since 1998 on EBAY with over 4,000 Perfect Feedbacks. I've been in the hobby for 40+ years. See, you're correct as I've never seen a 'Picklock Rizzuto". Very rare I imagine. I've only been collecting high quality Autos for a few years as they are just side distraction for me since I told you the story of when 12, my dad took me on a Day Trip to Tijuana and found many switchblades for sale, mostly Rizzutos I think. Autos are just a reliving of a childhood adventure. I like only high quality autos like Campolin, Beltrone, Latama, etc. And of course Rizzuto's.

By the way, I just sold the Rizzuto on another site for full price.

Best Regards, & Happy Holidays.

~John S. Fischer~
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Re: ORIGINAL VINTAGE RIZZUTO ESTILETO MILANO. 11" AUTOMATIC SWITCHBLADE KNIFE c.1950'S-1960'S NM!

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Military Knife ... Since your a collector, I thought I should let you know it's "Beltrame" not Beltrone
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Re: ORIGINAL VINTAGE RIZZUTO ESTILETO MILANO. 11" AUTOMATIC SWITCHBLADE KNIFE c.1950'S-1960'S NM!

Post by portlandmike »

Military Knives wrote: Tue Dec 08, 2020 5:40 am

By the way, I just sold the Rizzuto on another site for full price on another site.

~John S. Fischer~
Are you sure ? Looks like it’s still up for sale on GunBroker
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