First Knife of 2021

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ljerr2
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Re: First Knife of 2021

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JV -
Those are absolutely outstanding! Could easily be centerpieces of any collection in my opinion!
Congratulations!!!
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JulesVane
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Re: First Knife of 2021

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ljerr2 wrote: Wed Jan 13, 2021 4:40 pm JV -
Those are absolutely outstanding! Could easily be centerpieces of any collection in my opinion!
Congratulations!!!
Thanks Jerrod! I'm a big fan of all the Renzo Pascotto creations.
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rithvich
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Re: First Knife of 2021

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Two very nice additions Jules!!! So those button open/button close I think were a run of 12. 6 bayo blades and 6 swedge. So you were half right on your guess)

I need one of the regular 13" flatguards like that with Renzo's stamp.
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JulesVane
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Re: First Knife of 2021

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rithvich wrote: Sat Jan 16, 2021 3:23 am Two very nice additions Jules!!! So those button open/button close I think were a run of 12. 6 bayo blades and 6 swedge. So you were half right on your guess)

I need one of the regular 13" flatguards like that with Renzo's stamp.
Thanks for clarifying that Scott! There were some notes that went with the sales from the collection, but not sure the seller quite understood them. Do you happen to recall the year?
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PlatonicSolid
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Re: First Knife of 2021

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rithvich wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 11:52 pm
Jeff this one fires very strong, a new run from 2020.....
Rithvich I don’t remember Angelo mentioning Maestro Pascotto in the description this time or offering these with that stamp on his site. Good score!
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