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steve schmidt

Knife value???

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I have a knife, a Cattaraugus hunting knife that my grandfather owned. I am now 60, have had the knife for about 25 years. I have no idea how long my grandfather had it.

It is about 12 inches long (opened and has a pair of dice showing a 4 and a 3 in it. It is in very good condition. Anyone out there have any book on knives that can tell me if it has any value? I know their is a miscellaneous forum and will post there as well, but since it is a "hunting knife" I thought I would post here as well.

Any info would be appreciated.

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Oh, the serial number is 12839

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