Lloyd fish

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Lloyd fish shield jack knife with rag micarta. Light use and handling, no patina. I’d call the snap a pincheable 6.
$315

Lloyd rabbit skinner in Westinghouse ivory paper micarta. Carry, maybe a couple light signs of that, but in very good condition. Stiffer, but pincheable snap on this one. I’d call it a 7.
$old

Lloyd large trapper in jigged brown bone. Big knife and very well done, the jigging is beautiful. Never used. Snap here is a 5 to me, easily pincheable.
$old

GEC 488117 Blueberry jig
This was one that I had searched for, for some time. Really great blue, a true “blueberry” to my eyes. Has some light use and patina. Hard to let go, but I think I prefer my cardinal red 48. Nice snap here, I don’t think I’d call it pincheable.
$old

GEC 380321 burnt orange jig
This is a second one for me and I just need the funds right now over a safe queen. BNIT and haven’t had the wedge sit proud on this one like my bloodwood.
$old
 
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Can you send me an email at Spudz762 at {redacted} dot com. I have a question about the Lloyd Rabbit knife. Thanks in advance!
 
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