Vintage 1970s D'holder. This knife was hand made by American knife maker D'alton Holder. The knife is in VG to Exc condition and comes with original D'holder leather sheath. Overall length is 5.75". The blade is a 2.5" drop point skinner.
Razor sharp and holds an excellent edge.
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1970s D'holder fixed blade. Handmade by D'Alton Holder. Overall length 5.5".
Blade 2.5" drop point skinner. Razor sharp, it holds a terrific edge. In original leather sheath.
Knife and sheath are in great condition. $475.00
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