<P>Queen Bicentennial Commemorative 1776-1976 Daddy Barlow Knife With Wood Display, Unused. Unsharpened. This one is serial numbered 002112 of 15,000. Nickel silver bolsters, brass liners, black composition grips. 5" closed with single clip point blade. Left side of blade is photo etched with 1776-1976 within 13 stars, and the left tang has the Queen's Crown Q stamp with 76. The blade has no issues and is in perfect condition. The left bolster has the same Queen's Crown Q stamp with 76, and the right bolster has the serial number 002112. The bolsters have some light dings and scratches with a couple of small spots of discoloration. There is supposed to be a metal insert in the left grip which is a replica of the historic Bennington Flag with 76 on it, which is missing. the grips have some light scratches and dings. The wood block display is hollowed out on the front for the knife to rest and has a sticker on the front that reads "1776-1976 Queen salutes The Bicentennial". On the reverse of the wood display is another larger sticker with the serial number and a full description of the knife and the historic significance for which the knife was made. Condition Very Good Plus (because of the missing flag inset on the grip). </P> <P><SPAN class=pgray><FONT color=#333333 size=2 face=Arial></FONT></P> <P></SPAN> </P>
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