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FOR SALE Early Bali-Song USA Butterfly Knife Balisong Dagger Blade

Discussion in 'For Sale: Folding Knives (Individual)' started by Great-Estates-Online, Jan 6, 2017.

  1. Great-Estates-Online

    Great-Estates-Online

    5
    Jan 5, 2017
    This is an early Bali-Song USA Butterfly knife. It shows minor ware . Some bright marks and scratches are evident upon close inspection. Blade looks great. It comes with Cocoon case that may not be original to the knife. I am unable to conclusively date this knife and do not know a lot about it.. If anyone could provide additional info I would be appreciative.




    Overall Length Open: 7.5”
    Blade Length: 3 1/2”
    Closed Length: 4 3/8”


    $550.00 OBO
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  2. tyr_shadowblade

    tyr_shadowblade

    Jan 3, 2006
    Looks like it might be a Pacific Cutlery model from the early 1980s... possibly a hand ground custom, but not a Sampson. Do you know if the handles are steel or aluminum?
     
  3. Great-Estates-Online

    Great-Estates-Online

    5
    Jan 5, 2017
    I appreciate your help.
    I just checked and the handles are non-magnetic, so I believe that makes them aluminum.
    I will attach a photo of the label on the other side of the blade.
    Also I am willing to adjust the price to a true value if you have any suggestions.
    Thanks again

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