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Username Post: 9" coricama inoxid for sale        (Topic#867285)
scottinmd
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12-20-09 01:01.13 - Post#2010976    













$400 firm. ill pay shipping. pictures pretty much say it. the tip picture is to show a very slight bend where it was dropped at some time.i dont believe it has been sharpened before. i got this as part of an estate i bought out. im not a collector. but i have asked around to get an idea of price.

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Woodstock
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12-20-09 07:28.02 - Post#2011202    


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Asked around where? Seeing as though you are not a collector, you may want to do some more research. What approximate year was this knife built?
 
topali
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12-20-09 20:03.07 - Post#2011698    


    In response to scottinmd



9'' ITALIAN CORICAMA POCKET KNIFE

http://www.worthpoint.com/worthoped...

Navaja Italiana Coricama Cachas De Asta $ 600

http://articulo.mercadolibre.com.ar...

1950s Switchblades-Where Were They Bought?

http://www.talkblade.info/viewtopic...

Some information ...

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Ken Whitfield
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12-21-09 08:05.49 - Post#2012080    


    In response to scottinmd

Your knife is a later knife (early 1960's or so) made for the South American countries like Argentina and has some problems that hurt its value. The bend in the blade for one, and the blade peaks. It is not a picklock, but a later bolster release with a flat ground blade with a swedge. The Coricama knives that bring the big bucks are the earlier 1950's picklock versions and that is for knives without the problems. $400 might be wishful thinking. Lastly, I think you are in the wrong forum to be selling a knife. Merry Christmas!
 
topali
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12-21-09 08:29.12 - Post#2012102    


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Mr.Scottinmd us asking for help following the recommendation, made on another forum, by users. They say that we can to help him. I think that we can try ...
 
marcinek
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12-21-09 09:11.56 - Post#2012144    


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  • topali Said:
Mr.Scottinmd us asking for help following the recommendation, made on another forum, by users. They say that we can to help him. I think that we can try ...



No....he is trying to sell the knife. Look at the thread title..."9" coricama inoxid for sale".

Sales outside of the "For Sale" forums is not allowed.
"Why use an ox-cleaver to carve a chicken?" - Confucius




 
topali
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12-21-09 09:23.02 - Post#2012154    


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http://forums.gunbroker.com/topic.a...
 
marcinek
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12-21-09 09:49.27 - Post#2012190    


    In response to topali

So what?

The thread is called "9" coricama inoxid for sale"

The first thing he says in it is "$400 firm. ill pay shipping."

He is attempting to sell the knife.

Which he is perfectly welcome to do in the "For Sale" Forum, if he pays the commission.
"Why use an ox-cleaver to carve a chicken?" - Confucius




 
Woodstock
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12-21-09 10:00.51 - Post#2012206    


    In response to Ken Whitfield

  • Ken Whitfield Said:
Your knife is a later knife (early 1960's or so) made for the South American countries like Argentina and has some problems that hurt its value. The bend in the blade for one, and the blade peaks. It is not a picklock, but a later bolster release with a flat ground blade with a swedge. The Coricama knives that bring the big bucks are the earlier 1950's picklock versions and that is for knives without the problems. $400 might be wishful thinking. Lastly, I think you are in the wrong forum to be selling a knife. Merry Christmas!



Good call, Ken ! This makes me miss the old Automatic Knife Resource Guide and Newsletter which is no longer published. They had great articles on the subtleties of Italian Autos. Some real interesting topics. I remember an article where they discussed refurbishing an old stiletto and wether it made sense from a cost / benefit viewpoint. That one in the article peeked also. I hate it when my tip peeks!


Edited by Woodstock on 12-21-09 10:04.52. Reason for edit: No reason given.
 
Ken Whitfield
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12-25-09 11:37.45 - Post#2015161    


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  • Woodstock Said:
Good call, Ken ! This makes me miss the old Automatic Knife Resource Guide and Newsletter which is no longer published. They had great articles on the subtleties of Italian Autos. Some real interesting topics. I remember an article where they discussed refurbishing an old stiletto and wether it made sense from a cost / benefit viewpoint. That one in the article peeked also. I hate it when my tip peeks!



From what I am hearing there will be a new publication coming out soon. I will post more as more information becomes available.
 


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