|CIVIL WAR BATTLES BLUE BONE TRAPPER CASE
Individually serialized and one of only 3000 made, this highly collectable Case Blue Bone Trapper commemorates the Famous Battles Of The Civil War.
Handcrafted in the U.S.A., this classic American Case Trapper is about 4 1/8 inches long(folded/closed) and weighs approximately 3.7 ounces. The handle is jigged Navy Blue Bone with a Nickel Silver Red Oval Case XX Inlay shield. The bolsters are Nickel Silver etched with "C.S." , "U.S." and serial number. This knife utilizes a 3 1/4" Clip blade and 3 1/4" Spey blade.
Stamped with pattern number 6254 SS, the blade material is Tru-sharp Surgical Stainless Steel etched with "Famous Battles of the Civil War" and "Chickamauga * Shiloh * Antietam * Vicksburg * Bull Run * Fort Sumter * Gettysburg".
The knife is presented with "Famous Battles Of The Civil War" Collector's Box And Certificate of Authenticity. This Trapper is a professional-grade tool that comes with a Limited Lifetime Manufacturer's Warranty. So, whether you're hunting for authentic cutlery to collect, a top quality knife to give as a gift, or a superior tool to use, don't pass this one up! Handcrafted in the U.S.A.
• Closed Length: 4-1/8 inches
• Clip blade Length: 3-1/4 inches
• Spey blade: 3-1/4 inches
• Blades: Tru-sharp Surgical Stainless Steel
• Handle Material: Navy Blue Bone
• Individually Serialized
• Weight: 3.7 oz
• Collector Box & Cert. of Authenticity
Manufacturing knives in the USA since 1889, W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Company continues to dominate as an American cutlery classic. This is because Case Cutlery still relies on old-fashioned but proven techniques for unmatched quality, craftsmanship and attention to detail. Using only high quality materials, every Case XX knife displays durability AND personality. Handmade Case knives still remain the most treasured and sought after by users and collectors alike.
|"No man is good enough to govern another man without the other's consent" - Abraham Lincoln
As the leader of the moderate faction of the Republican party, Lincoln confronted Radical Republicans who demanded harsher treatment of the South, War Democrats who called for more compromise, antiwar Democrats called Copperheads who despised him, and irreconcilable secessionists who plotted his death. Six days after the surrender of Confederate commanding general Robert E. Lee, Lincoln was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth, a noted actor and Confederate sympathizer.