26 November 1996,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 150
GBP 100 - GBP 120
Ten combination pocket knives with corkscrews
comprising: a French brass-cased example depicting an accordian player and a netball player, an aluminium cased waiter's friend advertising Grandin champagne, an aluminium cased example depicting penny farthing cyclists, a bone-mounted knife, defective, a multi-tool knife with stag antler mounts, a wood-mounted travelling folding fork with corkscrew, three mother-of-pearl-mounted combination knives, one cracked, and a brass and simulated tortoiseshell-mounted pocket knife (not fitted with corkscrew).
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