Rare Clyde Fischer TX made 13 3/8" Subhilt Fighter knife with unique leather sheath (looks like home tanned) 14" overall with snap button. Knife blade is 7 5/8 long x 7/32. " stock x 2 " wide with full tang and wood handle and brass finger guards and pommel. There are couple small cracks in wood on each side.The fulltang design is very well made and completely tight and aligned with the wood handle assembly. Large shaped sub hilt handle is matching the massive size and weight of this knife.
Again well made and rare knife version from Clyde Fischer only one I have ever seen , its not mint but still very collectible with over 50 years of age. The sheath is 14 " x 3 " has marks of having been on a belt and is very flexible , high quality thick material , no signs of dry spots. Button snap is holding, the sheath seems to be all "home made" including the tanning of the leather. The entire knife set weighs 1lbs 8oz.Clyde started making knives in late 50is and this seems to be one of his early works estimated at 1968 -1975. The pictures are part of the description, please ask if you have any questions! Please see my other knives for sale , no gimmicks straight to the point listings and prices! Any reasonable offer is considered! The item "Vintage Clyde Fischer 13 Fighter subhilt knife with unique sheath US handmade" is in sale since Friday, March 23, 2018. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Knives, Swords & Blades\Collectible Fixed Blade Knives\Vintage Fixed Blade Knives\Custom & Handmade". The seller is "sotechsales" and is located in North Prairie, Wisconsin.
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