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4 1/8" North Blade. Acquired by Earl Townsend a at the

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4 1/8" North Blade. Morgan Co, IL. Well made. Acquired by Earl Townsend and his Father at the Dr. Rollin Bunch sale in the late 19940's. From a cache of 50. Pictured in the Jan. 2015 Townsend Auction Catalog (#172. Putty COA
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4 1/8" North Blade. Acquired by Earl Townsend a at the

Estimate $450 - $600Apr 06, 2019
Starting Price $20
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