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    Posted 12 years ago

    lawat56
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    THIS A KNIFE THAT I GOT AT AUCTION MANY YEARS AGO AND THE MAN THAT OWNED IT SAID IT BOUGHT AT A INDIAN POST IN AZ. WHERE THE GUY MADE SOME REALLY NICE KNIFES ,BUT HE DID NOT KNOW HIS NAME , SO IF ANYONE COULD ID THIS MARK , THE KNIFE IS 7 1/2 INS LONG AND 1 1/2 INS HIGH AND 3/4 INS THICK ,I WOULD THANK YOU VERY MUCH LAWAT56

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    Comments

    1. YardSaleDave, 12 years ago
      That would be the stamp of Mineral Mountain Hatchet Works.
    2. YardSaleDave, 12 years ago
      Link to their web page. http://www.mineralmountain.com/
    3. lawat56 lawat56, 12 years ago
      thanks for in the info , now just look and see if i see anything like mine , again thanks lawat56

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