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Home Products Copper Coin - That's Life - Prototype

Copper Coin - That's Life - Prototype

by Barnes, Gary L.

SKU 1005878

Date Added 04/11/2018

# Available This product is out of stock

Price $95.00


Copper Coin - That's Life - Prototype - Textured Rim - #608 - New from maker.

Product Details

Overall Length 1.5

Weight (oz) 0.8

Source From maker

Additional Specs

About the Maker

Barnes, Gary L.

Gary L. Barnes began making knives professionally in 1975. In 1983 Gary received his Master Bladesmith's rating from the American Bladesmith Society. He's won a whole wall full of "Best of Show" & "Best Knife" awards. He loves to develop new mechanisms and techniques. Gary has developed a wide range of skills which appear on his knives. If it's engraved, carved, etched, extruded, or coined; Gary did it himself.

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