In surprisingly good condition, this Katrinaed outdoor knife was recently un-storaged, reviving the memories of a brother who had leather-wrapped the handle of the Japanese knife he inherited from his World War II veteran father. He also handmade the cloth wrapper.
In surprisingly good condition, this Katrinaed outdoor knife was recently un-storaged, reviving the memories of a brother who had leather-wrapped the handle of the Japanese knife he inherited from his World War II veteran father. He also handmade the cloth wrapper. Kat Bergeron Special to the Sun Herald
In surprisingly good condition, this Katrinaed outdoor knife was recently un-storaged, reviving the memories of a brother who had leather-wrapped the handle of the Japanese knife he inherited from his World War II veteran father. He also handmade the cloth wrapper. Kat Bergeron Special to the Sun Herald

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