Randall Knives Orlando, Florida sharpening stone. The stone was never used. The actual stone measures 8 inches long, 2 inches wide and 1/2 inch thick. The outer box measures 8 3/4 inches long, 3 inches wide and 1 1/8 inches … Continue reading →
Gorgeous Sambar Stag CASE XX Razor’s Edge Pair of Knives! 5172 SSP Large Clasp Knife! 5111 1/2L SSP Cheetah! No Cracks or Chips on Handles! Just a gorgeous pair of knives! $6.95 USPS Priority Mail Shipping!
New Old Stock RKS2 Randall Knife Society second club edition tan sheath. These were only supplied with one of the 298 Stag handled club knives offered in 1995. Randall Knife Society Logo stamped on the front. Randall Made Knives Logo … Continue reading →
New Old Stock RKS2 Randall Knife Society second club edition black sheath. These were only supplied with one of the 338 Black Micarta handled club knives offered in 1995. Randall Knife Society Logo stamped on the front. Randall Made Knives … Continue reading →
Uber Rare! Even Rarer Than Hen’s Teeth! I*XL Wostenholm Randall Made Knives Model 12-10″ Johnson Rough Back Sheath! The shop only made a few dozen of these I*XL Bowie Knives during the 1960’s! Probably the only single sheath available on … Continue reading →
If you want to dispose of knives, Randall Made or other Custom Maker, you can tell us what you want to dispose of. We will assist you in the best way possible. We can buy it out right from you or we can sell it for you on consignment!
Severance Knives is interested in helping collectors sell and dispose of their items. We will purchase your collectibles or we will take items on consignment to sell for you.
Our normal consignment fee is 35% of the selling price, unless the items are valued under $100 and then our consignment fees are 50%. After thoroughly researching and investigating the market we will always work hard to obtain the highest reasonable and fair price we can for you.
Our many years of experience pays off in this regard. In addition to what we already know, we also do much research and study of all of the items we purchase or sell. In disposing of items, our descriptions and representations are detailed and accurate. This has been one of our “trademarks” from the beginning.
Because of our diversified delivery systems we have the ability to market items efficiently and fairly.