Some more really nice fossil walrus ivory tusk sections.

Mark Knapp

Dealer - Purveyor
Here are some nice fossil walrus ivory tusk sections for hidden tang knives. It is best to let them acclimate to your area for a little while, some well known makers will hold them for a year. I am happy to answer any questions about the stuff or working with it. It is guaranteed to be legal (except in California, New York, New Jersey and Hawaii, so you guys can't buy any!) and naturally colored. Happiness is guaranteed, if you find you can't use it when you get it in your hands, return it for your purchase price back, please do that within seven days. I take all the normal forms of payment, Paypal, checks, or credit cards over the phone. The prices shown will be plus shipping and insurance, I ship using USPS flat rate shipping where I can, I ship anywhere it is legal and charge only the actual shipping charges. You may PM me, email me or call me on the phone (though sometimes I have loud machines running and can't hear it).

Overseas orders will need a CITES permit. We do not declare lower values on customs forms.

Spend a $1,000.00 and get a 15% discount.

**Something new** - please be sure to check out our website www.markknappcustomknives.com for more excellent pieces of mammoth ivory scales, interior mammoth ivory, musk ox horn, mammoth ivory scraps, and Fossil Walrus tusk sections etc.....





No. 31 is a set of scales 4 1/4" long X 2 1/4" wide, and 1/2" thick, asking $325.00
No. 32 is a set of scales 4 5/8" long X 1 3/4" wide and 3/8" thick, asking $375.00
No. 33 is 5" long, 1 7/8" X 1 1/8" on the large end and 1 1/2" X 7/8" on the small end, asking $500.00
No. 34 is 5" long, 1 3/4" X 3/4" on the large end and 1 1/2" X 11/16" on the small end, asking $500.00




No. 35 is 5 5/8" long, 1 3/4" X 13/16 on the large end and 1 1/2" X 5/8" on the small end, asking $325.00
No. 36 is 5 1/4" long, 2" X 1 1/8" on the large end and 1 1/4" X 5/8" on the small end, asking $350.00
No. 37 is 5 1/8" long, 1 5/8" X 7/8" on the large end and 1 1/4" X 5/8" on the small end, asking $350.00 Sold to Gerry
No. 38 is 5 1/8" long, 1 5/8" X 7/8" on the large end and 1 3/8" X 13/16" on the small end, asking $350.00 Sold to TK
No. 39 is 4 5/8" long, 1 5/8 X 15/16 on the large end and 1 3/16 X 5/8 on the small end, asking $500.00
No. 40 is 5" long, 1 5/8" X 15/16" on the large end and 7/8" X 9/16" on the small end, asking $375.00




No. 41 is 4 7/8" long, 1 1/2" X 15/16" on the large end and 1" X 5/8" on the small end, asking $385.00
No. 42 is 4 3/4" long, 1 1/2" X 7/8" on the large end and 7/8" X 1/2" on the small end, asking $325.00
No. 43 is 4 1/2" long, 1 1/2" X 3/4 on the large end and 7/8" X 1/2" on the small end, asking $300.00

Thanks for looking, Mark
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Mark Knapp JS
Custom Knives Fairbanks, Alaska
907-452-7477
www.markknappcustomknives.com

Come see us at table 16,O at Blade Show 2018


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Mark Knapp JS
Custom Knives Fairbanks, Alaska
907-452-7477
www.markknappcustomknives.com

Come see us at table 16,O at Blade Show 201
 
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Kevin Zito

KNIFE MAKER
34 is awesome... well they're all really awesome. When I can make a knife nice enough to have a handle like this, I'll be giving you a shout. These are amazing!


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Mark Knapp

Dealer - Purveyor
34 is awesome... well they're all really awesome. When I can make a knife nice enough to have a handle like this, I'll be giving you a shout. These are amazing!


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Thanks Bud, We'll be here waiting for you.
 

Mark Knapp

Dealer - Purveyor
Do you go out and find those?


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No, I buy them from native people. Where these come from, natives are the only ones legally allowed to collect them and sell them. The Native Claims Settlement Act in 1972 awarded all of St. Lawrence Island to the native people, so it's their land.
 

Kevin Zito

KNIFE MAKER
No, I buy them from native people. Where these come from, natives are the only ones legally allowed to collect them and sell them. The Native Claims Settlement Act in 1972 awarded all of St. Lawrence Island to the native people, so it's their land.
Ok cool. I saw a documentary that explained exactly what you're talking about. I think it was in Siberia though. Really neat.


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