1989 Elkin Centennial, Tri-county Sertoma knife
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#1 Feb 10, 2009
Hi, I sell and collect pocketknives as a hobby. I've just acqiured a Case trapper, that has a covered bridge, and 1889-1989 Elkin Centennial. I've been told it was made for the Tri-county Sertoma.
Anyone know anything about this knife and its history? Whats a Sertoma?
Its numbered #027. It was bought on e-bay from a seller in Modesa, Cali. I now have it in Bremen, Ga.
Thanks for any info?
#2 Jul 22, 2013
I have one also with stag handles,was wondering what it is worth? I think the # on mine is #009. Anyone know its worth, beautiful knife?
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