$300 -- insured to your door. Still would be interested in trade. Regards, Lynnsky Back in the 70's I bought a handmade knife from a fellow near my home who made unique, one-of-a-kind knives. I have been the sole owner and have never used it other than to polish, sprinkle some oil into the scabbard, and admire it. It is a four and half inch drop point Damascus steel skinner with bronze tang and butt plate, white caribou handle, and a custom made rawhide scabbard. Everyone who has seen it has stated they've never seen Damascus steel like this. My camera doesn't begin to show the beauty of it. Dale told me it was like a "self sharpening" knife and to be careful even when just wiping it down or polishing it. Apparently, as you use the knife, edges keep coming up that are sharp and, in effect, the knife indeed just keeps bringing up these new sharp edges from the steel and there's no need for frequent sharpening. Old timers around here say this knife is worth six hundred. I'm going to have to ask for five, OBO. I know it's not much, but I'll go the shipping. [center]Photos below in next post courtesy of GoldenLoki[/center] nLoki! Regards, Lynnsky P.S. Got a trade? Might be interested -- ask away. I find myself -- for the first time in many many years -- without a handgun in nine millimeter. I am very interested in a HC P-32. The elusive Kahr 380 is of interest as well.