Early Mottled Green Celluloid Leg Pocketknife w/ Stanhope Lens Peephole by Clark
This very old figural leg with metal boot pocketknife was made in USA about 1900. The handles are made of mottled green celluloid and are in typical condition for a 100 year old knife. There is some small cracks in the celluloid & a few small pieces are missing. It has one carbon steel spear point blade that is sharpened but in very nice condition. The blade has a long pull that is commonly found on these vintage pattern knives. Please see the photos. The tang is stamped "CLARKS XLT CUTLERY". There have been no repairs made to this knife nor has it been cleaned, but rather left in it's original state. The boot bolster is nickel or German silver. The stanhope peep lens that shows a microscopic photos of a hot nude girl strutting around in an open coat that's very short. This one has someething for every taste as you can see naked breast and bit of butt-cheek. The image is clear and original. It's a nice little knife in general good condition about 2 & 3/4" inches long when closed. The liners are brass.