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    "Rambo IV" Prototype Gil Hibben Bowie Knife / Machete with Signed Leather Scabbard. 17 inches in overall length with a 11-1/4 inch machete style blade. Top of crossguard marked: RAMBO IV / PROTOTYPE / GIL HIBBEN (in script). Leather wrapped handle. Lanyard hole with leather wrist strap. Contained in Hibben Knives black leather sheath. Back of scabbard inscribed and signed in silver ink: RAMBO IV / PROTOTYPE / CHORD WRAP / (signed) GIL HIBBEN / 10-24-06. Noticeable wear and discoloring present to blade; Gil Hibben sent these prototype knives directly to Stallone for his modification and approval before the final versions were made for film use; Stallone then kept them in his personal collection as he is an avid knife enthusiast.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2015
    18th-20th Friday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 13
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