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    A Mickey Rourke Folding Knife from "The Expendables." 12-3/8 inches in overall length with a 5 inch clip-point blade marked: ESPADA to left side and COLD STEEL / TAIWAN to the right. Handle features composite black grip panels with finger grooves and steel end cap. Belt clip marked: COLD STEEL. Showing scattered handling scuffs and scratches; used by the star as "Tool."

    "When Mickey Rourke agreed to play the character of Tool, we were very fortunate. I thought it would be interesting to show him possessing great skill as a knife man. He challenges Jason Statham to a game of skill early on in the film and this is the knife that he defeats Jason with, by throwing it dead center at the Expendable logo target."


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2015
    18th-20th Friday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 16
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