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    Robert Shaw "Quint" Hero Machete Used to Cut Barrel Ropes and Stab at the Shark When Being Devoured in Jaws (Universal, 1975). Vintage original hero machete. Measuring 20.25 in. long and 2.75 in. at the beveled blade's widest point. The heavy iron blade is attached to a 6 in. slotted wooden handle riveted by 3-metal bolts. Studio-distressed with oxidized, weathering to iron with stained and worn wooden handle. Highly visible used by "Quint" Robert Shaw in the most intense action sequences aboard the "Orca" including the yellow rope cutting scene when the boat is threatened to be pulled underwater and during the terrifying death scene when "Quint" stabs at the shark's face as he's being swallowed by the gigantic predator. In vintage, screen used fine condition. Comes with a COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    October
    18th Monday
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