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    Sylvester Stallone "John Rambo" "throwing" boot knife from Rambo: First Blood Part II. (Carolco, 1985) The 10.25 in. long knife with 5.5-in. blade is one of six used in production, custom-made by renowned knife craftsman Jimmy Lile. The knife blade is crafted of stainless steel and finished in matte black with buffed edges and tapered butt. The ricasso is stamped "LILE / 1 of 6" (in reference to the number created and the builder) on one side, and "RAMBO / THE MISSION" on the reverse. In the film, while Rambo is breaking the POW out of the village he encounters a guard while standing in shallow water; he quickly pulls this style of knife from his boot, throws it and hits the guard in the chest. Includes brown leather scabbard. Knife exhibits moderate wear with light oxidation to blade and scuffing to handle. Provenance: This knife was gifted by Stallone to weapons consultant/technical advisor Tony Maffatone and comes with a signed letter of provenance from Maffatone's daughter.

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    December, 2018
    11th Tuesday
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