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    Help Identifying a Spyderco

    Hi all, new to the forums. I recently picked up a Spydie that I can't identify. I've had several knife guys I know inspect it and none of us has ever seen one like it.

    The blade does have a Spyderco logo and "Golden Colorado USA" on it.
    The clip has the Spyderco folding knife patent number. The rest looks like a prototype or a custom shop creation to us. So I've come here seeking professional counsel!

    I already posted pics on my blog in higher rez than Sypdercos forums will allow.

    Check it out here..

    http://theknifecollector.wordpress.com/

    Thanks for the help!

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    Bob Terzuola...
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    First collab that Spyderco did also Bob T...C15...

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    Terzuola Jr

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    Thanks guys.

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    Welcome to the forums!
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    Hi MillsKnives,

    Welcome to the Forums! The C19 and C15 are fantastic pieces--and hard to find too, I might add. Enjoy your new knife!
    Michael

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