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Fighting rooster gold stockman knives with mermaid, peacock,fighting roosters, climbing vines and roses on handle wanted to complete collection

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since i posted several days ago i have found 2 sets of the three needed. now i have the blue & black peacock,blue & black mermaid,blue & red rose. need the last 3 colors to complete set

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