These knives speak for themselves. One of the finest knives I've ever owned. This one got carried and used. I've realized that the hardest part about owning a knife as nice as a Chris Reeve Sebenza (after accepting how much you spent) is that first little scratch or scuff. After that, it's now broken in and ready to be used. I've taken care of the hard part for you. The handle has marks and scuffs on both sides, you can see the variety of character marks in the photos. The blade is in beautiful shape, though it has been sharpened, (my own work on a Lansky, ending with sapphire and polishing paste on a leather strop cartridge). Anyways, take a look at the photos, and see the condition it's in, and figure out if you want one of the nicest knives produced, already broken in and ready to be used.
Includes the knife, box, all paperwork and the wrenches and lanyard pin it came with.