Historic knives to be sold Saturday

Only 50 pieces of this Case Peanut knife, made with wood from the white oak near Abraham Lincoln’s birthplace, will be sold early Saturday morning at Bourbon and Blades in Radcliff.

Knife collectors will have the chance to buy a piece of Kentucky history Saturday at Bourbon and Blades in Radcliff.

Fifty knives made with wood from the Boundary Oak tree, a white oak which was less than 150 yards from the cabin Abraham Lincoln was born in, will be sold for $499.95 each.

Seth Dukes can be reached at 270-505-1413 or sdukes@thenewsenterprise.com.

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