Heritage, Volume 2, Number 4, Fall 1985 Page: 35

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sake, the "Bowie Knife."
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Alamo, each Knife reveals the famed power,
i&lnce, and unique detail which earned the "Bowie" its
legendary stature in the heritage of American history. Accompanying
each knife is a full leather presentation sheath emblazoned
with the legend of the knife in classic gold leaf. Alo
included is a detailedfunacionasdusmawal, abatttlemfe7n he
Alamo. and a signed and sealed certificate of authenticity.
Alamo Bowie Knife & Presentation Sheath $85 00
(see order form for optional payment plan)

vidually hand crafted and
i;hand finished, each commemorative
Alamo Bowie is further
enriched and beset with this 18
karat gold-plated Alamo coin.
This finely minted coin enjewels
the image of an American
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