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I love this knife. I got it about a month ago. It was at an antique store listed as a letter opener. It has history and is odd. Kissing Crane logo with a Sheffield England make. I think it is from the 1840's -1860's and was a lady of the night knife. 

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I posted it here as I do not know now if it is French, English or an American repo from the time period?

It is a beauty!  Any markings?

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