Summary: this is a Vietnam Era Randall Model #14 and riveted Johnson sheath in gorgeous shape. I’m 99% certain the knife was sent back to the shop for a spa treatment as the blade is just too damn pretty! The knife has a 7-1/2" blade, large brass hilt, and fingered black micarta handle with unlined thong hole with lanyard. The RMK trademark stamp is crisp. Light lengthwise marks high up on the blade on the backside from sheath insertion, they’re really only visible if you turn the knife in direct light. Light patina / tarnish on the guard from sheath storage, no scratches on the black micarta handle.

The condition of the sheath is equal to the knife: excellent+++ and appears not to have been carried on a belt. I carefully picked away a bit of verdigris from around the rivets, other than that it's all original. A bit of darkness at the throat from past knife storage, the roughback portion of the sheath is absolutely gorgeous. All stitching is solid, an unused white Soft Arkansas sharpening stone is in the front pouch.

7 photos for review -- as shown, a black canvas Randall Made Knives carry case is included. This is a neat package at a fair price – a very honest example of a Vietnam era Randall knife. Thanks and good luck.