Camillus Boy Scouts of America Four Blade Scout Knife Norman Rockwell Tomorrow's Leaders 1002
Proudly made in the USA
Norman Rockwell was a gangly, 18 year old art student when he walked into the offices of Boy's Life magazine in 1912 looking for work. For more than 60 years afterward, Rockwell served as the visual spokesman for Scouting, bringing its spirit and ideals to life with hundreds of paintings. Most of Rockwell's paintings featured on Scouting merchandize sold today were originally published between 1925 and 1976 in the annual Brown & Bigelow Boy Scout calendars - some of the most popular calendars in American history.
Norman Rockwell - America's greatest artist had a long and distinctive affiliation with the Boy Scouts of America. This Norman Rockwell commemorative knife celebrates the rich and vibrant history of Boy Scout traditions. Official Boy Scouts of America knife - Highly Collectible. The Boy Scout Oath is featured on the opposite side of the knife.
Blade Material: High Carbon Stainless Steel
Handle Material: Lexan
Blade Length: 2-3/8
Closed Length: 3-5/8
Weight: 3 oz
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