Here's another one for the stamp collection.
Again, ANY and ALL help is welcome and encouraged with these stamps.
Your observations and feedback are a tremendous help
This stamp has the post war ('45 -'55) arm & hammer image. However the "USA" is stamped sideways.
The stamp on the pen blade also differs from the usual patten stamps.
Is it possible that this is a "prototype" stamp used after USA was added to the stamp following WWII?
Maybe a first production run before a decision was made to use the vertical USA stamping?
What do you think?
I've got a camouflage knife, but I can't find it.......
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