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PostPosted: Sun Oct 16, 2011 5:24 pm 
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I have not seen one of these posted before. It has the knife and key chain in a nice box, I have the cardboard sleeve it came in too and it`s marked $22.50 :o


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 16, 2011 6:41 pm 
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I have a few. Jr has a few also. Cool knives tho! ;)
The sleve on mine is 22.50 also. The stockman is 25.00
I was wondering if they came from the factory marked so I guess they did?


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 16, 2011 9:11 pm 
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I have not seen one of these posted before. It has the knife and key chain in a nice box, I have the cardboard sleeve it came in too and it`s marked $22.50 :o

i have the stockman set. have had it several years, but it had no price on it. i have been told the shields on these were gold, but it sure looks like brass to me!-anybody know for sure if it's gold?????


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 16, 2011 9:53 pm 
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The shields are brass. They look good but not that good LOL ;)

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Too cool! ::tu::

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 16, 2011 11:20 pm 
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Thanks for posting your knives Gino ::tu::

I did not know there was another different model.

The shields are definitely not gold.

Wish they were :D Image

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I have the medallion and a few other items from the Camillus 100th Anniversary;
Courtesy of Dennis Ellingsen of the Oregon Knife Collectors Association.


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Dennis gave me a few stickers and a box of the matches.




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Now I need to find the knives to go with the stickers and matches. ::hmm::

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I saw one of the boxed stockman's in a pawn shop last week. I thought it looked identical to a Buck 301 I own (1970 vintage) with white handles in lieu of black, even the shield has the same shape as a Buck.

Ps What price should I offer for the stockman I saw?

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Well, I couldn't find it but I thought I remembered someone saying this #72 was one of the 100th anniversary knives Camillus put out. Please correct me if that is not true.


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Well, I couldn't find it but I thought I remembered someone saying this #72 was one of the 100th anniversary knives Camillus put out. Please correct me if that is not true.

that's it, jerry, i have one i've had for 10 years. do you have the special box and certificate? the box has the blade etch scene on the inside of the lid and there's a certificate that says 1 of 2000


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jerryd6818 wrote:
Well, I couldn't find it but I thought I remembered someone saying this #72 was one of the 100th anniversary knives Camillus put out. Please correct me if that is not true.

that's it, jerry, i have one i've had for 10 years. do you have the special box and certificate? the box has the blade etch scene on the inside of the lid and there's a certificate that says 1 of 2000

Ah Ha!! As soon as I saw your name on the post, I remembered that you were the one I heard this from. Thank you.

I bought it off eBay and only got the knife. They would probably have wanted a brazillion dollars for it if they had the box and paperwork and knew what it is.

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jerryd6818 wrote:
carrmillus wrote:
jerryd6818 wrote:
Well, I couldn't find it but I thought I remembered someone saying this #72 was one of the 100th anniversary knives Camillus put out. Please correct me if that is not true.

that's it, jerry, i have one i've had for 10 years. do you have the special box and certificate? the box has the blade etch scene on the inside of the lid and there's a certificate that says 1 of 2000

Ah Ha!! As soon as I saw your name on the post, I remembered that you were the one I heard this from. Thank you.

I bought it off eBay and only got the knife. They would probably have wanted a brazillion dollars for it if they had the box and paperwork and knew what it is.

jerry, i got mine off of ebay, too, but it was way before they went out of business in 2007-i think i paid less than $30.00 for it, and it and the box are mint!- i probably couldn't afford to bid on one now!-seems like the day after they went out of business, the prices skyrocketed!!


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Just like authors and artists, once they breath their last their work becomes much more desirable and valuable. I think I gave somewhere around $30 including shipping for this one. I didn't know it was 100th anniversary when I bought it. I noticed after I had it in hand, it has a very hard to see (get out the magnifying glass) pin crack at the mark side rocker pin. :(

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