Utica Featherweight Girl Scout Knife – bone handles
PATTERN: Featherweight Girl Scout knife
LENGTH (Closed): 3-3/8”
SHIELD: Girl Scout shield
HANDLES: Jigged bone, I want to call in Rogers bone, but I don’t think it is, though it is very close. It has a greenish tinged to the smooth portions of the bone where it has been hafted. Quite pretty handles!
BLADES: Spear blade with long pull and pen blade
LANYARD LOOP: Has an intact lanyard loop with decorative design at each end of the loop by the pin hole.
TANG STAMPS: UTICA/FEATHERWEIGHT/PAT. APL.
CONDITION: Very Good To Excellent
DAMAGE: Mostly use wear to bolsters and use of blade, patina on blades.
BLADE WEAR: Estimated at 10%
SNAP: Great snap
MADE IN: U.S.A.
ADDITIONAL INFO: I am not a scout knife collector, so I don’t know a great deal about this knife, though I have been aware of them for a number of years. I believe this knife was made with aluminum bolsters and liners as part of a effort to make a lighter weight pocketknife. This would be a nice knife for a Girl Scout or for a collector.
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Item # 32565