PowrKraft - 4 Blade Stockman
MAKER: Appears to have been made by Camillus for Montgomery Wards
PATTERN: Four blade stockman
LENGTH (Closed): 3-7/8”
BOLSTERS: Nickel silver
HANDLES: Composite handles, appears to be Brownstag®
BLADES: Clip, sheepfoot, spey and spiral punch blades
TANG STAMPS: POWRKRAFT/USA
DAMAGE: Normal wear and to carry marks
BLADE WEAR: Estimate 10% blade wear
MADE IN: U.S.A.
ADDITIONAL INFO: PowrKraft knives were made for Montgomery Wards, a large department store that was for many years the main competition of Sears, Roebuck and Co. PowrKraft was the name of many of their knives and also their tool line, intended to compete with Sears Craftsman brand. Most of the PowrKraft pocket knives that I’m aware of were made by Camillus, although some may have been made by Schrade.
I am 98% certain this knife was made by Camillus, probably in the 1950s. The Brownstag® handles are a composite material Camillus used in the 1950s and the spiral punch was also unique to knives made by Camillus. This is a nice addition to a working man’s pocket, priced to sell and be used!
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Item # 40396
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