I bought this knife because it didn't look like any other Camillus I had seen. If it turns out to be a frankenknife, that OK...
I looked through all the 1960s-70s Camillus catalogs that are online, but I couldn't find anything with this combination of attributes. It's a 2-blade serpentine Jack that is a bit under 4 inches closed. It has a spear primary and an odd (at least to me) shaped pen secondary. There is NO model number on either blade. The primary tang is a 3-line italic (196x-7x). The tang of the secondary says "U.S.A." It has an oval shield with NO lettering. It has slanted bolsters and the bottom bolster is slightly pinched. The liners are brass. The handles are jigged - and I'm not sure if it bone or "Cabone". The jigging doesn't look like other Camillus knives I have, and the jigging on the front side looks slightly different than the reverse. What the heck is this?
Poor macro image of the handle material:
"The Luggage had a straightforward way of dealing with things between it and its intended destination: it ignored them." -Terry Pratchett