Boy Scout Folders by Ulster, Schrade Walden etc..photos..

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G'day, following on from the Boy Scout and Girl Scout Chow Kits I recently submitted I show my Boy Scout,Cub Scout, and Girl Scout Folders and a few variant fixed blades...
The photos speak for themselves....the Craftsman "Forged Steel 9467' etched blade is from the Schrade wall collection.. photos for those interested...Hoo Roo
 

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few more up close and personal..
 

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couple more..
 

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Some of the Boy Scout Schrade/Imperial family knives....Schrade certainly were versatile through the years making knives that appealed to most folk...Hoo Roo
 

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Imperial and Camillus and Ulster USA made some nice official boy scout knives; I don't think Schrade (in the narrow sense of the word) ever did. That red and white fixed blade 147 (and its sheath!) speak to me; I would like to score one of those one day. I have been getting ready to clear out my dear old official bone scout knives from Ulster, Ulster Dwight Divine, Ulster USA, Remington, Imperial and Cattaraugus but I am keeping my Camillus for the car ash tray, and two Craftsman/Schrade/Camillus "scout" knives for my pickup and my bicycle. My very first pocket knife ever was a blue Camillus cub scout utility with a "wolf" badge as a shield. I have three old Schrade Cutco "scout" knives which are way cool, but, as I said, they never made an official knife for the Boy Scouts of America. The books on scout knives by Joseph Richard Kerr, and by Ed Holbrook are fascinating reading.
 
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Schrade made official BSA knives, including the inaccurate repro of BSA 1 in 1985, and some official BSA knives were even branded Schrade, just not "Scout" pattern knives.

Schrade branded BSA knives included:

BSA 1047 "Whittler" (Schrade No. 863) in the 1970's
BSA 1043 (serpentine clip and pen) (Schrade No. 708) 1962-1972 and 1992 [BSA 1900 (serpentine clip and pen with faux stag bone) was introduced in 1992 but branded Camillus]
BSA 1060 "dress knife" (stainless scales/pen and file blades) (Schrade No. 778) 1970's and 1985
above with pewter handle
above with faux pearl handle
BSA 1066 (black faux stag bone clip and pen) 1970's
 

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Thanx for that correction; I had forgotten about those knives. I had even owned one of the 708s at one point. The "scout" pattern of 1985 I think had an Ulster tang stamp, and they did another one to go with it which was a lockback (?) with inlaid handles. I don't know how that one was labeled. I have the 1985 (75th anniversary) cased set around here somewhere if somebody wants one.
 

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The later Schrade/Ulster marked Scout knives were made for them by Camillus.
 
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Hi Old Mate Larry, I thought I was the only one that had time to wast around here.
Send me your new phone number, so we can wast some more time. Ken.
 
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I would post the Camillus S cards for the patterns but my desktop is packed up for now. Perhaps Phil Gibbs or Larry Vickery can post or recite them for us? I think I posted several in the Camillus forum before if someone can conjure those up to post here.
 
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Re-birthed to stimulate further Forum discussion and hopefully more photos of your collections!...Hoo Roo
 
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Re-birthed my original post with photos above of Boy Scout Knives.. for interest/discussion....
 
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Boy Scout Knife photos to stimulate further discussion..re blade combinations....Hoo Roo
 
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