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Yes indeed, and an interesting piece of history to boot :) Thank you, they certainly did. Stan Shaw made one for his granddaughter, when she joined the Girl Guides, and they took it off of her o_O I read an article about the early history of the Usual Girl Guides/Girl Scouts, which was very interesting. Here's another Guide knife, which varies slightly again. I suspect it belonged to a girl called Harriet :)

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Here's another more recent Nowill small Yachting Knife.

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Very fine examples Jack!
That's very sad to hear about them confiscating Stan's granddaughter's knife.
 

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Very cool thread, just went through the four pages - full of very interesting knives. I didn’t think I had many metal knives until your photo’s stimulated my brain! Here are some of mine. OH
Surely most every old Soldier has a MILSPEC knife - Camillus 1966.
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Of course the Swiss improved on the idea - ALOX.
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Buck Knives has offered their share of both tiny and heavy duty Lockbacks. Gents knife here. OH
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