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Girl Scout Knife - Fixed Blade
The first official Girl Scout fixed blade knife
was offered January 1926 by the
Cattaraugus Cutlery Company of New York
with a 3 1/2" blade with the trefoil on the blade.
Trefoil on the blade
Marble Arms & Mfg. Company of Michigan
Remington Arms Company
Late 1930's trade ads showing that this knife was sold in a "gift box" set and sold in bulk.
The inventory number 13-253 remains the same going forward to a similar looking knife of 1953 that is known to be Schrade Walden. The difference is in the handle (this one appears slimmer), the pommel, and the trefoil is missing on the blade.
Likely Schrade Walton
Although the inventory number remained the same, this knife & sheath are clearly different from the 1953 model
Research shows that Schrade Walton were the makers of the final fixed blade Girl Scout knife, from 1965 thru 1969. Inventory number remained the same 15-254.