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Cardboard shipping box has Camillus Cutlery Company markings and notes "1-1/2 Doz. Asst." and model No. "649." Two corners split but VF. Box contains 12x12" stiff cardboard die-cut display for Camco "Super-Jack" pocket knives. c. 1940s. Easel back intact and unused. Scattered traces of oxidation soiling from where knives rested, o/w Exc. Display contains full complement of 18 two-bladed 3" long pocket knives. Six have simulated pearl handles w/blue image of The Lone Ranger/Silver w/"The Lone Ranger - Hi-Yo Silver" text. Twelve are red plastic grips w/matching white images and text. All have tiny "ŠT.L.R., Inc." text. Back side of each knife has raised silver luster bullet and "Rail City Museum - Sandy Pond, N.Y." text. Scattered lt. wear w/a few knives showing lt. traces of oxidation to metal areas. Images/text remain clean and bright. Some minor oxidation to attached loops. VF/Exc. overall. Great display.