Lone Ranger Pocket Knife
Lone Ranger Pocket Knife
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The Lone Ranger has been around since the early 1930's. This pocket knife appears to be from the 1940's with a white pearlescent handle. One side is embossed with the likenesses of the masked mand and Silver (his trusty steed), "The Lone Ranger" and "HI-YO SILVER" along with the copyright information TLR, INC. The opposite side includes a 3-D "silver bullet" and the name of the store the item was purchased at "Rail City Museum Sandy Pond, N.Y." Knife is 3" long folded, about 6" extended.

The side with The Lone Ranger on it is slightly worn (Silver has fared the worst). There has been some infiltration of rust on the outside metal pieces. The blade and can opener have been used but is not knicked on either surface. There is a little rust on the blade which could be worked out, if the purchaser wishes. Knife was made by Camco USA
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