If you were a boy growing up in the early 60's, this was the knife you wanted, and your friends wanted, and it came in a little leather pouch that went on your belt, and boy oh boy did you want that for cub camp, but somehow that didn't happen and you never did get that knife and gradually as you got older you thought of it less and less until eventually you stopped thinking about it at all. Fast forward (picture this in black and white: pages flying off calendars, year after year) to about 8 or 9 years ago and Hannah and I are at the Kamloops Gun Show, where she spots it: missing the corkscrew arm, rusty, but otherwise, there it IS, for the princely sum of $8!!! Most of the edges are blunt, but I did test the scissors and they worked just fine. The odd thing about it is, other than the "STAINLESS STEEL" stamps on the fork and spoon, there are no other markings whatsoever. Looking back, I'm remembering a certain reluctance on my Dad's part to finance this particularly shining example of the knifemaker's art. I can't imagine why… Anyway, for now it hangs from a nail just over my desk, and it makes me smile every time I look at it.