Highly Collectible 1976 Bicentennial Series
"AMERICAN EAGLE KNIVES"
Introduced by a Savoy Chattanooga, Tennessee Businessman and Entrepreneur
"JAMES F. PARKER"
Controversial American Eagle Knives have been the point of many a conversation
in private and in the public mostly because of their Tang Stamp and who actually Owned the rights to them.
Also included in many arguments over the years is
whether Schrade Walden or Schrade Cutlery Manufactured these little works of art.
Occasionally a savoy collector will come along and actually give testimony to
"Imperial Knife Co. filling the order"
Either way and in all instances of discussion they were and are a
Mr. James F. Parker
These knives are in rare form in their original packaging with their original paperwork
You can find them singularly or in a 5 knife Presentation
but hardly ever will you find them in their prospective packaging and in a complete Set.
Very Collectible and only one of 12,000 in each instance released every three months.
All in the Traditional Stockman Pattern with Past Presidents and other Notables.
Each with it's own
"American Revolutionary Motif"
Stamped in the American Eagle Shield on the Front Handle of Each Knife.
Also Denoted are The Names associated with the selected Motifs on the Blade Inscriptions.
This is a rare opportunity to own a part of the American history
Part of the now Defunct
Schrade Cutlery Company History.
AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY KNIVES
TO PICK FROM
#1- Patrick Henry (E-1)
#2- John Adams (E-2)
#3- Nathan Hale (E-3)
#4- Thomas Jefferson (E-4)
#5- George Washington (E-5)
Each has a different Motif on the American Eagle Shield on the front handle. Each has the Past Notable Person Associated with it Inscribed within the Banner of the American Eagle inscription that appears on the main blade of each knife.
Each Knife has a different color Handle Material that is made of Delrin.
Each Knife has never been used, carried or sharpened and each is of the Schrade USA Premium Stockman 3 blade variety or pattern which is 4" closed.