These came in the POS exchange, but I would not call any of these a POS.
I hated to get my smartphone out, but it does take a better picture than the flip phone.
6OT. I have one of these, but it's like new and I don't carry it. This one has been carried, this one has been used. It will be put to work this weekend when I have to do some fence work. Of the LB-7 variants, it's my favorite.
752 Penknife; Carter-Traveller Company Gastonia NC. These 752s are just the right size for EDC, at 3 1/2" closed. They have wide, but thin blades that are easy to keep a great edge on.
What surprised me is that a form of Carter-Traveller is still in business today, as AB Carter, still making fiber mill equipment. You'd think, with most of the fiber mills closed and long-gone, (the last one around here in existence, Jefferson Yarns in Pulaski shut down three years ago, and was recently demolished) their business would not be that good. But then again, they have offices in five countries.