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The Lanyard Legend

Wednesday, February 14th, 2018:

The lanyard can be traced back to the late 19 th century. It was initially a piece of cable, utilized to protect a jack-knife, utilized as a weapon in war. The lanyard was endured the left shoulder with completion including the knife tucked into the left breast pocket. In 1920 the lanyard was transferred to the best shoulder, merely since of the issue of attempting to eliminate the knife from the pocket beneath the bandolier. In 1933, the knife was gotten rid of totally, and the lanyard ended up being a straight cable, used simply as a decorative product of […] Read More →

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