Classic SD - Bird-In-Hand, PA
COUNTRY KNIVES EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS –
Celebrating our unique local town names, these Victorinox Classics and Tinkers were designed to be souvenirs of your visit to the Pennsylvania Dutch Country. The key chain sides Classic series were created to show the town names as retro road signs that incorporate PA’s Keystone nickname logo. The larger Tinker displays local artwork that depicting its namesake. Both practical high quality pocketknives and a somewhat whimsical remembrance these knives make the perfect gift.
Have you heard the saying “a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush?” Legend has it that the saying played into this unique town name. Two men were surveying the highway between Philadelphia and Lancaster. Needing a place to stay, they found an inn (a simple log hut), quoted that saying, and stayed for the night. The inn became known as “The Bird-in-Hand,” giving the town its name. The sign outside the inn depicted a man holding a bird, which made it easy for travelers to find. (Resourse: www.discoverlancaster.com)