Monarch 'Arsenal Oak' Knife
The knife inlay is made up of 250-year-old wood from the Arsenal Oak once anchored on the grounds of the Augusta Arsenal. Established in 1816, the Arsenal took part in various crusades including the Mexican-American War, Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. The tree stood when President George Washington visited Augusta in 1791 and it provided shade to the poet Stephen Vincent Benét in the early 1900's. The Arsenal Oak was lost to disease in 2004, but today, Windsor is offering a limited edition, William Henry Knife that immortalizes a piece of Augusta history that can now be yours to own.
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