Square Knots

Here is the knotty list.

Square knots are worn above the left shirt pocket to recognize specific training, honorary awards, earned awards, and heroic actions.  The Boy Scouts of America have changed the square knot color and some designs to match the ever-changing uniforms.  Some of the more scarce old-style knots have been reproduced over the years by many individuals. Those changes were made to match uniform colors and styles no longer supported by the BSA. There are also "spoof" square knots listed in this category.

Commissioner Knot
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Commissioner Knot


Commissioner Knot. Custom Unofficial BSA knot. Made by the Great Salt Lake Council.  Standard size knot. Mint condition.

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