Here is a handy camping pan that packs up compactly, but has a nice long handle once it's all put together, making it easier to cook on an open campfire. It is not an official BSA stamped skillet, but it was acquired with other BSA camping gear and equipment.
Made of lightweight, easy-to-carry-while-hiking aluminum, this has a single large pan on one side, while the opposite side is a split pan for more food options all at once.
8.5" end to end
7.5" side to side
about 2.5" thick
Condition: there is rust evident on the exterior (but not on the cooking surfaces...sorry, we just realized we didn't get a photo of the inside), and there is a wire around one end (instead of the original ring) to hold it packed together.
From the estate of the boy scout who used this in the 1960s, but you don't have to be a scout to enjoy the clever and efficient design of this essential piece of camping gear.