I've never thought much about knot tying. I mastered shoelaces and have never been alone near a boat or on a farm. My husband, David though is an Eagle scout so he really appreciates this! I think he knows about a dozen of the 57 knots on display.
But now, our curated collection of Americana includes a large Display of Knots Board, each knot meticulously tied and nicely labeled. They go for quite a lot of money if in good vintage condition.
Provenance: Found 2018 in southern Kansas. Likely made +50 years ago by a rural Kansan who really knew their knots. There's a post-WWII vibe about it.