This is an even older predecessor of the current Spartan model. It was made in the 1950s and it was probably known as model 234. It has a shackle (or bail) instead of a key ring, the older, triangular type reamer and a clip point small blade. Note the exposed rivets.
October 5, 2011
This is a Victorinox pocket knife that is basically an older version of the current Spartan model. It has a Victoria Officier Suisse tang stamp, a clip point small blade and a 5 turn corkscrew with groove dating it somewhere in the 1970s I think. The Victorinox shield on the front is made of nickle … Read more
This is a vintage Victoria stamped pocket knife from I think the 1960s. It measures 84mm and is simply known as model 72 H. The scales are made of genuine horn (hence the letter H). The knife has a large and small blade and the rather uncommon long nail file on the back. Note that … Read more
This red Victorinox Executive comes with smooth alox scales. It differs slightly from the gold Executive I posted almost a year ago: this one has the Victoinox cross and shield on the front, it has a key ring and it has no Victoria tang stamp, making it a little younger than the gold Victoria one. … Read more