This is one of my older knives, in fact I think only my early 1900s Soldier’s knife is older than this one. It has roughly the same configuration as the modern day Spartan so that’s what I am calling it, though years ago these knives probably only had a model number.
I think this knife is from the 1940s. A good indication is the “lobster claw” type can opener that was only available for a small period of time and that was replaced by the modern version in 1951. Other nice vintage features are the triangular awl, a beefier large blade with a thicker spine than current knives, a clip point small blade and a five-turn, fluted corkscrew. The bottle opener is of a different design as well and the liners are nickle silver instead of aluminum.