This is an unusual Victorinox Money Clip. This model is usually only available with red or silver alox scales, although olive green an black also exist (and possibly others). This blue one was part of a 100 piece limited run for Austrian dealer knives-shop.at. Thanks Jan for getting me one of these!

These Victorinox Spartans are pretty cool. They were made for the 2014 European Athletics Championships which were held in Zurich. Check out the unusual scale colors! I had seen these SAKs on another collector’s blog but had never been able to acquire them. Until I got into contact with a SAK enthusiast in Portugal. He …

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A trio of Spartans, but with a special twist. These three colors are far from usual. I’ve seen some orange ones with company logos. This one may be identical to those. The middle one is dark blue/purple. Maybe aubergine? Could be Festool blue, I will check later. On the right is olive drab green. Perhaps …

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A random group of Victorinox kitchen knives, steak knives, etc. These are used on a daily basis. Fairly cheap, great quality.

A giant display knife, with moving tools. Don’t mention the scissors, I know they are on the wrong side of the SAK.

This Executive is wearing white cellidor scales. Strangely enough this color is fairly uncommon for 74mm Swiss Army knives. Victorinox recently announced colored toothpicks, tweezers and micro scredrivers in red, blue, green and black. Dark red (maroon?) tweezers have been available for years in the Limitied Edition Classics. I thought I’d try one of those …

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No offense to the one who made the drawing. But I don’t like it.

This horn scaled Swiss Army Knife may very well be the oldest one in my collection now that my Elsener Soldier and horn scaled gardening knife have been sold. Based on the tang stamps (VICTORINOX on the main blade and ARMÈE SUISSE on the bottle opener) and some tool details I’m dating this to the …

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