Victorinox Fieldmaster “Mexico”

This is an awesome Victorinox Fieldmaster made for the Mexican market. It has a lot of unusual details like the uncommon nylon pouch with yellow piping, yellow tweezer head and translucent black scales. I think these actually differ from the onyx scales that were available some years ago. I’m not sure about total production numbers for the Mexican market but a very small number of these were available in Spain.

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Victorinox Coach Climbers – black and brown leather

These Climbers are quite cool. The scales are made of leather with the Coach logo on the front and there’s a matching leather lanyard. In addition to these black and brown ones, several other colors were available. I believe they were sold in Coach stores in the US and/or Canada several years ago. They are quite hard to find nowadays. Actually, underneath the leather are regular (black?) cellidor scales. Obviously these ones are not in mint condition.

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Victorinox Battle Series: Battle of Morgarten

The Victorinox Battle of Morgarten knife was released in 1983 as the first member of the Swiss Battle Series. This Swiss Army Knife is basically a Spartan without key ring and tweezers. There is an intricate metal inlay on the front scale and a very nice laser engraving on the main blade. The knife is numbered (n/9999) and it came in a black wooden presentation box accompanied by a certificated of authenticity.

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