Victorinox blue alox Ambassador

I really like the 74mm line of Victorinox Swiss Army knives. My EDC is a black cellidor Executive, but this one is an Ambassador which has only one layer and fewer tools. Usually, Ambassadors come with cellidor scales but other materials have been available as well, like the RocKnives, gold scales and mother of pearl. I don’t think alox scaled Ambassadors ever had there own official name, or maybe Lady Victoria. This blue one has a company logo on the

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Vintage Victorinox Fischermesser

In the 1960s or 1970s Victorinox offered two versions of the Fisherman’s knife or Fischermesser. They were available with blue scales (uncommon back in the day) with a fish emblem on the top of the front scale, instead of the Swiss shield and cross. These knives were equipped with unusual scissors with a cut-out, and of course the fish scaler. The one I own is actually a bit more uncommon. It lacks scissors and a metal file. I have never

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Victorinox Tinkers – digital camo

It’s been a while :) These Tinkers just arrived. I like the brightly colored scales with their digital camo prints in white, blue and blaze orange. The orange ones are my personal favorites of course (tomorrow is King’s day in The Netherlands, the whole country will be turning orange!). Fun fact: the blaze orange scales are actually white scales painted orange. The blue ones are in fact blue.

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Victorinox Spartan – Schloss Neuschwanstein

This is my third fourth Swiss Army Knife made for KulturGut AG, related to my Bavarian Palace Department Spartan, my Bayerischen Schlösserverwaltung Huntsman and my Kaiserburg Spartan (I just realized I bought that Kaiserburg one a year ago :) ). All four of those SAKs have a similar, but not identical laser etching on the blade. This Spartan has a picture of Neuschwanstein Castle on the front and some text, a blue banner and a gold Victorinox shield on the

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