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 Huntsman “William Tell”

This Victorinox Huntsman with ruby scales was introduced in 2004. It has a color image of William Tell (or Wilhelm Tell) and his son on the front scale. It was made to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the William Tell Tell play by Friedrich Schiller from 1804. It’s not the best photo in the world :P And unfortunately the knife is in poor condition. Not only did it arrive very dirty but the main blade has been sharpened a million

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Victorinox SwissFlame with advertising (company logo on lighter)

Victorinox SwissFlame

Here is another SwissFlame. It’s a much sought-after Swiss Army knife for two reasons: first, it has only been on the market for a short period (between 2002 and 2005) and secondly, it was not available in the United States. Unfortunately, this one has a company logo laser etched into the lighter implement. Also, I have no idea whether the lighter works or not. They are very unreliable so I wouldn’t be surprised if it doesn’t ;) I will probably

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