Victoria

91mm

Here is a nice Victoria Victorinox knife that got me a bit puzzled and I was hoping some would give me some input on the number of this knife, if it is in the 234 range. At first my impression was that this knife was from the late 1960s. I will show you pictures of the functions and the basic date factors.

First the tang stamp is the type you will find on Victorinox knives 1968-1974 so we already have an idea to work on. There is no +Pat on the can opener so this could suggest this knife to be after 1970.

It got no toothpick or tweezers and no bail so this should mean a knife after 1968 because of that. It got a key ring. It got the old extra loop corkscrew and cable scraper function. The small blade got a clip and this should mean before 1973 approximately. The shade on the handle material is also a hint. My feel on this knife is 1970 “plus minus”

I am always extra careful researching the Victoria line.

This knife is in used but good condition and that just adds to the flavor!

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19.04 | 08:35

Hi, thank you very much for message and info. Sounds like an interesting one you have there. Please send pictures TrondSAK@SAKhome.com will try to date it. BR

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19.04 | 04:24

I have a victoria officer suisse.. But dont know what date.. Also the white tabs that are on the side of every knife almost like a toothpick..

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05.04 | 18:41

It is maybe a compromise related to batches, models, thumb pressure depending on what side, ergonomics, riveting and the very solid design. BR

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05.04 | 18:32

When in closed position the blade sits deep for protection and construction. Avoids opening by mistanke too. Thank you very much. BR

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