I usually have like you know a rather high standard for the condition on the knives I want to collect. Sometimes I can find it fun to get a SAK with broken blades to re-profile it
which I have done a few times. If a SAK can be used for knowledge then it does not matter that it is in so nice condition. I let it slide a bit sometimes with scratched scales to some degree. The advantage with SAKs is that you can replace the scales…..Sometimes
I collect for fun some knives from the world that is just plain and simple fun and interesting. On the picture you can see a very nice condition 58mm Victorinox with SIG embossed advertising. You can see some miniature knives as well in different shapes.
The condition on them varies.
19:22 Functional miniaturization
keep the text at a minimum about functionality
My impression on miniature knives from the world is that the line between functionality and the size is not always taken into consideration.
It is plain and simple just made to be very small and in theory could do some cutting. The 58mm Classic category is to me the perfect example on functional miniaturization. Everything about them is directed at functional quality that is nice to look at as
complete this page and article I can inform that the two fixed blades about the 1994 winter Olympics: Håkon and Kristin by Brusletto, the large is Håkon. This knife I have had for well over 20 years and it is in top condition.