A nice trio of commemorative Swiss Army knives with Confoederatio Helvetica 1291-1991 inlays. A Classic SD, an Ambassador and a Huntsman.
I already had a Huntsman like it (except this one is mint), and I had seen pictures of the Classic SD as well. But the middle one is uncommon if I am correct. It’s the only 74mm Confoederatio Helvetica model I have ever seen.
And another travel spay :) This one has scales made of wood. Which is nice, since it’s my first 74mm model with wooden scales (apart from a customized Executive I bought from a Spanish guy).
It still in its packaging. On the back it says that tweezers are included, but this wooden version has no T&T.
I recently found this red old cross Pioneer in a hardware store near where I live. The blade is stamped 97; probably an overstock blade from a 1997 Soldier. This knife had probably been in that store’s display for years.
I don’t really collect Swiss Army knives with company logos, but this Formspeed Windsor has a guilloché pattern that had never seen before. It looks rather nice with the wavy lines and Swiss cross.