This is a pretty old Executive. It has the Victoria stamp on the tang of the main blade, aluminum tipped tweezers and the older style scissors (with a single leaf spring).
The orange peeler has finer teeth than current Executive knives like this green Executive and this older, smooth alox one. The red cellidor scales are a little bit thinner than usual. Also, this red Victoria Executive has no keyring.
The (original) Traveller is basically a Climber without key ring. This particular one has the Victorinox shield and Cross on the back scales, since there is a metal inlaid company logo on the front. This knife is from before 1985 (because the awl/reamer has no sewing eye).
Note the fluted corkscrew and the absence of the multi-purpose hook.
These are three 93mm knives in red alox. The first one is a red Farmer. The 2 with a Brütsch Rüegger logo on the front scales are Pioneer Ranchers. The older one has brass liners and a non-polished bottle opener.
The farmer adds a wood saw to the basic Pioneer model. The Pioneer Rancher substitutes the Pioneer’s can opener for a pruning blade and lacks the key ring.