Here are some more Dutch Army Knives. These were issued in 1983 and 1985. Check out the bails on these! Also, note that the opener tools are not polished, unlike the current alox models (Pioneer, Farmer, etc.).
Another DAK, this one is from 1988:
This is a Victorinox Master Craftsman from the late 1960s.
It has some nice features like a shackle/bail, alumin(iu)m tipped tweezers, a small clip point blade and the old style scissors. Pictures will follow later (I took several close ups, but the image quality is very poor ;) ).
This one is for sale, check out EDC Source!
The Victorinox watch-opener (or watch-case opener) is an unusual knife. It is related to the Bantam model, but instead of the combo tool it has a special watch-case opener blade. This dedicated blade, which is not sharpened, is used to open the back of watches that use a snap-back case.
It’s a 84mm knife with nylon scales and a hot-stamped shield and cross. There is also a smooth alox version of the watch-opener knife, but that one has a slimmer profile and is related to the Secretary, Pocket Pal and Excelsior models.
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