This is an even older predecessor of the current Spartan model. It was made in the 1950s and it was probably known as model 234. It has a shackle (or bail) instead of a key ring, the older, triangular type reamer and a clip point small blade. Note the exposed rivets.
This is a Victorinox pocket knife that is basically an older version of the current Spartan model. It has a Victoria Officier Suisse tang stamp, a clip point small blade and a 5 turn corkscrew with groove dating it somewhere in the 1970s I think. The Victorinox shield on the front is made of nickle silver. Note that this knife does not have the tweezers and toothpick.
Apart from the scratches on the blades this knife is in excellent condition.