Here is another Camper with stag horn scales. It’s a bit older than the stag horn Camper I posted before. This one has three exposed rivets instead of two. The middle pin is less oxidized than the outer (brass) ones so I guess it’s made of nickel silver. Other nice features of this knife are […]
Found these “new old stock” 75mm SAKs a while ago. Here they are next to their slightly bigger brother (84mm) on the left. All four have horn scales and a long nail file.
Two nice vintage items. Both with horn scales and in 84mm. The older one (stamped Inoxyd/Armée Suisse) has the pre-1940s opener layer, the old style reamer and brass liners. It has a taper towards the end, with the blade layer being quite a bit thicker near the small clip point blade pivot. This is a […]
This is a rather old Victoria pocket knife with a clip-point blade, horn scales, brass liners and exposed rivets. It measures 89mm (closed). If anyone has more info on this knife, feel free to leave a comment!
The very popular Climber model was once available in a slightly smaller 84mm version. This is a Victoria version with a five turn corkscrew, a +PAT can opener, the old style scissors (spring is broken) and a small clip point blade. Unfortunately, Victorinox stopped producing 84mm knives with scissors a couple of years ago. It’s […]