0026 – Victorinox Classic SD – Mr. Peanut (SOLD)

This knife is no longer in my collection

This is a 58mm Victorinox Classic SD with a metal inlay of Mr. Peanut leaning on a cane.

As you can see the scissors have the adjustable screw pivot. Victorinox stopped using those in 1991 (they use rivets since then), so this knife is at least 25 years old!

Because on the front is the Mr. Peanut logo, the Victorinox shield is moved to the back.

external links: SAK Wiki   Mr. Peanut (Wikipedia)

0018 – Victorinox Classic SD (US Army)

This is a black 58mm Classic SD with United States Army seal on the front, instead of the Victorinox Shield.

As you can see the scissors have the adjustable screw pivot. Victorinox stopped using those in 1991 (they use rivets since then), so this knife is at least 25 years old!

external links: SAK Wiki

0014 – Victorinox Classic SD (US Air Force)

This is a blue 58mm Classic SD with United States Air Force seal on the front, instead of the Victorinox Shield.

As you can see the scissors have the adjustable screw pivot. Victorinox stopped using those in 1991 (they use rivets since then), so this knife is at least 25 years old!

external links: SAK Wiki

0013 – Victorinox Classic SD (US Marine Corps)

This is a red 58mm Classic SD with United States Marine Corps seal on the front, instead of the Victorinox Shield.

As you can see the scissors have the adjustable screw pivot. Victorinox stopped using those in 1991 (they use rivets since then), so this knife is at least 25 years old!

external links: SAK Wiki

0005 – Victorinox Vagabond (alox)

This is a small wonder: a lot of usefull tools in a very small 4 layered 58 mm Swiss Army Knife. The scissors and cap lifter have their own layer, but the other tools share one layer (meaning there is no liner between them). This makes the knife extra thin, but the downside is that tools may rub against each other.

The alox Vagabond is made exclusively for Swiss Bianco, a US/Canada based dealer. This olive drab (green) alox Vagabond is limited to 100 pieces.

external links: SAK Wiki   SwissBianco