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Victorinox Tang Stamp Guide

On Victorinox knives the stamp on the main blade is an important element in determining the authenticity of the manufacturer. The stamp is usually always on the main blade and can be a single stamp or one on each side of the blade. The actual stamp, or stamps, can also be very helpful in determining the date of manufacture and highlight other historical aspects of the knife.
 
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91mm

Tang
Obverse | Reverse
 Earliest
Date
 Notes
Image    This particular economy stamp is reported to be used between xxxx and xxxx
Image    Elinox was used as an obverse tang between xxxxx or xxxxx.

84mm

Tang
Obverse | Reverse
 Earliest
Date
 Notes
Image    
Image    Victoria was used as an obverse tang between xxxxx or xxxxx. This particular one was used between xxxxx and xxxxx

75mm

Tang
Obverse | Reverse
 Earliest
Date
 Notes
Image    Some of the oldest small knives still around in great condition are 75mm in size, a frame-size that has not been produced since 19nn.

Created by ICanFixThat. Last Modification: Monday 29 of August, 2011 00:25:43 CEST by ICanFixThat.

Victorinox Models

Delémont Collection

Size Layers Pics
130mm 1 2 3 4 5 Image
85mm 1 2 3 4 5 + Image
65mm 1 2 3 Image

Wenger Models

Size
Layers
Pics
130mm 1 2 3 4 5 Image
120mm 1 2 3 4 5 Image
85mm 1 2 3 4 5 + Image
65mm 1 2 3 Image
Others Image

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