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Victorinox Mauser Knife

Posted by jaybird (My Page) on
Mon, May 21, 07 at 16:18

Does anyone know anything about value on this knife????
Thanks in advance for any info!!!

Victorinox Mauser Knife
The Victorinox Mauser knife is a retired pocket knife that was designed for the German market. It is very different from most other Swiss Army knives-- with an alternate shell design and shell color, larger blades, a unique saw-bottle opener combination and no slots for toothpick and tweezers.


The Mauser name was licensed from Mauser-werke Obendorf GmbH, and the knife was intended as a companion for the Mauser rifle.

The Mauser pocket knife is no longer in production-- it was retired in the 1980's. This model is an extremely popular item for collectors, and sells at a premium price.

Mauser Swiss Army knives are large (4 1/4" / 108mm) and very rugged. They contain the following tools:

Large Blade (3 1/4" / 84mm)
Large Clip Point Blade (3 1/4" / 84mm)
Wood Saw with Bottle Opener and Screwdriver
Corkscrew
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RE: Victorinox Mauser Knife

Guess we don't have any knife collectors...thanks anyway!


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