Victorinox produced model no. 200 S between around 1940 and 1970. In principle, it was the basic model no. 200 with an additional saw. The “S” in the model designation stood for this. The model was available in different versions, with tools made of carbon steel or stainless steel.
In the 1970 catalogue, model no. 200 S is no longer listed.
Pocket knife No. 200 S had a large cutting blade, a screwdriver, a can opener, an awl and a saw.
Large cutting blade: 3.4 - 3.7 mm; Awl: 2.1 mm; saw: 2.2 mm; Screwdriver: 3.0mm; Can opener: 3.0 mm
Pocket knife No. 200 S was a 3-layer model. The upper tier consisted of the screwdriver and can opener, the lower tier of the large cutting blade and awl, and the middle tier of the saw. Screwdriver, saw and cutting blade turned around the head rivet, the other 2 tools around the foot rivet.
Victorinox used fiber red and staghorn as the scale material for this model, with staghorn scales probably only being made to special order.
The liners and the rivets were made of steel or German silver, the intermediate layer of brass or German silver.
Trade name: mechanic's knife