Model No. 74 was made in the mid/late 1920s. It was a 2-ply model. Victorinox produced the knife until the early 1970s. It underwent only minor changes during this time.
In addition to a large and a small cutting blade, model no. 74 also had scissors.
Large blade: 2.4mm; small blade: 1.2 mm; Scissors: 2.4mm
Model No. 74 is a 2-ply model. In the upper layer, the scissors are attached to the head rivet, while the back spring at the base of the knife serves as a support for the head of the scissors. The 2nd layer is identical to model no. 70 with a small and large cutting blade. A center liner is inserted between the two layers.
Cellidor scales in imitation mother-of- pearl, horn, tortoiseshell, mother-of-pearl and engine-turned steel were used, never aluminium. Later in production, the bowl material was reduced to cellidor, engine-turned steel and horn (cf. cat. 1971).
Liners, interlayer, rivets
The liners and the intermediate layers were made of nickel silver, as were the rivets.