Model No. 76 was made in the 1920's and had a very short production run compared to most of the other models in the series. This is the only model that is not available in the small version of the 50 series, but was exclusively produced in 84 mm.
Like the No. 73 model, it featured a corkscrew, which is probably why production ceased in the 1950s.
Model No. 76 had a small and a large cutting blade, scissors and a corkscrew on the back.
Big blade: 2.5 mm; small blade: 1.3 mm; Scissors: 2.5mm; Corkscrew: 2.5mm
Model No. 76 is a 2-ply model. The top layer consists of the scissors rotating around the head rivet. As with the 70/1 model, the back spring is also the impact point for the scissors, similar to an intermediate layer.
The bottom tier is identical to model No. 73. An invisible rivet secures the back spring, which is designed to provide tension for both the large and small cutting blade, as well as the corkscrew on the back.
Cellidor scales in imitation mother-of- pearl, tortoiseshell, horn, mother-of-pearl and engine-turned steel were used.
Liners, interlayer, rivets
The liners and the intermediate layers were made of nickel silver, as were the rivets.