Model No. 235 f is one of the few Victorinox models that used the two tools model 1946 can opener and fish scaler for a very short time. The fish scaler was not officially manufactured until 1952, and the new can opener from 1951. It is likely that the 1946 can opener was produced a while later or parallel to the new can opener, or that the fish scaler had already been manufactured and assembled before 1952.
The beginning of model no. 235 f dates back to around 1952. This model is still produced today, although the scissors have since been replaced by pliers. The model no. 235 f was one of the most popular models of officer's knives. At times there was also a variant with horn scales and optionally with a bracket, whereby toothpicks and tweezers were installed as standard.
In addition to a small and large cutting blade, a can opener and a screwdriver, model no. 235 f also had scissors, a fish scaler, an awl and a corkscrew on the back. The model always had toothpicks and tweezers and optionally a bracket/key ring.
Big cutting blade: 2.7 mm; small cutting blade: 1.7 mm; Screwdriver: 2.0mm; Can opener: 2.0 mm; Scissors: 2.5mm; fish scales: 1.4 mm; Awl: 2.0 mm; can opener. 2.8mm
Model no. 235 f is a 4-layer pocket knife. Between the lower layer (small and large cutting blade and corkscrew on the back) and the upper layer (screwdriver and can opener as well as awl on the back), the scissors are mounted on the second layer and the fish scaler on the third layer, which together with the small cutting blade and screw driver around the base rivet, which also fastens the optional bracket. An awl and corkscrew are mounted on the center rivet.
For model no. 235 f, Victorinox used cellidor or horn as the scale material.
The intermediate layers and circuit boards are made of aluminum or nickel silver.
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