Accableing to the catalogues, Victorinox only produced model no. 33 for around 30 years, from around 1940 to around 1970. It first appeared in the 1942 catalogue. This model was only produced in the size 106 mm. Accableing to the catalogues, it was only offered in variants with horn scales and never with fiber scales. In 1964 it was only available in the catalog with tools made of stainless steel. The model was also available with scales made of deer horn, just like other farmer's knives. This stag scales is never mentioned in the catalogues. It does, however, contain illustrations of farmer's knives with a scale made of deer horn. It can therefore be assumed that Victorinox produced a small number of peasant knives with stag handles. It is possible that these were mainly offered in their own shops.
The Model No. 33 had a large cutting blade, a pocket awl, a saw and a can opener and a corkscrew on the back. For this model there was an optional bail or the addition of tweezers/toothpicks.
Big cutting blade: 2.5 mm – 2.8 mm; Awl: 2.0 mm; Can opener: 2.0 mm; saw: 2.0 mm; Corkscrew: 2.0mm
Model No. 33 was a 3-layer pocket knife. The big cutting blade, can opener and saw turned around the head rivet, the corkscrew around the middle rivet and the pocket awl around the foot rivet. The upper layer consisted of a large cutting blade and a pocket awl, the middle layer of the saw and the lower layer of a can opener and a corkscrew.
Victorinox used class I and II horn as the scale material for this pocket knife.
The rivets and liners were made of steel or brass, the jaws of nickel silver, depending on the version. In the case of the high-quality, so-called "fine version", rivets and liners made of brass and jaws made of nickel silver were used, and rust-resistant steel was used for the tools, if this was already available.