The No. 35 model has a very long history. It first appears in the 1922 catalogue. Victorinox produced it until around 1970, when the entire series of farmer's pocket knives was discontinued. The model no. 35 was offered in all available sizes and in all possible variants up to that point.
Model No. 35 was a 6-piece pocket knife with 3 different cutting blades. At the beginning of production the saw was still attached to the foot rivet, later it was the head rivet around which the saw turned.
Model No. 35 had a large cutting blade and a corkscrew, a small cutting blade, a hooked blade, a saw and a pocket awl. The additional bail was available as an option for the model.
Big cutting blade: 2.5 mm – 2.8 mm; Awl: 2.0 mm; hooked blade: 2.0 mm; small cutting blade: 2.0 mm; saw: 2.0 mm; Corkscrew: 2.0mm
Model No.35 was a 4-layer pocket knife, with the pocket awl moving around the foot rivet and the corkscrew moving around the center rivet, with all other tools moving around the head rivet. The upper layer consisted of the pocket awl and hook blade, the 2nd layer of the large cutting blade, the 3rd layer of the saw and the lower layer of the small cutting blade and the corkscrew.
Victorinox used red fiber scales and class I and II horn as the 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.
Model No.36 appears only in the 1922 catalogue. It was a 4-layer pocket knife. Compared to Model No. 35, it had a screwdriver instead of the hooked blade and a reamer instead of the pocket awl. It was made in 3 sizes.