Pocket knife with eleven blades, Chinese copy of t

Made:
c. 1998

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Pocket knife with eleven blades, Chinese copy of the 'Swiss Army Pocket Knife', made around 1998, consisting of one knife blade, two saws, two screwdrivers, scissors, corkscrew, file, tin opener, two other devies, and a pair of metal tweezers and a plastic toothpick which can be removed from the knife body.

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Category:
Domestic Appliances
Object Number:
1999-125
type:
pocket knives
credit:
Rooney, David

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