I really love the old soldier's knives and i have at least one of each decade, starting from 1920 till the new soldier's knife of 2008.
This is a rare variation of a soldier's knife, because except for the standard tools, it has a third layer that includes a saw. It's in very good condition and on the blade has the number 45, that indicates that was made in 1945 and also the letter P, that stands for Private. The Swiss soldier had the option to buy his own army knife. These purchased knives were not subjected to any military inspections. Many Swiss soldiers tended to have two knives, the first one that they got it from the Swiss Army, and a second one that they have bought it for everyday use. I found this knife with a leather sheath and it's one of my rarest soldier's knives.