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In The Royal Collection  by Rodgers & Sons  Sheffield made 1821  This formidable example of the cutler's craft was presented to George IV in February 1821 by the firm of Joseph Rodgers & Sons of Sheffield, the company was established in 1682 and by 1821 they were the most prominent cutlers in Sheffield.  John Rogers entrepreneur expanded the firm's activities in Britain, as well as successfully introducing the Bowey knife to North America.

In The Royal Collection by Rodgers & Sons Sheffield made 1821 This formidable example of the cutler's craft was presented to George IV in February 1821 by the firm of Joseph Rodgers & Sons of Sheffield, the company was established in 1682 and by 1821 they were the most prominent cutlers in Sheffield. John Rogers entrepreneur expanded the firm's activities in Britain, as well as successfully introducing the Bowey knife to North America.

Joseph Rodgers & Sons Sheffield Navy Clasp Knife. WWII military issue.

Joseph Rodgers & Sons Sheffield Navy Clasp Knife. WWII military issue.

Vintage Joseph Rodgers & Sons Folding Pocket Knife Bone Handle, Made In England

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Vintage Joseph Rodgers & Sons Folding Pocket Knife Bone Handle, Made In England

Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield: 1900 P1633 Military Pliers Knife.

Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield: 1900 P1633 Military Pliers Knife.

Joseph Rodgers & Sons 携 finisterre 推出全球首款冲浪专用折刀 | 理想生活实验室

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STRAZORS.com - all about classic razors - Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield's marks

STRAZORS.com - all about classic razors - Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield's marks

This small bone-handled pen knife has a single thin blade designed for cutting quill pen nibs to shape. It was acquired by the Sheffield City Museum (now Weston Park Museum) in 1882 as part of a small collection of old folding knives belonging to a Mr Thomas Ellis. According to the Accession Register of the day this knife was "said to have belonged to Lord Nelson when a boy". This is an interesting example of how museum objects can be accompanied by their own interesting legends

This small bone-handled pen knife has a single thin blade designed for cutting quill pen nibs to shape. It was acquired by the Sheffield City Museum (now Weston Park Museum) in 1882 as part of a small collection of old folding knives belonging to a Mr Thomas Ellis. According to the Accession Register of the day this knife was "said to have belonged to Lord Nelson when a boy". This is an interesting example of how museum objects can be accompanied by their own interesting legends

Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield: 1900 P1633 Military Pliers Knife.

Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield: 1900 P1633 Military Pliers Knife.

This pocket knife was made by the firm Joseph Rodgers & Sons of Sheffield, around 1775 to 1795. Joseph Rodgers & Sons was one of the largest and most prolific cutlery manufacturers based in the city. The company's famous star and Maltese cross mark was registered with the Company of Cutlers in 1764. The blade of this knife has this mark. By the end of the 1700s, the firm had established a factory on Norfolk Street. By the turn of the 1800s Joseph Rodgers & Sons was producing a vast range of…

This pocket knife was made by the firm Joseph Rodgers & Sons of Sheffield, around 1775 to 1795. Joseph Rodgers & Sons was one of the largest and most prolific cutlery manufacturers based in the city. The company's famous star and Maltese cross mark was registered with the Company of Cutlers in 1764. The blade of this knife has this mark. By the end of the 1700s, the firm had established a factory on Norfolk Street. By the turn of the 1800s Joseph Rodgers & Sons was producing a vast range of…

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