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10/18/2020 01:11 AM
(25) PIECES ASSORTED OLD DINING KNIVES
Age: Vintage and Antique
Rating: 8 – 7
Comments: This lot is an offering of (25) knives in various condition with damage and splits to some of the handles, and pitting and corrosion to some of the blades. Some are very special and really nice. Included are (3) 9” knives with mother of pearl handles. Handles good, blades show corrosion to the silver plate. They are marked “Landers, Frary & Clark”. Also, (3) matched 10 1/2” knives with bone handles marked “H Rogers & Sons, Cutlers to Her Majesty”. All handles are cracked and one glue repair at the bolster. There are (2) 10 3/4” knives with cracked handles marked “John Bagshaw Cutler, Church St Liverpool”. (1) 10 5/8” unmarked with a great handle and blade. (1) 9 3/4” with bakelite or celluloid handle marked “Joseph Rogers & Sons, Cultlers to His Majesty”. There are (2) unmarked knives with what looks like ivory handles with nice graining. Lastly, a set of (5) 9 1/4” knives with bakelite handles. They have patterned bolsters and good handles but some corrosion to the blades. The other set is (8) small 6 1/2” blades with ivory like handles with graining. They are marked “Meriden Cultery Co. 1855”. The handles are very nice but a few silver plated blades with corrosion.
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