Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Cutlers To Her Majesty, late 1800's 4 blade Congress 3 3/4 inch closed. Blades snap hard with 1/2 stops. 150 years

$350.00

Shipping to United States: Free

Own a historic Congress style 4 blade knife from the hay day of Sheffield craftsmanship. Offering an antique 150 year old pocket knife. A tight hand made late 1800's knife by Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Cutlers To Her Majesty, No. 6 Norfolk St. All blades stamped. One stamped Tobacco blade for cutting cigar ends. A historic knife of the old Sheffield days. Made so well the blades snap hard both ways with half stops on all 4. Well used with amazing vintage old stag handles that match well with no real cracks to note. Pinched iron bolsters. There are some white paint splatters that we mostly removed with a fine pin, other than that nothing was done but a cleaning with Ren Wax.

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I gladly accept returns and exchanges

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But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

The following items can't be returned or exchanged

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Refund of original purchase price and shipping are not a problem within one day of receiving the item. Buyer must request a refund before returning item. Buyer pays return shipping.

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