I can't really say much about the company London Cutlery, but judging by the typeface, you're looking at something that was manufactured in the 1980's or 90's, probably by a new company owner that was trying to revive the…"
"Tim- A very curious chopper.Like everyone else, I am not finding out much about London Cutlery Co. except in the straight razor category, although many a company made knives plus razors,etc. Most references indicate they were made circa…"
I recently acquired what turns out to be a kitchen axe. It has a very light makers mark on it; LON-CUT LONDON CUTLERY CO.The blade is 10 3/16" long, 4 1/32 deep, 5/32 thick, 16 5/16 total length. It has a red phenolic or bakelite handle. It is stainless and does not appear to have been used. The grips appear to have shrunk slightly and pulled away from the tang but are rock solid. See my profile picture.I…See More