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Hello, my grandfather recently came across this knife and bought it. All my knife ID & Price guides don't cover the Rodgers England knives. I'd like some help estimating when it was made, and perhaps a ballpark value? I've found somewhat similar knives and tangs online but would like confirmation from those with more knowledge.

closed length is 3.5 inches
3 blade split-back whittler
stag covers, bare-head (no bolsters)
all blades stamped front side and rear side

Main Blade front "RODGERS CUTLERS TO HIS MAJESTY" and rear "ENGLAND"
Small blade #1 front has Star & Cross and rear says "RODGERS CUTLERS TO HIS MAJESTY"
Small blade #2 front has Star & Cross and rear says "NO. 6 NORFOLK STREET SHEFFIELD"

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I don't know much about the old English made knives but that would be a prize to have in your collection no doubt. Beautiful piece!

Hmmmmm, looks like we missed trying to find some info on this.  Sorry Carl it was while my computer was down.  Let me try for some info this week

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