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My mom had this set, I have no idea where she got it from or how long she has had it.  The only information that I can find is that it says Geo. Worthington Co. from Cleveland and it says "Clear cut" on it.  I am very new to all of this and just trying to find out if it is anything special or if it is just a common set.  I read a little about George Worthington Co. this morning and thought that was interesting, but no idea how old this set is, what the handles are made out of, etc... 

Any thoughts?  Thank you!

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Looks like Dale found the info!

Looks like you found the lot there Dale.

Also the "PENN" knife was probably made by Hollingsworth Knife Co., in Tidioute PA & was probably for George Worthington Co., circa 1914. As per Goins.

Good catch Jim!

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