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1Joseph Rodgers and Sons Ltd., cutlery manufacturers, Norfolk Works, No. 6 Norfolk Streets09883

Joseph Rodgers and Sons Ltd., cutlery manufacturers, Norfolk Works, No. 6 Norfolk Street

2George H. Lawrence and Co. Ltd., safety razor blades manufacturers, Laurel Works, Nursery Streets09909

George H. Lawrence and Co. Ltd., safety razor blades manufacturers, Laurel Works, Nursery Street

3Old Cutlery Workshop, Wadsley. Possibly at Townhead as the only cutlery premises referred to in the 1906 Directory are Jn. Bell, spring knife cutler, Townhead and Herbert Howard, spring knife cutler, Townheads09919

Old Cutlery Workshop, Wadsley. Possibly at Townhead as the only cutlery premises referred to in the 1906 Directory are Jn. Bell, spring knife cutler, Townhead and Herbert Howard, spring knife cutler, Townhead

4Old Cutlery Workshop, Wadsley. Possibly at Townhead as the only cutlery premises referred to in the 1906 Directory are Jn. Bell, spring knife cutler, Townhead and Herbert Howard, spring knife cutler, Townheads09920

Old Cutlery Workshop, Wadsley. Possibly at Townhead as the only cutlery premises referred to in the 1906 Directory are Jn. Bell, spring knife cutler, Townhead and Herbert Howard, spring knife cutler, Townhead

5Tea break at an unnamed cutlery workshop, possibly producing penknives. Possibly William J. Wards or Joseph Rogers, near Midland Stations10089

Tea break at an unnamed cutlery workshop, possibly producing penknives. Possibly William J. Wards or Joseph Rogers, near Midland Station

6Unamed cutlery workshop, possibly producing penknives. Possibly William J. Wards or Joseph Rogers, near the Sheffield Midland railway stations10090

Unamed cutlery workshop, possibly producing penknives. Possibly William J. Wards or Joseph Rogers, near the Sheffield Midland railway station

7Unnamed cutlery workshop, possibly producing penknives. Possibly William J. Wards or Joseph Rogers, near Sheffield Midland railway stations10091

Unnamed cutlery workshop, possibly producing penknives. Possibly William J. Wards or Joseph Rogers, near Sheffield Midland railway station

8Norfolk Knife' and Sam Holmes, manager of  Joseph Rodgers and Sons Ltd.s10107

Norfolk Knife' and Sam Holmes, manager of Joseph Rodgers and Sons Ltd.

9Cutlery Manufacture, Grinding, from the Luttrell Psalter, around 1240s10162

Cutlery Manufacture, Grinding, from the Luttrell Psalter, around 1240

10Cutlery manufacture, splitting mother-of-pearl from shells to be used for handles at William Gillott and Sons, pearl cutters, Pearl Works, Nos.17 - 21 Eyre Lanes10194

Cutlery manufacture, splitting mother-of-pearl from shells to be used for handles at William Gillott and Sons, pearl cutters, Pearl Works, Nos.17 - 21 Eyre Lane

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