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Joseph Rodgers & Sons

I'm one of the grandsons of the last, late, Joseph Rodgers. Finding images and stories from across the web, that show how his legacy lives on, has a profound effect on me. By the time of his death he'd seen Joseph Rodgers & Sons change from one if the two biggest cutlers in England to just him. So he'd be happy to know that such craftsmanship is again appreciated by a global community of enthusiasts, and that Master Cutlers are once again plying their trade in the "City of Steel".
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Demolition of Joseph Rogers and Sons Ltd., River Lane Works

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Demolition of Joseph Rogers and Sons Ltd., River Lane Works

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Demolition of Joseph Rogers and Sons Ltd., River Lane Works

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Platform 1, Midland Station, Sheaf Street looking towards Joseph Rodgers and Sons Ltd., Sheaf Island Works

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Elevated view of Sheffield City Council Housing Department Offices occupying former premises of Joseph Rogers and Sons Ltd., River Lane Works at the junction of Sheaf Street (left) and Pond Hill

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Pond Hill looking towards junction with River Lane, right, Joseph Rodgers and Sons Ltd., Sheaf Island Works, Cutlery Works

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Sheaf Street over the River Sheaf looking upstream showing Joseph Rodgers and Sons Ltd, Sheaf Island Works, cutlery manufacturers (right)

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The Sheffield Club left; No. 35 and Joseph Rodgers and Sons Ltd., Norfolk Street Works, cutlery manufacturer, Norfolk Street looking towards Fitzalan Square with the junction with Milk Street right

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Packing pen-knives for export, Joseph Rodgers and Sons Ltd.

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Joseph Rodgers and Sons Ltd , Cutlery Manufacturer, 6 Norfolk Street - extract from catalogue

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