William Rodgers Knives kangaroo sheath
Two 1940s William Rodgers Sheffield Steel Knives (9” & 6”) in kangaroo sheath
Dating from the 1940s, in excellent condition and complete with the original brown leather sheath.
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Two William Rodgers knives, measuring 9” and 6” in their original leather sheath. The steel blades are stamped “William Rodgers”, “Made in Sheffield England” and “I Cut My Way” as shown in the photos.
The knives belonged to my father since new and date from his time in the Scouts in the early 1940s or possibly National Service in the late 1940s. To my untrained eye, both knives appear to have had little use and are in excellent condition considering that they are now about 80 years old.
Please see the photos which form part of the description and if you have any questions, please ask. The line on the back of the sheath at the belt line is a fold, not a crack in the leather.
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