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Hello, my name is Andrea and I was born in Rome.

Right now I live in the Adriatic sea, the city 'and' beautiful but too chaotic for me.

My father and 'an antique dealer and I do the same work.

I came on this forum by accident, I was doing a search for a trademark of SheffieldCULTERS RODGERS TO HER MAJESTIC.

Excuse my English is not so much perfect.

I love England.

I wanted to know if I could post pictures of this mark to know the precise period.

Thank you very much.

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RichardB

Hello and Welcome, some more information on Rodgers

Her Majesty could be a reference to Queen Victoria.

What is the item please ?

Hello, my name is Andrea and I was born in Rome.

Right now I live in the Adriatic sea, the city 'and' beautiful but too chaotic for me.

My father and 'an antique dealer and I do the same work.

I came on this forum by accident, I was doing a search for a trademark of SheffieldCULTERS RODGERS TO HER MAJESTIC.

Excuse my English is not so much perfect.

I love England.

I wanted to know if I could post pictures of this mark to know the precise period.

Thank you very much.

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Hello, my name is Andrea and I was born in Rome.

Right now I live in the Adriatic sea, the city 'and' beautiful but too chaotic for me.

My father and 'an antique dealer and I do the same work.

I came on this forum by accident, I was doing a search for a trademark of SheffieldCULTERS RODGERS TO HER MAJESTIC.

Excuse my English is not so much perfect.

I love England.

I wanted to know if I could post pictures of this mark to know the precise period.

Thank you very much.

Il benvenuto al piccio di Sheffield Histort e lo ringrazia per l'invio.

Sono sicuro che alcuna della nostra squadra potrà aiutarlo con la vostra richiesta per aiuto

TRANSLATION

Welcome to Sheffield Histort piccio and thank you for posting.

I am sure some of our team will be able to help you with your request for help

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Guest piccio

Hello and Welcome, some more information on Rodgers

Her Majesty could be a reference to Queen Victoria.

What is the item please ?

The champagne knife.

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Il benvenuto al piccio di Sheffield Histort e lo ringrazia per l'invio.

Sono sicuro che alcuna della nostra squadra potrà aiutarlo con la vostra richiesta per aiuto

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Welcome to Sheffield Histort piccio and thank you for posting.

I am sure some of our team will be able to help you with your request for help

Thank you very much .

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DaveH

Thank you very much .

You are welcome piccio.

That looks a very interesting knife.

Although I am familiar with wine bottle openers that have a knife to cut the foil (or even the wires on a wired chaampagne cork), a corkscrew and a lever device to pull the screwed cork out of the bottle I have not come across anything like this.

You call it a champagne knife, it seems to have a short knife blade, a hook and at the other end a small brush.

I would be interested in how this knife is used as it is clearly intended for a very specific job.

If it helps piccio, here is the same message in Italian ( done using Google Translate)

Siete i benvenuti Piccio.

Che sembra un coltello molto interessante.

Anche se mi è familiare con apribottiglie vino che hanno un coltello per tagliare la pellicola (o addirittura i fili su un tappo di sughero chaampagne cablato), un cavatappi e un dispositivo a leva per tirare il tappo a vite della bottiglia non mi sono imbattuto in qualcosa di simile questo.

Lo chiami un coltello champagne, sembra avere una lama corta coltello, un gancio e all'altra estremità una piccola spazzola.

Sarei interessato a come questo coltello viene utilizzato come è chiaramente destinato a un lavoro molto specifico.

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