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Does anyone know the significance of the number/ date of 1066 on the Wardonian razor blades that were made by Thomas Ward at the Wardonia Works, Countess Street, Sheffield?

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Does anyone know the significance of the number/ date of 1066 on the Wardonian razor blades that were made by Thomas Ward at the Wardonia Works, Countess Street, Sheffield?

Unless it was reference to that battle the answer may be on here! Looks like the model number.

http://www.wardoniarazors.co.uk/

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Unless it was reference to that battle the answer may be on here! Looks like the model number.

http://www.wardoniarazors.co.uk/

Dunsbyowl

The website you have highlighted is very interesting but is asking the same question, I wondered if it could be the grade of steel used. Thanks

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