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Lockwood Brothers

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1951
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of Granville Works, Sylvester Street, Sheffield

founded by John Lockwood who took out his first trademark in 1767.

1856 Lockwood Brothers, merchants & table knife, sheep shear, file, edge tool, joiner's tool, steel, &c. mfrs. 7 4 Arundel street, & Spital hill[1]

c1922 Amalgamated with other cutlery companies to form a company named Sheffield Cutlery Manufacturers.[2]


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Sources of Information

  1. General Directory of Sheffield, Rotherham, 1856
  2. The Engineer 1925/11/20