Wade and Butcher Manufacturer

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Company Info

Manufacturer: Wade and Butcher[1]

Other Names: [2]
  • WADE, ROBERT
    • Sheffield
    • 1810 - 1818

  • WADE & BUTCHER
    • Successor to Robert Wade; succeeded by Butcher, Brown & Butcher
    • Sheffield
    • 1818-1890

  • BUTCHER, BROWN & BUTCHER
    • Succeeded Wade & Butcher
    • Sheffield
    • 1827 - 1830

  • WILLIAM & SAMUEL BUTCHER / WADE & BUTCHER
    • Eyre Lane, Sheffield.
    • circa 1845 to at least 1919
    • 1830 - ?

  • WADE, WINGFIELD (WINFIELD) & ROWBOTHAM
    • Sheffield
    • ca. 1835 - 1852

Additional Information

Dates in Production: 1818-1890

Location: Sheffield.

Steel:

Type: Straight Razors, Cutlery, Knives.





B&B Reviews:
Notes of Interest:
  • "THE CLEAN SHAVER" Razor
  • "The Bow" Razor
  • "Medium Size Hollow Ground" Razor
  • Wade & Butcher curved safety razor blade.
  • Wade & Butcher straight razor that is stamped with the seal of King George IV who ruled England for only 10 years (1820-1830). The razor has pressed horn handles with the front handle pressed with the phrase "Celebrated Razor" and the back handle pressed with the phrase "Universally Approved." The name Wade & Butcher is stamped across the top edge of the blade. The tang is stamped with the Kings Crown (GR), and the phrase "Universally Approved" as well.
  • W&B Manufactured Expressly for H.W. Carter[3]

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