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Article about: A William Rogers knife I purchased recently, nothing special but I thought the blade shape was interesting, any opinions whether it started out this shape or has it been reground later to re

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    A William Rogers knife I purchased recently, nothing special but I thought the blade shape was interesting, any opinions whether it started out this shape or has it been reground later to resemble a F-S style blade, I have seen a few of these with Bowie style blades but not this shape, the blade does show signs of clumsy sharpening and has other damage, blade length is five and a half inches and overall length of the knife is ten inches.
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    Hello, I Have a similar one that has the same shape blade. I as a boy recall seeing a display board of the various types of knife made by this company with one such as this which i coveted however which on reflection probably wisely my father would not buy for me.

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    Thanks, I liked the shape which is why I bought it to begin with, its nicely balanced too. Any chance of a photo of your similar knife and is it the same dimensions ?

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    Hi, Im afraid no chance of photos, Its with my parents in the South of England whilst I now live in Scotland. The dimensions of my one is different the blade is about 1/3 longer.

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