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William Rodgers knife

Article about: Hey guys, saw this for sale on craigslist, might buy it if its worth it! Its described as a "William Rogers" knife, engraved with "I carve my way" Now, i thought it as wi

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    Default William Rodgers knife

    Hey guys,

    saw this for sale on craigslist, might buy it if its worth it! Its described as a "William Rogers" knife, engraved with "I carve my way"

    Now, i thought it as william roDgers (with D) and " i CUT my way"
    Is this fake? Its listed $75.
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    Thanks!

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    Default Re: William Rodgers knife

    Its perfectly genuine. They are very common in England and sell for around 35 if in good condition and in a scabbard. They date from the 1940s / 50s and often served as a private purchase fighting knife in WW2.

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