NCAT Historic 1910 Product & Price Catalogue
300 years after the first corporate mark was granted to Thomas Nowill, the Nowill & Sons-Sheffield tradename still appears on cutlery manufactured in Sheffield, England.
The ‘crossed keys’ trademark was granted to Thomas’s great, great grandson John Nowill in 1842. The ‘crossed keys’ trademark and J Nowill & Sons tradename appears on the British Ministry of Defence Fairbairn Sykes Commando knife and the Jungle Survival Knife, as well as on traditionally made trade and hunting knives, including Aussie Rabbiter’s Kits.
This authentic reproduction of the original 34-page catalogue features over 170 illustrations of fabulous cutlery (including pocket and penknives, tableware, razors and scissors) on offer a hundred years ago.
A real capture for knife collectors and aficionados.