A Sheffield stainless steel bread knife, with a coated solid wooden handle commemorating the 1937 Coronation of Edward VIII, the first British monarch to voluntarily abdicate the throne after just one year.
With a serrated blade that is nicely engraved with marks for 'stainless deluxe' warranted Sheffield steel, the red & blue handle is decorated with a full colour crown topped cartouche of King Edward in his ceremonial military uniform, flanked by Union Jacks with the date of occasion - 12th May, 1937.
12-1/2" Total length
Some tooth loss and minor tarnish in patches towards the end few inches of the blade, but still very sharp and usable. The coated handle has some slight surface crackling, but it is sound and not moving.
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