A large private collection of knives from the Late Dr John Anthony's estate has been put up for auction by his widow through Holts Auctioneers.
Holts the auctioneers (http://www.holtsauctioneers.com/), contacted me and asked me if I thought the ...by
Some will have seen threads before about the threat to Portland Works the grade II* listed purpose built cutlery works where ...
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