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Thomas Staniforth and Co

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of Severquick Works, Hackenthorpe, Sheffield. Telephone: Woodhouse 40514. Telegraphic Address: "Severquik, Sheffield"

1743 Established

1937 British Industries Fair Advert for 'Severquick' Hatchet. Also Scythes, Sickles, Reaping Hooks, Grass Hooks, Hatchets, Axes, Slashers, Garden Tools, Farm Tools, Edge Tools, Trowels, Hoes, Forks, Rakes, Edging Knives, Turnip Knives, Sugar Beet Knives, Bagging Hooks, Garden Shears, Lamb Choppers, etc., etc. (Engineering/Metals/Quarry, Roads and Mining/Transport Section - Stand No. A.732)

later became part of Eva Industries

1967 Transferred to Spearwell Tools

1969 Catalogue of Garden Tools: Including Spades; Forks; Junior Tools; Contractors' Forks; Rakes; Hoes; Small Garden Tools; Turf Tools; Shears; Gasshooks and Scythettes; Garden Sundries; Shovels; Contractors' Tools; Axes and Hatchets; Billhooks; Slashers; Hooks; Reap Hooks; Butchers' Tools: Spearwell Tools Ltd: pp 39


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