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Frederick Reynolds Ltd
Biographical Account: Frederick Reynolds was a razor manufacturer working between the 1840s and 1870s.  His son, Richard, took over the firm after Frederick's death in 1877.  The firm ran into financial difficulties in 1936 and was rebranded Frederick Reynolds (Cutlers Sheffield) Ltd during the Second World War.  It ceased trading in 1946 on the death of Richard's son, Harry. Frederick Reynolds Ltd is listed in trade directories as a ‘manufacturer of cutlery, razors and electro plated ware, at the Providence Works’. The company trademark was a tea cup and saucer.
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