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Adolphus Cutlery Co., Germany.

     This trademark was used by Andrew J.Jordan. He was a founder of an import company in St.Louis, Missouri. Much of the firm's business was done with the Indian tribes, mainly the Gros Ventre, Blood, Blackfeet, and River Crow tribes. The cutlery was made both in England and Germany. The trademark "AAA1" was first used about 1886.
     In 1911, Mr. Jordan's son Clay acquired the Platts Brothers Cutlery Company in Andover, N.Y. He renamed the firm Clay Cutlery Company, and A.J. Jordan acted as the selling agent for the knives.
The blade is 5/8, square point, full hollow ground.
There's some minor pitting on the blade.
The pictures speak for themselves.
Shave ready. 
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