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TIN SIGN - Elwell King of Spades

This sign was discovered in a roof during the renovation of an old hardware store. It is believed to be from the Elwell Forge in Wednesbury, England.

There was a forge making iron at Wednesbury during the reign of Elizabeth I. The first written record dates from 1597. At that time the forge was one of several water-powered sites along the River Tame. Wednesbury residents still know the site as 'Elwell's'.

1817 Edward Elwell took over the forge and quickly built a reputation for quality edge tools.

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