Above, an Archimedes screwdriver stamped with the name of this firm. Below, close-ups of their logo, showing a hand holding a screwdriver with the motto, "Worthy of Craftsmen."
There's not a lot of information about this firm online. Someone suggests that they operated between 1952 and 1971, but that's just a guess. They were located at 13-19 East Dulwich Road in London. Google Maps shows a large, 3-storey building there, now residential and commercial use, which may have been their head office. Their principal products seems to have been block planes (with their name cast into them) and spiral and ratcheting screwdrivers. It's not clear whether they were a manufacturer or a distributor. In any event, the screwdriver I picked up has a bent spiral shaft. I've picked up quite a few of these kinds of screwdrivers over the years, made in the U.S., Britain and England, and this is the first time I've ever found one with a bent shaft. There's no reason for this to happen with proper use of the tool so, unless someone tried to use it as a pry bar, it doesn't speak well to the quality of the company's products.