Unclear whether identical with the apprentice carver Karl Rohlederer, who, according to the annual report of the Royal Trade and Commercial School in Fürth, was awarded a prize in 1868/69. In 1907 a Carl Rohlederer created the vine veil for an altar piece for the Heroldsberg crucifix attributed to Tilman Riemenschneider, cf. Tilman Riemenschneider, frühe Werke. Exhib. Cat. Fränkisches Museum Würzburg 1981, p. 56. Reliefs carved by him can be found in the Schnaittach parish church.
Rohlederer received a first prize for woodcarving in 1934.
In 1932 he lived at Unschlittplatz 8.
Lit.: Mitt. der Handwerkskammer Nr. 2 v. 15.1.1935
Period: 20th c.