You've got to love the challenge, the mystery, that step into the unknown... These are cropped and enlarged pictures from a recent eBay auction I won. (Trust me, there's very little detail lost from the original eBay pics). I have not received the razor yet. It took me about an hour and a half to tentatively identify this razor. The only information I had was the kit is NOS, and made in West Germany. The razor is obviously German, and was made between the end of WWII and the fall of the Berlin Wall. It was probably made between 1950 and 1970. Who do you think made it? DON'T CLICK THE SPOILER BEFORE YOU GUESS!!! Spoiler (Move your mouse to the spoiler area to reveal the content) Show Spoiler Hide Spoiler My best guess is that the razor was sold by Dorko, and manufactured by Karl Engels. (Engels, known for their Emir DE razors, and for selling razors to other companies to re-brand, was acquired by Dorko in the 1950's). The handle shape, the white/cream colored plastic handle, (or possibly metal, coated with the same stuff that gives vintage Hoffritz and Coles razor handles a distinct bi-colored whitish hue). The handle end cap, and what can be seen of the head all point towards this being a Dorko razor. On the other hand, it also bears a similarity to a West German no name, low quality Tech clone. Time to toss the dice! Feel free to add your own blurry flip phone style eBay mystery razor pictures to the guessing game.