Here's a weird one, I think. It's just a standard 1930s model Enders Speed Razor (not to be confused the the later Speed "Shaver"), but it has "Compliments of the American Airlines" branding. Seems like an odd thing for an airline to distribute, but perhaps it was typical for the time. Regardless, because I hadn't seen one before, I decided to make this my first Enders Speed "Razor" acquisition. I'm obviously quite familiar with the later models, so I assume blade adaptation will the same. I am impressed with the label execution. It appears to have some kind of sheen over the label itself---almost like a fine coating of lacquer, so it endured my hot water soak and polish just fine.