...have $5 burning a hole in your pocket, and a beard wrapped around your face that you are just dying to get rid of. So you walk into your local general store and you spend that $5 on a fancy triple silver plated Gillette Safety Razor! You had no idea that 111 years later, some fella in Mississippi would own your fancy triple silver plated Gillette Safety Razor, but he didn't use it. No, he kept it proudly on display in a cabinet. A cabinet not in his outhouse, nor even in his new fancy indoor bathroom. No sir, it's in his living room. For anyone to see and admire. 111 years ago, you were just lucky to have $5 to purchase a razor. This nut job has several razors, including yours, in a display cabinet just sitting there, begging to be used for it's intended purpose once again. This is one of the few sets I kept from my hardcore Gillette collecting days. The case is considered in very fine condition considering its age. No rips or tears in the leather. Only a couple of minor scuffs. Some slight fraying to in the liner where it covers the hinges. The blade boxes immaculate. The razor covered in 111 year old tarnish but in perfect condition: no bent teeth, no cracks or hairline fractures in the handle. The shipper box has seen better days, missing its green money-like labels on one end and one side of the box top. But look closely at the top label... Notice the printing errors? KING in the King C Gillette signatures is spelled KNIG! Oops!