Made a circuit of my new area of some major antique shops. One appears promising but flaky, apparently it's notorious for being unpredictably closed. 2nd was excellent, where I finally found the exact expansion watch band that I've been looking for as well as a cheap vinyl strap that goes fine with my pocket watch. $5 well spent. 3rd was the classiest of them all but also the most dishonest as well as highest priced. Locked in a display case I could just make out (place is very dim) a Gillette box that said Richwood, while inside of it was a bright and unused looking gold ball end Tech. Just as I noticed it and was able to make out the price tag of $199, the lady who ran the place came up and said "Oh that's a very nice piece, that's even the original box and razor!" I just walked away. These people clearly know their antiques better than any other shop I've been to in quite some time. That tells me she was lying and knew she was lying because anybody who came across that box and that razor would no doubt have looked them up on the internet and seen you could not have a worst mismatch on your hands. But even though I had said earlier that I was looking for safety razors, she figured me for a rube. Well that's just one more place to scratch off the list.