Discussion in 'Safety Razors' started by PLANofMAN, Aug 9, 2018.
I have four FB techs I kinda want to check them to see which they are now.
Digging the turquoise/blue box there. Never seen that Gillette look before.
thank you sir ,was an important one for me to find .my grandad was R.A.F. during ww2 in burma.he may have had one..
the "made in england" and "gillette" insignia are below the bar pins on the service set and above the bar pins on common ones,they also have more post war type safety guards than the more common flat bottom techs..
#27 sets.common baseplate-1948..
1940 u.s gold prewar tech..
Here is a Nacet branded open comb Tech.
cool score..that open guard looks very similar to the sheraton design..
2 not so common British Tech razors.
First one is referred to as a hybrid tech by collectors. The actual name of the razor as given to it by Gillette is a heavy-type. Set number is No. 40 and the date of 1947 is corroborated by this advert.
The next is a 4 piece tech, handle style is called a telescopic handle. Set it was sold in was a No 26 in 1946.
ndc canadian tech with rare brit handle..
we 3 brits..#27 sets.french market razor in center..
1949 ish french tech set.solid thin handle..
hello @mr-razor .any ideas what number or year .thank you..
no, I´ve the same set, but no informations about it.
ok sir ,thank you.
thank you Jon....
the case is from a 1959 gold one piece presentation set..
new tech hybrid..
early 50s french aluminum tech set..
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