I've been selling straight razors on ebay for years now—with quite a number going to overseas addresses. After a recent ebay sale of a custom Fenney Tally Ho! straight, however, I may reconsider shipping overseas. A few days ago I received a rather frantic PM from the buyer (gorillaz97), stating ebay international had contacted him to inform him his recently-won razor would NOT be delivered due to import/shipping restrictions to his country (China?). His note to me: "What's wrong with the shipping? I just got the refund notice. They said it's a restricted item. I am so sad that a nice vintage Tally Ho is just gone. Could you help to figure out what's wrong with it? I really love the razor. It's hard to find another one as beautiful as this one. I've been searching for Tally Ho for such a long time. I really don't want to lose it just like that. So sad. Please help. I've just sent the email to eBay to get their explanation." Shortly thereafter I received this message from eBay: So it looks like it WON'T be delivered to the buyer (eBay will refund him his payment to me), and the razor WON'T be returned. So the question I have, who has the razor now? Does it go to the great contraband warehouse similar to the one at the end of the first Indiana Jones film? Or, more likely, some import clerk now has himself a nice Christmas present.... Too bad as it was a very nice and rather rare straight razor.