I'm been thinking about doing something with this idea. I really love the history of the Gillette safety razors and I'm compiling my own list and I have some standout razors to place on it. I wondered what iconic Gillette razor you might place on the list and why did you choose it? Here's a couple of mine: I think, number one in my list has to be the double ring razor; particular those in the first year, for obvious reasons. It started everything! I wonder if there is a double ring that is deemed better than any another. The First World War US Military (Kahki) Set is on my list. How could it not be? With Congress declaring war in 1917 and the US mobilising in 1918. That is epic! I don't think there is any doubt it paid a huge role in ending the war. The Goodwill has got to be on my list, but which one? You have the whole history of the Wall Street Crash, September 1929, if I remember correctly, which devasted America and the U.K for over ten years. All encapsulated within the Goodwill. Gillette were very shrewd in getting people hooked on the New style razor blade at the time. The Toggle has to be on my list. I think Gillette were trying to do something really fantastic with the development of a true adjustable razor. The Toggle, Bottom dial Fatboy and Red Dot Fatboy were all around at about the same time but the Toggle is the one I'd love to own. It looks so great! These some of my thoughts. What do you think?