Hi all, Well, color me surprised! About two weeks ago, I visited an (out of the way) Antique Shop. I've been to this Shop several times during the past year and I have found a few "decent" (common) vintage Gillette Razors (which I did purchased) however, I left behind a few "also ran" Razors. On this recent visit, I searched about the store and I found only a single "Ever-Ready 1912" (priced so cheap) that I had to buy it (despite having many SE GEM/Ever-Ready Razors). At any rate, after searching the entire Shop and not finding any other Razors, I walked up to the Glass counter to pay for my 1912. While standing by the Cash Register, I one more time gazed into the Glass display case (where the same old "also ran" Razors still sat). Whoa, wait, wait, ummmm (thinks I) did I examine this ONE razor before ? I had spied among the "also rans" a Razor in a case that I was uncertain if I had examined in the past. I was thinking this Razor might of been the (so so condition) Super Speed that I had passed on months earlier but this was not a Super Speed. So, of course I asked the Shop person if I could see that one Razor. The Razor was then placed on the counter top in front of me. I put on my Reading Glasses and I took a close look. I turned the Razor over and quickly noticed "Made in England" (Whoa!) So (keeping my cool) I held the Razor right up in front of the Shop person Face and I began to open & closed the TTO knob. It quickly became apparent that the Razor's doors would not close completely. I said to the Shop person (after a dramatic pause as only a former Actor could do)......Ummmm, this might clean up and work.....OK, I guess I'll take a chance. So, I paid NINE dollars for this Razor (which included it's case) and (if memory serves) I paid four dollars for the Ever-Ready 1912 (which is in VERY nice condition). As I wrote in the TITLE of this thread.....I had no idea what vintage Gillette Razor I purchased (other than it being a "Made in England" Gillette Razor). Once home, I post (elsewhere) a photograph of this Razor seeking help to ID. I quickly received a reply and learned this Razor is a Gillette #58. Oooh (thinks I) OK, nice, a Gillette #58. Well, what I did NOT know (until yesterday) the Gillette #58 is also called an "ARISTOCRAT". So, now I'm the proud owner of a 1956 Made In England #58 vintage Gillette "ARISTOCRAT". How cool is this ? SixCats!