Discussion in 'Show and tell' started by Darkbulb, Feb 17, 2014.
Isn't that always the case!!!!!!
I thought so too. They were basically a way to take your strop with you when traveling without worrying about it getting damaged, and it would take up less space than a strop packed flat.
The DE razor put an end to them. And they weren't manufactured much past the early 1900's, no later than the 1920's or so.
but their memory lives on ....
Probably wouldn't be all that hard to convert one of those...
Strop manufacturers ought to look into it. Junk yards are full of those things.
Just bought this 1980’s Floïd Blue aftershave on the bay a few minutes ago.
very cool.nice score.
Thanks Gary. A lot better looking than my plain jane black one.
Been watching this for a while and the seller sent me a nice offer.
I saw it for a nice price ............ Merkur Progress 500
Not quite minty, but very nice.
Razorock Game Changer 68-P/Barber pole handle.
I don't plan on being a collector. (I have 3 safety razors so far in about 7 weeks).
But I wanted at least one stainless steel model. Can't wait for it to get here.
I think you need a Merkur progress as well.
It's on my "Hmmmm ... Maybe" list.
I Never Ever can find one of those for a good deal , and Believe me I Have Tried !!!! Congrats on the find..
It was lonely.
Haircut & Shave Company Ti Efficient Machined Finish with All-Knurled Handle
I use to keep honeybees and my son mentioned that he wanted a smoker for one of his shelves. So I found one for his Christmas or birthday gift.
Suspected Llyn Idwal stone. 6" x 1.75"
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