Discussion in 'The Brush' started by Primotenore, Dec 13, 2020.
This is mine...hands down. A gorgeous 100% Sabini Morris & Forndran Victorian.
No regrets on any brush I've sold. Now razors...
That's interesting. I have sold a LOT of vintage Gillette razors, a good amount of them were NOS and except for the 1947 boxed Super-Speed, I have zero regrets.
One NOS bottle of Agua Lavanda Puig I REALLY regret selling.
My SS Rockwell 6S.
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brit red tip rocket..
My old Frank Shaving Finest brush. Super soft and worked so well. Don't know why I let it go.
A Wolf Whisker with a Black Wolf knot I traded for a Rockwell 6s that was hand polished to a mirror finish. I'm glad I got the razor as it is a favorite but don't do the long wait by my computer screen to obtain things like a WW and traded to get it. May never have another WW now unless I happen along one that strikes me in a BST.......
1941 Gillette Ranger Tech
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No regrets as I have never sold a brush, but the day is coming.
Honestly, I have no regrets for selling brushes. It took me a while to figure out what I liked the best and I have stuck with them for the last 7 years. (Mixed badger/boar and Semogues are my favorite)
Razors on the other hand, there are a few...
Agreed. Found one unexpectedly many years ago and I can STILL remember how unusually well it shaved.
Gotcha, heading over to meet you at the Classifieds now. Hopefully a Wolf Whiskers in the mix
What does it mean, this word 'selling' you speak of?
I don't know maybe a Wilkinson Sticky (just plain fun) and a Gillette New Deluxe cased (that I never even tried out).
That all said lately I've been thinning out my collection without any regrets.
No regrets as I haven't sold anything yet. I've given some stuff but that was fine. Now a regret I have is for Not buying a vintage complete Full seaforth set in box with lotion , talc , soap , bowl and something else I'm forgetting for less than 20 usd !!
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