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    Just saw this one pop up on the bay, I feel like this may have been a group buy at some point here before my time.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/114154316838
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    I remember an SRP limited edition razor from years ago but not one that looks like the one linked to.

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    These are the ones I remember

    https://sharprazorpalace.com/content...ght-razor-644/
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    Yeah I remember this razor. Wow, already 20 years ago when there was only one “honemeister” and a plethora of amazing vintage razors to be had for a steal.

    It sure is hard to find decent stuff on eBay these days with so many vendors competing to snatch them up and resell them.

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    Yea, I used to have 2 of those babies. They were nothing special just typical TI's. The handles were supposed to be boxwood or elder as I recall.

    The next iteration was the good one with the blue scales and made by Robert Williams.
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    Yes, It was a group buy like the brush and Williams razor. I am thinking original purchase price was around $180. Any TI new for that price is good to go.

    I will see what number mine is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NittanyGator View Post
    Just saw this one pop up on the bay, I feel like this may have been a group buy at some point here before my time.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/114154316838
    Did you get it? I see that it has sold...
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    One bidder, for the awkward razor formerly known as SRP

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    I have 3 of those.
    Looks like I will lose money on those if I sell them now.
    Yes , the scales were made from boxwood.
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    I thought was good value for a TI razor. I wasn’t around on SRP 20 years ago but I did think it was good value for such a razor
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    Quote Originally Posted by randydance062449 View Post
    I have 3 of those.
    Looks like I will lose money on those if I sell them now.
    Yes , the scales were made from boxwood.
    That's too bad Randy, but probably true.
    I don't think that too many people are willing to spend the money for a razor with a blade that has Lynn's autograph nowadays. Kinda meaningless.

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