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    This stone is 6x2-3/8...

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    Another pic.Have to say this is a great finisher and didn't pay a fortune for it, without a box or label.I carved a quick box out of some pine to protect it,nothing fancy.Thanks for the likes.

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    Barbers Delight Quality 6x2inch with three layers:


    Thuringian Bout:


    Slurries in Barber Delight Style:


    Barbers Delight Dual Color:
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    Quote Originally Posted by doorsch View Post
    Barbers Delight Quality 6x2inch with three layers:

    Thuringian Bout:


    Slurries in Barber Delight Style:

    Barbers Delight Dual Color:
    Beautiful - 3 layers, never seen that before...fantastic stones.

    Here's an interesting one, "The Fox No. 44 Extra Soft Water Hone and Rubber", in the original wooden box. Essentially, this is a Barber's Delight, is easily as nice as my BD, and might even be a tad nicer. I've been doing some refreshes using the stone, and the results are crisp, sharp and smooth with only about 15-20 laps.

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    Yeah seems they often used dual layered stones for those:

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    Quote Originally Posted by doorsch View Post
    Yeah seems they often used dual layered stones for those:

    I did not know that - I haven't tried to remove my stone from the wooden base, I'd heard that they were two layered as well....

    What are your observations regarding the Fox.No. 44, know you are far more well versed than I on them.

    Do you have any video's with them? :-)
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    My new little mon cherry:

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    This little guy together with my coti help me getting rid of the „I need big stones for razor honing“ thinking

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