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    Default H. Booker RED-INJUN Razor

    Hello - I was told there might be some history buffs out there! I have a friend who recently purchased a H. Booker razor. The makers mark says H.Booker with Germany underneath with the skinnier tree logo. The other side says RED-INJUN, but there is no number underneath. I cannot find any information about a red-injun without a number. Can anyone please shed some light on this razor? Or, where I can find out what this razor is and when it was manufactured? Thanks!
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    Yes, Check out the link Rez posted as we cant see the tree in your pics. That razor has some fancy scales. Very nice. The crack is fixable but the blade is in need of some work. Looks like a frown plus the heal needs fixing. It's been worn down a good amount over the years. Still, A nice-looking razor if it was fixed up. Your "Friend" can find all the info needed to restore that razor here at SRP. Or someone who would do it for a nominal fee.
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