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    Thanks so much for the information, Manah! I really appreciate your input.

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    dapperjoe, first of all, Welcome to SRP.

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    guys, I was shopping again ..... some razor for little money .....


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    My contributions. They each have issues, but they both give great shaves. The top is a Joseph Elliot with a prominent crack running through the tang. The second is a Packwood that appeared to have been put through a knife sharpener.Name:  IMG_1811.jpg
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    yup. I was biddin' on that one. Be blessed
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    my Birks is restored.......

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    Not sure if this qualifies as a stub tail but I didn't see a thread for unusual tails, maybe it belongs in the frameback thread? there's no maker stamp on it so I haven't been able to put a date on it. Can anyone help me out? Also If I've the wrong thread please point me in the right direction thanks.

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    a new Razor for mes. A old english. what is this for a logo?

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    Default My first stub tail...

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    Tell me what you think Am I right in thinking its from around 1830?
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    Default Re: The Stub-Tailed Shavers

    Quote Originally Posted by PortlandJosh View Post
    Tell me what you think Am I right in thinking its from around 1830?
    Beautiful razor, but I'd say nearer 1850 myself, but there's a lot of overlap on these.
    I have a similar overall shape razor with a slightly longer tail that I estimate at 1860 ish from research and shape

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    Quote Originally Posted by strawinski View Post
    a new Razor for mes. A old english. what is this for a logo?
    Maybe I. Barber?

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