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    Now those are some awesome examples - the "Hancock" is especially like.
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    If I may...

    http://straightrazorpalace.com/attac...ers-stub_1.jpg

    http://straightrazorpalace.com/attac...ers-stub_2.jpg

    http://straightrazorpalace.com/attac...ers-stub_5.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScienceGuy View Post
    From the 1774 G&M, Georgius Smith, from Scotland (in Sheffield). Mark simple 'G. Smith'
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    oooo come on , we gotta get these pics up .. it took to long to see the razor !!! ...lol...

    very nice , getting ready to shave with one i honed last night here in an hour o so .. LOVE these oldies !!!

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    Here are a few.

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    Note the similar blade shape: dip in the spine at the toe, and a drop by the tang. These are early. Two yet to be identified, and on the bottom a William Warburton (with LISBON mark, later used by son Thomas).

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    Two French razors in tortoise.

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    Birks, Sheppard, Harwood & Co, and an unknown.

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    Another Birks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScienceGuy View Post
    Here are a few.

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    Note the similar blade shape: dip in the spine at the toe, and a drop by the tang. These are early. Two yet to be identified, and on the bottom a William Warburton (with LISBON mark, later used by son Thomas).

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    Two French razors in tortoise.

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    Birks, Sheppard, Harwood & Co, and an unknown.

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    Another Birks.

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    i need a mop to clean up the drewl and the handle to push my tongue back in my mouth !!! VERY VERY NICE !!!
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    Here are the ones I could find. I couldn't find my Greaves I just recently made the scales for.
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    Then there are these...............
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScienceGuy View Post
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    Those first two are stunningly gorgeous ! I especially like the big worked washer

    Wish my two P*Norris were in tortoise too.
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    I did not realize that pipe razors were that old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Utopian View Post
    I did not realize that pipe razors were that old.
    There were indeed many manufacturers that used variations on the pipe back into the 1700s. http://straightrazorpalace.com/razor...ml#post1262113
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