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    Default Rodgers razor - help

    I have a JOSEPH RODGERS STRAIGHT RAZOR (CUTLERS THEIR MAJESTY NO 6). Just needing some advice on getting a ball park value on it. I am doing this for a family friend...any ideas
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    sorry mate but evaluations are not allowed on the open forums
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    Quote Originally Posted by Substance View Post
    sorry mate but evaluations are not allowed on the open forums
    Evaluations are allowed - it's certainly a nice razor and can be restored into a good shaver. However, we don't allow monetary valuations.

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    You should go look at sold listing on Ebay. Find one for the same brand, size and condition and then take an average. Sometimes you have to watch for a while in order to get enough proper comparisons but it's probably the best source for information.
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    Go to ebay and do a search for "Rodgers razor". On the left column click "completed listings". The totals in green, next to the listing, are the razors that sold. You may find the equivalent razor to compare value there.
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    I am doing this for a family friend...any ideas
    are you planning to restore this razor for your friend?
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    Any idea on the year or age of it? Thanks for your help

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