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    Quote Originally Posted by sharptonn View Post
    Not unless he lay his razor in the middle of that circle and said the right words. Er...You didn't do that, did you?
    You mean I shouldn't have sworn by the gods old and new of the razor? Well, I may not make another trip down there...... And where did the blood on my Southington razor come from. I know what you're thinking, you idiot, you shaved with it and you always end up with blood on the edge. But tis not true, I haven't....
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    Quote Originally Posted by 57vert View Post
    You mean I shouldn't have sworn by the gods old and new of the razor? Well, I may not make another trip down there...... And where did the blood on my Southington razor come from. I know what you're thinking, you idiot, you shaved with it and you always end up with blood on the edge. But tis not true, I haven't....
    Well, It's a good thing you said the wrong words and did not lay the razor in the center of the circle on Spendur's birthday.
    Otherwise, the Drac's of Southington would be loose!

    Now the blood on the edge.......Be carefull! Blade angle, blade angle!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by thebigspendur View Post
    Oh-Oh now you've done it. See that picture with the wood "cases" on the floor. Them be caskets and no other than Dracula and his brood have been there unmolested for 100 years. Now you've unleashed them on the world.
    My ex mother in law has been wandering around Southington for almost 90 years now. Someone beat 57vert to it.
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    My grandfather, Sabatino Mele, worked on Cutlery from 1904 to 1952, then in 1908 became SoHaCo, Southington Hardware Company, abandoning the production of razors and starting to produce hardware carpenter.

    I was very pleased to see the old factory inside. Thank you for your beautiful photos.

    My grandfather, whom I knew well, I remain a razor that he left me and one bought on an auction sale.


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    Mio nonno, Sabatino Mele, ha lavorato alla Cutlery dal 1904 al 1952 , che poi nel 1908 si trasformò in SoHaCo, Southington Hardware Company, abbandonando la produzione di rasoi e iniziando la produzione di hardware da carpentiere.

    Sono stato molto contento di vedere la vecchia fabbrica dall'interno. Grazie per le tue belle foto.

    Di mio nonno, che ho conosciuto bene, mi rimangono un rasoio che lui mi ha lasciato ed uno comprato su un asta di vendita.

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