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Thread: Early Razors and Dating them.....or not

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharptonn View Post
    We lost him too soon!
    Way, way too soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sharptonn View Post
    Funny how a firm's name is bought out and new, outsourced products come to fore for a while.

    I have a Rowland and Marcellus razor. Not the typical product from them!

    http://straightrazorpalace.com/razor...p-2-print.html

    The link is not working properly and is incomplete.
    Hopefully it is not lost?
    That's is a "Printable view" link, if you click on the thread title you will see the entire original thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin103 View Post
    That's is a "Printable view" link, if you click on the thread title you will see the entire original thread.
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    Thanks Martin....My memory is shot.
    I never got that 'printable view' as doing a search before!

    So it was Richard Morton..
    I seem to have CRS!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sharptonn View Post
    We lost him too soon!
    Every time I come across a thread I had not seen before and out comes a tidbit from Neil, I go to hit the "Like" button, hesitate and the feeling that comes with it..... hard to describe. Have to hit the like or thanks button, sounds silly but I feel like its a way of showing honor, respect and gratitude. So many new forum members popping up all the time, they may come across Neils posts and not have an inkling he is gone but all undoubtedly benefit from what he left here for all of us.
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    I know what you mean, when I said about liking Voidmonsters collection I felt like adding that I still go back to the history threads when him, Antique and Neil would focus on a razor or manufacturer and just come up with amazing stuff. Thought that I shouldn't keep referring to past great threads with Neil but I do miss the jokes and history lessons when they all got together.

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