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    Senior Member timberrr59's Avatar
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    Smile Spanish Point

    This is my Spanish point Joseph Eliott. A nice point for detail work at the sideburns. You have a classy razor. Robert
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    Thanks for sharing, Robert; I quite like your razor as well. It does have a similar point to mine, though your spine seems to extend out a bit past the "notched" section in the middle of the blade. I'm thinking I'll just have to invent a name for the tip and hope someone has some information on the manufacturer.

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    I'd say spanish point.

    The chiseled look reminds me of a Klas Tornblom, but that's just speculative.

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    The design and look of that blade is very similar to a Dovo Bergischer Lowe

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    Talking Tip Name

    Holli, I think I figured out what you can call your tip: The "Barber" of Seville...! robert

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    Nice looking razor. I bet it's real good at trimming sideburns. I would call it a semi-Spanish point.

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