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    There was one in the classifieds that I hesitated on. Now I really regret it. Hey it may have even been you that purchased it. The ivory (though I don't buy elephat ivory myself) is an absolute stunner and I think the spur thing is a beautiful touch - I love thumb notches and want to try faux framebacks like dat. Beautiful specimen!

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    look at this



    a nice Chandler with the same Anatomy.

    Greets Nils

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    Quote Originally Posted by CJBianco View Post
    It's an old photo I dug up of my favorite Klas Tornblom razor that I originally bought from...hmm...I think it was gugi.
    Yeah I was gonna say it looks like the one you got from me quite some time ago. Even looks like I may have taken the photo

    Brad, they make them with plastic and bone scales too - if Santa says you've been a good boy you may get an email from me some day

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    God, that's a beautiful razor. Heljestrand & the like made some of the prettiest, in my opinion.

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    and fantastic shavers too...

    ..I mean they are ok I guess, probably not worth looking into though.. nothing to see here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stubear View Post
    So in the spirit of Leonard da Quirm*, we should call it "The device for keeping your thumb away from the edge of a thumb notched blade while you strop."

    Or TDFKYTAFTEOATNBWYS for short. It rolls off the tongue!


    * For those who dont read Discworld, Leonard da Quirm is a Leonardo da Vinci type mad inventor who is held captive by the Patrician in Ankh-Morpork. He comes up with these great inventions, but he admits he's not good with names so they tend to come out like the one above!
    This is not going to fly. There is a new movement at SRP agains acronyms. See http://straightrazorpalace.com/site-...appen-but.html LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyHAD View Post
    I believe the correct name for that is the little spur thingy.
    I thought it was a doo hicky thingy.

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