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    Turned out really nice and period correct, and to my liking not mirror finish, Great razor Enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin103 View Post
    Turned out really nice and period correct, and to my liking not mirror finish, Great razor Enjoy!
    thanks Martin that was our goal to make it period correct. can't wait to shave with it!
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    That looks great and you'll love the shaves.

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    Is that etching on the blade? the first picture in the thread it looks like a light patina but in this pic it looks more like very light etching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otalicus View Post
    Is that etching on the blade? the first picture in the thread it looks like a light patina but in this pic it looks more like very light etching.
    yep it's an etching of a cornucopia

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    Very nice restore kudos to Glen, anthogia you are a lucky man. Glen is working one a W&B for me probably as I am typing this, I can't wait to see it. May yours bring a lifetime of faithful service for you having it brought back to its former glory.
    Aloha,

    ED

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    Quote Originally Posted by dustoff003 View Post
    Very nice restore kudos to Glen, anthogia you are a lucky man. Glen is working one a W&B for me probably as I am typing this, I can't wait to see it. May yours bring a lifetime of faithful service for you having it brought back to its former glory.
    thanks my friend and yours as well!

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    That a really nice one.

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