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    Found this in the local antiques store(all pics after clean up).



    Of course, not an Aristocrat. Will have to scrounge one up now that I have a case.:biggrin:






    Long comb. Plating is well preserved. PAT. Jan 13, 192[0], other patents pending. No serial number, so I assume made between 1931-51.

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    Have one very similar to this one. Great shaver. Good find.
    "The black smoke is just lost power"

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    SRNewb,

    Good show on your acquisition. Some of these razors come with cracked handles, but yours does not seem to have one. Expect many good shaves with the razor.
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    Let the RAD begin
    SRP. Where the Wits aren't always as sharp as the Razors
    http://straightrazorplace.com/shaving-straight-razor/111719-i-hate-you-all.html

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    RollinCoal, Obie, thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by guitstik View Post
    Let the RAD begin
    Little late for that, LOL.
    Mike

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