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    Default Boker King Cutter Near Mint.

    I just picked this up cheap. A Boker King Cutter. Very near Mint I haven't wiped it off yet in the photo.

    I think I will swap out the scales on it for the white ones I have shown in the picture.

    I will post follow up pics here.





    I will swap out the scales for these:

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    Very nice find. Congrats.
    “If you always do what you always did, you will always get what you always got.” (A. Einstein)

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    Default Date??

    i am trying to date the same razor, an old barbershop recently closed it's doors and i was lucky enough to have the barber give me this boker!! it's not in the best shape, but its the perfect razor for the start of my collection!

    anyone with info on this model i would greatly appreciate it!

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    It would look great in those white scales. excellent find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikey84 View Post
    i am trying to date the same razor, an old barbershop recently closed it's doors and i was lucky enough to have the barber give me this boker!! it's not in the best shape, but its the perfect razor for the start of my collection!

    anyone with info on this model i would greatly appreciate it!
    Post up a few pics there Mikey84. You can place the approximate date by the look of the Tree on the tang. Attached Images
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    Default Here it is!

    Quote Originally Posted by TrilliumLT View Post
    Post up a few pics there Mikey84. You can place the approximate date by the look of the Tree on the tang. Attached Images
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    Sorry man i should have posted these up originally, hahaha

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    The razor is obviously in no usable condition, but i am going to clean it up all the same. Any ideas on the date let me know!!

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    Would that be considered Near Mint or Near NOS?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikey84 View Post
    Sorry man i should have posted these up originally, hahaha

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    The razor is obviously in no usable condition, but i am going to clean it up all the same. Any ideas on the date let me know!!
    That tree is the one used around the time pieriod 1935,I have the same one and was sent a link that showed which tree was used during which years-as I said that tree was used between 1935 -I cant remember,buts thats really close

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    Not sure if you cleaned that Boker yet, but a word of caution from experience, Flitz and most other metal polishes used by hand will remove the gold VERY quickly! Good luck with it.

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    Great find! I found an 11/16 round point on ebay about 4 months ago and I love it. It was in great shape and somehow I got it for just under $30. I am always looking for a 6/8 round point with white scales like yours. Enjoy that smooth shaver!

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