#1
I'm starting to sort out all the razors I have and divided them into;
- cartridges,
- injectors,
- DE,
- SE, and
- Straight razors

My cartridge 'collection' is one of the smaller ones so I started with that one.

Below are all 33 of them are laid out on a table before I figure out how to place them on the shelf that is assigned to them.

For anyone interested, here's a legend to the razors below:

1st row:

Wilkinson Protector "Tomorrow Never Dies" edition
Wilkinson Protector "Goldfinger" edition
Wilkinson Protector Metal
Wilkinson Protector 3D
Wilkinson Bonded, issued in Portugal

2nd row:
Wilkinson T70 sample razor
Wilkinson T70 sample razor
Wilkinson T70 'black & white"
Wilkinson T70 'red dot'
Wilkinson Kompakt
Wilkinson Bonded sample razor, unusual shape
Wilkinson Bonded, black w/ large sword icon on handle
Wilkinson II/WII

3rd row:
Merkur MII
Wilkinson Royale
Gillette Sensor, executive in gold
Gillette Trac II
Kent
Schick Paul Revere cartridge
Schick Paul Revere cartridge
Reed & Barton Atra Sterling Silver plated
Gillette Atra in invitation pack

4th row:
Truefitt & Hill
No-name silver plated decorated handle
Crabtree & Evelyn
Gillette Atra "DeLuxe"
Gillette Atra
Concord
Gillette Atra Elite
Burma Shave
Schick Pivot in gold
Schick Super II
Schick Super II

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I think coming up next will be the straight razors

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#2

Member
Austin, TX
Brilliant! Thanks for sharing.

PS is that a Leica in your avatar shot?
Kevin
#3
(12-16-2015, 08:54 PM)kwsher Wrote: Brilliant! Thanks for sharing.

PS is that a Leica in your avatar shot?

Thanks and nah, that's just a Fuji X100. My Leica-toting days are sadly gone. Loved that M3 Sad

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#4

Chazz Reinhold HOF
Very nice collection. Thanks for sharing it.

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#5

Member
Austin, TX
(12-16-2015, 08:56 PM)darkbulb Wrote:
(12-16-2015, 08:54 PM)kwsher Wrote: Brilliant! Thanks for sharing.

PS is that a Leica in your avatar shot?

Thanks and nah, that's just a Fuji X100. My Leica-toting days are sadly gone. Loved that M3 Sad

M3... not sure how you let the tense change from love to loved Smile

I like the Fuji X series- I put a E2 on my holiday list but not sure if I have been naughty or nice. Jury is still out according to my wife.
Kevin
#6

Member
Omaha, NE
Never thought I would be jealous of a cart collection, but that is pretty cool.

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