#11

Member
Austin, TX
One of the most tasteful vintage collections I have seen- they look like they just rolled off the production line! Very well done.
Kevin
#12

Merchant
North Carolina
(11-13-2015, 12:52 AM)kwsher Wrote: One of the most tasteful vintage collections I have seen- they look like they just rolled off the production line! Very well done.

Thank you sir!! Much appreciated!
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#13
That's a nice looking collection for sure.

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#14

Shaven in the Past
Very nice congrates. How long does it take to dust.
#15

Chazz Reinhold HOF
Very, very, nice indeed! I used to collect and owned a lot of vintage, but sold most of it to real collectors. I just happened to be in the right place at the right time most of the time, so stuff kept piling on, lol....
#16

Merchant
North Carolina
(12-26-2015, 08:48 PM)youngunn Wrote: That's a nice looking collection for sure.

Thank you sir!

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(12-27-2015, 08:23 PM)preidy Wrote: Very nice congrates. How long does it take to dust.

Quite a while, and it has grown since this pic... as a famous "fisherman" once said..."we're going to need a bigger boat..."
(12-27-2015, 09:03 PM)hrfdez Wrote: Very, very, nice indeed! I used to collect and owned a lot of vintage, but sold most of it to real collectors. I just happened to be in the right place at the right time most of the time, so stuff kept piling on, lol....
Yes sir! I am quite lucky in that regards as well (right place/right time) and it has indeed grown since this pic!
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#17

Member
Castro Valley,CA
All those minty Gillettes have me drooling! Are those brushes original or have they been reknotted?
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#18

Member
Omaha, NE
I can really appreciate the fact that it looks like you go for quality and not quantity. Well done!
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#19

Merchant
North Carolina
(01-07-2016, 04:08 AM)Trinity Shaving Wrote: All those minty Gillettes have me drooling! Are those brushes original or have they been reknotted?

Thanks!
These are original brushes. Unused. I do have one Ever Ready 500PB that I restored and replaced the knot in.
David A Bronson Jr. - Owner

David James Shaving Supply Co.

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#20
That's one heck of a collection, I love it.  I really like the "guiding eye" instructions on that one razor, I wonder how many people learned to shave under the Guiding Eye?  

I think there was a fascination with eyes in popular culture at some point.  One of my early cars, 1964 Rambler American had the climate controls in a centralized location on the dashboard and it was called the "Weather Eye" - that was printed on the dash.  It was laid out in a circular manner with everything working off a single multi-function control knob.  Very futuristic. Yup, flathead 6, 3 on the tree, robin's egg blue  what a beauty.  You could actually stand in the engine bay to work on the carb or whatnot.

But I digress, love your collection, you should continue to post pictures of various parts of the collection in more detail.
Thank you,
Mark
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