(01-08-2016, 05:06 PM)Marko Wrote: 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.
(01-08-2016, 05:09 PM)kwsher Wrote:
Thanks a bunch guys! I do have more in the collection, just need to get the pics! I will post more very soon!
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(12-30-2016, 11:22 PM)preidy Wrote: A superb collection with great variety. Congrats. Just plane cool to see so much history in one place.
Thank you! I have added a bit since I posted this. Have a few more interesting pieces. I will post more pics as soon as I can. (My "man cave" is getting a slight renovation, so I have had to pack things up for a while, but getting ready to display again, soon!)
(02-07-2017, 09:20 AM)stemwad Wrote: Yeah most of those razors you have their look mint very nice let me know if you're looking to increase your collection
Always looking to add to the collection... however, currently I am in an "advertising/promo/give-away" razor search. So far I have an early 1910's Slider Gillette Tech, a 1910's Loonan Lumber Co Gillette Tech, 2 1920's Sears Roebuck & Co. promo Eveready SE razors and a late 18700's Joliet Bridge and Iron Works straight.
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