#1

Member
Omaha, NE
Just got this back from Razor Emporium. They did a real nice job fixing a dropped knob and shining it up.
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#2

Member
Metro Detroit
Looks great!


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#3

Member
Omaha, NE
This is what it looked like when I bought it on the bay.
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#4

Member
Southern Ohio
Looks really nice. Amazing what can be done with some of these older razors that look like there is no hope for them.

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#5

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San Diego, Cal., USA
Very nice! Use it in good health. Smile

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#6

Member
Omaha, NE
(01-17-2016, 01:06 AM)Cincinnatus Wrote: Looks really nice.  Amazing what can be done with some of these older razors that look like there is no hope for them.

I usually try to find razors like this. Most people think that they are a lost cause. Before I sent it off to RE I soaked it a few times in scrubbing bubbles and scrubbed it with a gun brush. It looked really good after that but it still had the dropped knob problem. I know how to fix that problem but wanted it done professionally so as not to damage the finish in case I ever want to re-plate it.
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#7

Member
San Francisco
Really beautiful razor. Thanks for sharing!

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David : DE shaving since Nov 2014. Nowadays giving in to the single-edge siren call.
#8

Member
Austin, TX
Nicely done- enjoy!

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