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I know of a few places but looking for other options.
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(This post was last modified: 11-05-2015, 11:55 PM by caleb31.)
Chefknivestogo.com
Sharpeningsupplies.com
Woodcraft
Aframestokyo
Epicurianedge
Amazon
Thejapanstone




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Naturalwhetstonecompany
Danswhetstone

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The superior shave dot com

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The perfect edge dot com

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Thanks! I didn't realize the Superior Shave carried them.Nice selection but they are closed for a week. While I like the place, the website drives me crazy, it's so '80's but not without it's charms. Sharpening Supplies has some good prices. I might give them a try.

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(11-23-2015, 01:44 AM)Boingo Wrote: Thanks! I didn't realize the Superior Shave carried them.Nice selection but they are closed for a week. While I like the place, the website drives me crazy, it's so '80's but not without it's charms. Sharpening Supplies has some good prices. I might give them a try.
Sharpening supplies has great deals,the shapton pro?professional models are very nice .:nice clean cutters .

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I like The Superior Shave, and I get my arkies from Dan's or Natural Whetstone. They're all good.

I've also used Aframestokyo in the past, and I've not been disappointed with his offerings. You do have to know what to look for in that case, though.

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[Image: 5e93ca7a57a32f2e58391ef7b05f7c5a.jpg] I picked up this Shobu from www.japanesenaturalstones.com
Around 110 delivered .very happy with it.

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To me Ardennes coticule mining company provide an excellent pre and post customer service with Maurice or Ann-Katrien.

The shipping is not ridiculous for a stone and they hand pick the hone you're looking for.

I'm a happy returning customer.

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VintageScent.com - your shop for Semogue brushes and more wetshaving products.
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I purchased my most favorite pre-finishers (Tam-O-Shanter, Coticule) and finishers (Thruis and purple La Lune) from eBay. BTW, there is one purple La Lune is listed there now for a reasonable price with a best offer option. Hope someone form this forum will snatch it!
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I have always gotten high quality sharpening supplies for woodworking from Lee Valley. They have a great online selection, their prices are very good, and they ship quickly. The link below will take you directly to their sharpening supplies page.

http://www.leevalley.com/US/Wood/page.as...=1&p=43072

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I'll agree with Bruno on Ardennes Coticule.

Also Maksim at JNS... Buy with confidence.


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