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My opinion is that you can always make the set look right but keep on eye out for the item that will make the set exactly right. I don't dwell on it enough maybe, it's not as if I am creating a NOS set by having the exact right blade pack (but still nice if I could).
Recently purchased this off of Goodwill's auction site. Goodwill's pics (as good or better then I can take!):
It's nice that one can find so many Goodwill razors (and sets) in very good condition. I have a few of the cardboard boxes sets that are in excellent condition. 1930s!
Much, much harder to find in the wild - that is - not in an vintage mall or online. The last decent* Gillette was made in the mid-70s before they made the Super Adjustable with a plastic bottom plate (I'd consider the mid 60s also). So 55 years ago for a collector to even consider. That's a long...
The synthetics of today are light years away of the old nylon knots. I bought a Yaqi Tuxedo a couple of years ago and I do like it. I have 3 nylons in my rotation, but only because I like the handles.
I pick all my mushrooms from the local Krogers. Those morels look like they would be easy to identify though. I guess too many years of reading stories of Southeast Asians - entire families sometimes - eating deathcaps.
I still find it amazing that razors this old can still be found in this condition - especially the cases.
I will admit that I don't like shaving with a Old Type - for me it requires too much attention and careful shaving. They are just 1 or 2 evolutions above a wedge style safety razor.