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My Dad's Dad was a High School teacher in Detroit, back when teachers actually knew something, and Detroit Schools were regarded as among the finest in the world.
On occasion he'd offer night school classes on building a split bamboo fly rod. He had quite a collection of them, and there were a...
A friend of mine's mother would sell her car and buy another when the tires needed replacing. Her car dealer was happy to oblige, and even sent out people driving 2-3 different models of new car for her to choose from.
Antique Salt Cellars often had a tiny silver salt spoon in them. I found a sterling spoon from the 30's online for cheap. It's small & will level scoop about a pea-sized bit of soap, but can hold more if not level.
It works great for ToBS and Cremogena.
I lived in Munich for several years, but because of terrorist activities, didn't visit the Hofbräuhaus for about 2 years. My boss was killed by Baader Meinhof when they blew up his armored limo so I also stayed away from a lot of public places.
At the Hofbräuhaus, when you got a table, it was...
Vintage Open Combs aren't as aggressive as they look. A New Short comb or Long comb will give you a smooth & close shave without irritation. I have a 1917 Old Type that is among my favorites, too.
You can't go wrong with a Tech. I prefer the Pre-War models with fat handle.