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A UK vendor is offering some nice old Simpson Brushes advertising display cards on eBay at £7UK BIN for a batch of five. He ships internationally, and they are lightweight (I know, because I bought some myself), so shouldn't cost much to mail.
He states that they are "part of the inventory...
I once heard that if you have a facelift, you end up having to shave behind your ears because during the procedure, skin from your beard area is dragged up there. Anyone know if there's any truth in this?
It occurs to me to wonder if the blade - DE or straight - ever actually makes contact with the skin of the face during a wet shave? Or is there a constant barrier of lather throughout the process?
Sporting friends of mine have suggested that skiers don't ski on snow - that they slide on a...
Are American folk much interested in this? Is anyone, anywhere interested in this?
Personally, I have fond memories of William's mohter, congratulate the couple on their engagement, and wish them every future happiness.
I'd been looking for an old open comb razor for some time, so was pleased to spot this amongst a display of antique microscopes and sundry medical equipment at a Scientific Instruments fair in London recently. On the face of it, not too impressive, but with potential, I thought. The seller was...
Here's a photo I recently took of Trumpers in their new location, Duke of York Street - a stone's throw from their old premises in Jermyn Street. Carefully note the Red Lion pub, immediately next door!