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I´ve received from France a 1946 Milord in a unusual case. I believe it´s a mismatch. The blade box comes with a 1930 NEW blade but I think the logo of the case comes later. The case looks nearly like a 1950 french Tech set, but maybe it´s a mismatch too.
Any ideas, wich razor is right for that...
This Double Ring found his way to me. He has no serial number and weights only 49g (my 1905 DR weights 50g). I´m confused about the stamp on the handle: it says "PAT.AP.FOR" instead of "PAT.APL´D.FOR"
What do you think: is that one of the 1903 set´s?
For me it´s the Holy Grail of my collection...
I´ve ask the same question in 2009, but there was no solution.
Now I´ve seen the third razor with this stamped star on the base plate. Any ideas today?
The first one I´ve received from England
I´ve found this nice 1909 Single Ring set. The handle says PAT.NOV.15.04.N
That "N" is new for me. Knows anybody what the "N" means? It´s a US set for the french market with G in D stamp. Is that the reason?
I´ve found this NEW set. The case looks like the Berkshire or Oxford case, but it´s black. And it comes with a common bar handle instead of a ball end handle. I´ve never seen before this set. Any ideas about name and date of this set?
I´ve found this set, but I dont know the name of this set. The case looks like the #88 case, so is it a #88 DeLuxe set? The other set with this razor that I´ve , comes in a Belmont case, so I´ve called it 2-piece Belmont set. But I don´t know the officially name.
I´ve found this package of 2 NEW Gillette blades. They have the date code "O2" and the patent number 2038415, what date the blade in 1944. I didn´t know, that the NEW blades runs into WWII. Can anybody help with the timeline of the NEW blades?