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I sometimes use this trick and you do not need magnification. You take the blade and have a good light source then rotate side to side and front to back while looking at the blade. You will see a light reflected from the bevel and then rotate the blade so you see the reflection of the other...
Sanguine? Hope the one you get is not bloodthirsty... Very much a strange play on words to me as this is the root word of exsanguinate which we all learned on CSI means to bleed out.
Word Origin & History
1319, "type of red cloth," from O.Fr. sanguin (fem. sanguine), from L...
I have an older one I picked up quite a while ago. (The picture is the seller's; hopefully he does not mind my posting it) It is a really lovely shaver and I think I will use it in the morning.
Thank you for inspiring my shave.
Most vintage german razors shave really well so if it is in your...
I would use caution with this guy as I have read horror stories about knife sharpeners and razors. Not saying that he does not know what to do, but...
Also everyone has a different opinion on a shave ready edge.
There are a few guys down there in Australia on B&B. Send johnmrson an e-mail and...
Boker has at least one http://badgerandblade.com/vb/showthread.php/60000-Boker-SS-Saint-Louis-6-8-1895-w-custom-scales
Also a lot of Solingen razors have an anchor on the blade. Here is one of mine that was rescaled by Gssixgun. It is his picture too as I do not have a picture as good as he takes.