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No matter the season, no matter the weather the hunt should continue....

Visit the familiar places, seek out new ones, always searching for the elusive find ... and, you never know, you may stumble on that special something because ...

The Scores do await, whether in the wild and online. And when you find one, oh does it feel so good!

And Gents, when you snag one please let us know.

Because, we all want to see and think ... Lucky Dog! I need one of THOSE....
MDC 250g Lavender bath soap
Declaration Grooming Champs De Lavande & La Petite Prairie Shaving Soap
Guerlain L'instant 100ml edp
Just got this! But can anyone confirm exactly I have here? As near as I can figure, it's a 1936 British Aristocrat. But it has a plain, smooth case (not machine-turned on top), and there is no "Made In England" on the inside lid under "Aristocrat." Yet it has the flip-up blade bank in the case. Has anyone ever seen a British Aristocrat in a case like this? On the razor, the patent number is 400.621 under the base plate and "BR'T. PAT. NO. 400630" is imprinted on the handle in the top non-knurled ring. The handle also has a Gillette diamond logo on the lower non-knurled ring.


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