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Chips in 200yr old blades, remove or leave alone?

the two blades would be a different size and not match anymore. That would bug me.
Yeah, that was my original worry...with a choice between faults, I suppose the best choice is the one with no risk (do nothing). It's probably been there longer than I have been alive, so at least I can think about for a few years, and revisit if I have miraculously run out of other razors to work on. ;)

Thanks for all of the input. I'm learning fast with all the great experience shared.
I would hone it, it’s useless to me with a chip. The trick would be to keep the smile without more wear on the spine. This would significantly increase it’s value IME