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Milord identification

I was just admiring my two Milords when I noticed how different they are. Neither of them bear a date code so I know they are pre-1950. The thing that strikes me as odd is the one on the left has the old style “T-post” center but doesn’t have a smooth band at the bottom of the handle like the 41 milords and ranger techs. Just wondering if anybody has ideas on this.
 

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Left is the gold plated version of the US Aristocrat Jr., right is the gold plated version of the 48-50 Super Speed. The Milord name was used for various renditions of gold plated razors and changed over the years.
 
Left is the gold plated version of the US Aristocrat Jr., right is the gold plated version of the 48-50 Super Speed. The Milord name was used for various renditions of gold plated razors and changed over the years.
I've never heard of a US Aristocrat Junior. Do you have a reference for them?
 
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