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Discussion in 'General Straight Razor Talk' started by California Cajun, Dec 1, 2010.
Thank you I sure enjoy it.
Beautiful razor. Sadly no more dovos in my collection anymore but maybe I need to change that.
Thank you sir.
This evenings shave:
Frederick Reynolds "The Old English Razor"
Custom CRV Silvertip
Absolutely my favorite razor currently. BBS in three passes with 36 hours of growth.
Haven't used straights in well over a month (horrible I know).
Back to it today with this razor.
C.V. Heljestrand MK No. 31
'Granite & Lace'
Beter, Mano negra
Circa 1899-1928 Challenge Cutlery "The Celebrated Rifle Razor", 5/8, Bridgeport, Mass.
STRAZORS.com - all about classic razors - Challenge Cutlery Company, Bridgeport, Conn.
5/8 Dovo-Inox w/Olive Wood Scales
5/8 J.A. Henckels #415
Boker Edelweiss 5/8
Beautiful razors and photos today...Thanks.
This one isn't beautiful but she still delivers a flat out perfect shave. W&B Celebrated Barbers Notch...
Bob L I like the way you think
Great razor. Looks like yours is either younger than mine or it is wearing newer scales. What I find surprising about this particular blade is its maneuverability. It's heavy and is pushing 7/8s. But it shaves my upper lip like a good, hollow ground 5/8s.
These are definitely keepers.
ya mine has new pants but the blade is just a delight to shave with. I like big blades an I can not lie
6/8 ivory le grelot.
5/8 Dovo Carre
Had a fantastic shave with this Solingen blade.I did refresh blade on a Charnley Forrest hone before the shave.
This morning's shave ...
Yesterday's little sister, Frederick Reynolds 11/16, near wedge
Maggard's Black and White synthetic
Arko stick for Arko August
If the other FR is my favorite, this one is a very close second.
Bourco 200 . This is actually a Dorko 200 (see the Dorko logo at the center of the blade) which was distributed in Middle East and Africa. 13/16