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    I have a nice "John" Elliot razor I'm not sure how old or how much it is worth can someone please give me some feedback on this razor. Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomkatt213 View Post
    I have a nice "John" Elliot razor I'm not sure how old or how much it is worth can someone please give me some feedback on this razor. Thank you
    They are nice razors, but forum policy rules don't allow evaluations on the site.

    Your best best is to take into consideration the state the razor is in, and go to eBay and look for razors that are similar to give you an idea.

    Also, posting a pic of the blade, we can tell you if it's a rare one and comment on the condition of the razor itself....but no evaluations on the forum are allowed.
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    Rare or unusual razors are tough one to find price comparisons for because there can be few or none comparable sold listing. Just because a razor is rare does not make it worth more money either. There are times that very rare pieces in exceptional condition goes for surprisingly low amounts of money, when compared to the popular pieces. Also condition or as Phrank put it the state the razor is in is everything when it comes to evaluating comparable razors. Sold listing are a very good source of information but are often difficult to read. I think if you want to be serious about the pricing you might want to look at this thread to give you some ideas about conditions of razors. eBay 101
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    Well in that case it must be worth
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    Its worthless. Send it to me for disposal/recycling

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    Welcome to SRP. As Phrank said, we don't do appraisals because they are generally one man's opinion. Going to ebay and doing a 'completed items' search for Joseph Elliot razor should give you something to go with.
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