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    here are some pictures of what I have been working on. I just jumped in head first

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    Looks like you're doing a great job
    Some very nice razors there
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reidg View Post
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    here are some pictures of what I have been working on. I just jumped in head first
    Lookin good, try some gun blueing on your engravings with .5 micron paper.
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    Not a Beauty but my thinnest and most felxibel Razor came yesterday, a nameless british Razor from around 1900 i guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockabillyhelge View Post
    Not a Beauty but my thinnest and most felxibel Razor came yesterday, a nameless british Razor from around 1900 i guess.
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    If it is nameless how csn you date it? It could just as easy be 1942 as it could 1900. Still a great find.
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    do you mean on the shank stamps? To bring out makers markings?
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    anyone have suggestions on getting scratches out on blade engravings without damage?

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    Well, its allways like a look into a dark room trying to date a Razor without stamps or other marks that might give an impression of the production date.
    The old styled scales with lead space and the brass pins, together with the rounded tang and the "flowing" passage from the tang to the blade make me
    guess that its either older than younger as i have seen these design mostly on razors around 1900. But thats only what i guess, in the end i dont know it.

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    Two superb Sheffield blades, on the way from a fine member here, very much looking forward to these two.

    Hargreaves 8/8 FBU:

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    And this, John Creswick, The Celebrated Hollow Ground Razor, For Barbers Use
    Wonder where this blade was inspired from?
    And did the same artisans make this one right before or after a W&B, Rodgers or a Wostenholm!?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reidg View Post
    anyone have suggestions on getting scratches out on blade engravings without damage?
    Pic's would help
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