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    I have been looking around for a box or case to display my razors. Here are some of the things I consider to be the "must have's":

    1.) Hang on the wall.

    2.) Have a plexiglass display front.

    3.) Hold at least 20 - 30 str8s.

    4.) Be lockable.

    5.) Display the razors in an OPEN position.

    What do you folks think?

    I think I have seen a post with a picture of something similar on this forum or our sister forum B&B.

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    There are very small magnets in the back of this box to stabilize the razors.

    It only holds 10, and is the biggest one I've seen which is commercially produced by TI (that I could find within 3 minutes).

    But I think I've seen someone post pictures of his shave den as well where he had his razors in a wall-mounted display which had room for a lot more, home made if I recall.

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    try this one on for size lotta great stuff here

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    Well I ended up getting a nice sized display case to show off my collection, the only problem is, looks like I'm going to have to purchase another one.

    This one has two locking latches and is made of walnut. It's 18"X24" and everything is dovetailed - no nails.

    The only thing I don't like about it is that the razors are held in place by being pressed into the burgundy colored felt that is covering foam backing. So if I want to remove or replace a razor, I have to take the case off of the wall and lay the case down flat. But that could be remedied later.

    By the time all was said and done I spent about $94.00 (including shipping).


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