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    Beautiful work, as always!

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    Those are beauties. Nice job.

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    very nice
    that anchor looked like it may have been 1 for a while
    nice save of 4 awesome blades
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    Very nice work.

    My only suggestion is to use a darker background in your light box. Those shiny blades almost disappear in your pics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Undream View Post
    Blade width, 1.081" at widest.
    Spine thickness 0.280"
    Shoulder to tip: 3.195"
    cutting edge approx 2.8"

    Weight with new scales 3.8oz
    Thanks, that's very interesting. I've never managed to get my hands on a blade like this but I suspected they would be thicker than the often used 1/4" stock.

    Were these huge razors primarily made for export to the states? I can't recall ever seeing one come up for sale here.
    Last edited by mikew; 04-23-2014 at 07:44 AM.

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    Brad I like what you did a lot!
    I have to agree with Wullie, since the blades loose the details, or maybe a bit less of a flash or even a HDR if you have the camera on the stand (since it can be fairly hard to make an exposure for the black and shiny silver blade together)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikew View Post
    Thanks, that's very interesting. I've never managed to get my hands on a blade like this but I suspected they would be thicker than the often used 1/4" stock.

    Were these huge razors primarily made for export to the states? I can't recall ever seeing one come up for sale here.
    There was an W&B Anchor for sale on the Classifieds here about 6 months ago, right after I got mine darn it!

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    Digging that regrind, nice clean work!
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    Amazing work Brad.

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    Very fine work Brad, I really like the blue and green G10 lined wedge with the CF. They are all excellently finished.

    Stu

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