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    Dang fine job my friend, a touch of old school class with a modern blade
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    Very nice, the scales are beautiful.

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    Very clean and classic. Well done.
    Mastering implies there is nothing more for you to learn of something... I prefer proficient enough to not totally screw it up.

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    Always a pleasure seeing your work Carver.

    In CHRIST
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    Very nice work.
    I have this Hart Baxter "Not a Replica" in one of the tropical wood scales...

    What you have done is amazing - the contrast of the Ivory scales and the blued blade...you can imagine how it would feel in your hands....

    Well done.
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    Yes , the transformation is something to hold. The feel in your hands is so solid. It has such a tactile feel that is difficult to describe. I liked just holding it. It somehow spoke to you. Even my wife agreed.

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    Absolutely beautiful! It brings tears to my eyes, and want into my heart! My wife says I should change my name to "I-need-a/I want a!

    She may be right! LOL.


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    Once again Mark you elevated one of my razors to a new dimension. You listened to what I was looking for and far surpassed what I was expecting. Considering I had unreasonable expectations to begin with, having them surpassed blew me away. The coloring in person is even richer than the pictures show.

    And yes, it is a Hart "Not a Replica" from Baxter of California. I bought it specifically to have Mark rescale it in ivory.
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    Dang! I am so jealous Wingdo. Congratulations, you have a beautiful razor!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wingdo View Post
    Once again Mark you elevated one of my razors to a new dimension. You listened to what I was looking for and far surpassed what I was expecting. Considering I had unreasonable expectations to begin with, having them surpassed blew me away. The coloring in person is even richer than the pictures show.

    And yes, it is a Hart "Not a Replica" from Baxter of California. I bought it specifically to have Mark rescale it in ivory.
    It was my pleasure. Thanks for allowing me to do it.

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