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    Default Raynolds custom restore

    Here is a custom restored Frederick Reynolds. I buffed the razor to 600 grit greaseless and then did a light polish with Simichrome. The scales are black dyed stabilized sycamore finished with Wipe on poly. The wedge is ivory acrylic, stainless washers and nickel-silver pins.
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    That's just awesome. Great looking blade.
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    love the scales, well done
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    Very smart.
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    Great job Stefan. Scales have superb patterning.
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    Great looking restore. That is some funky wood for sure but I really like the grain pattern.
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    Very nice! That wood is unusual, yet really nice!

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