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    Default Joesph Rogers Wedge, Heirloom Restoration

    This is a Great-Granddad to Granddad to Father heirloom I recently did for a client. It is a heavy wedge and it came out great!

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    Looks like it turned out very well. I like it. Just like it was when new. Still the same. Id have it!

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    That's a real nice finish on that blade....GREAT JOB as usual.
    Having Fun Shaving

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    Great finish on the blade and nice pinning!

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    An heirloom! How cool,What a beauty.Definitely no price can be set on this Gem!!!

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    Great job Ken! Very impressive shine and I am sure the family members will be very proud to continue their tradition.

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    Did you keep the original scales?

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    Very nice work on that blade!!

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    Very nice restore, and I envy whoever owns that razor; what a great heirloom.

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    Wow, nice razor, nice restorations! Verrry nice!!!

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