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    Great looking razor. And yes, they are FINE shavers.
    Having Fun Shaving

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    Really nice work... They are really sharp shavers...


    Easy Aces = American Steel
    Sta-Sharp = Solingen steel

    Both very good razors, both super hollows, but not quite the same....

    The Sta-sharps and the Craftsman razors were made by either ERN or Kholler (*sp)

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    Quote Originally Posted by gssixgun View Post
    Easy Aces = American Steel
    Sta-Sharp = Solingen steel

    Both very good razors, both super hollows, but not quite the same....

    The Sta-sharps and the Craftsman razors were made by either ERN or Kholler (*sp)
    Good info Glen - Thanks!

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    i must say really nice work. i just got 3 of hte gencos and i cant wait to see what i can do with them. they i all in really great shape but i may try to get a few more and see about making a 7 day that all match.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jballs918 View Post
    i must say really nice work. i just got 3 of hte gencos and i cant wait to see what i can do with them. they i all in really great shape but i may try to get a few more and see about making a 7 day that all match.

    If you get a 7 day set of Geneva razors, you will be shaving with the best of them man.

    Use that double arrow for a box cutter!

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    that were it pretty much going to, i may use it to practice buffing

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    Sorry to bump such an old thread...

    I saw one of these razors while poking around an antiques shop. Everything looked quite good - scales in great shape... blade had lost a little luster, but to my newbie eyes looked to have little wear. There were a few there with a definitive change in blade height from heel-to-toe. Not good. But this blade was in great shape. No pitting, no chips. Did a thumb pad and thumb nail test (as best I know how) and didn't think there was anything off - other than being dull.

    $30 a good buy for later attempts at fixing it up?

    Thanks in advance. (PS - only a few short days into the world of straights and I may be developing RAD already)

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    No apologies necessary. Pin up girls always liven up a scene.

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