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Thread: "GB" Anchor / Iron Cross 19/16 in Horn

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    Holy wow what a chopper,

    I would have bet that blade was a goner from the first pic, unbelievable restore on it

    great looking scales which match that big ol blade too

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    That's a nice job. I joined the forum because of this thread. I was searching for info on this particular maker and found a link to this website. You did a great job on that razor.

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    Great looking scales and a nice wedge.
    Surely getting under my nose would be a bit difficult with that one.

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    Fine restoration Brad. The black horn has come up soooo nicely.

    Stu

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    Very nice work on this large blade, black horn is beautiful, the leather pouch is very cool!

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    Unbelievable! That is some great work on a beautiful piece of history!

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    Beautiful! But now, almost three years later, it may have been dropped, chipped on a faucet, tarnished, rusted out, re-scaled, dulled appreciably and, heaven forbid, overhoned.

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