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    Default Rodgers Sheffield Brass Frameback

    Here is one I saved for someone.. it is a particularly nice razor so I figured I'd post it. The brass was loose, and there was some pretty nasty pitting. Fixed it up a bit.. and sanded down/re-polished the scales!





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    That one turned out pretty, nice rescue
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    Now thats my kind of restore! Great save.
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    I have a few I wish the frame was loose on so I could do something like that! Cannot get them to budge! Beautiful work! Nice resto on the scales as well. Hard to believe the same ones. Kudos!
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    That looks great! Funny how you often find brown/blonde horn underneath the old black dye, must have held no attraction in its day.
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    Just looking at it gives me a big smile!

    I really like how you saved not only the blade but the scales! Who would have known there was such beauty underneath!!

    Good Job!!

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    You are the best with horn that i have seen... Ever..

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    Looks like it just came out of the box! Great save Brad

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    Wow, nice is an understatement. That is one beautiful razor. Well done on the restore Brad.

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    Great restore, looks brand new! Beautiful straight again!

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