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Thread: Belgian Deep Rock "Super Extra" Coticule

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    Default Belgian Deep Rock "Super Extra" Coticule

    This lovely little (5 x 2.5 x 1) Deep Rock barber's stone is on its way to me now. (Super extra excited! I absolutely love these old coticules!) I found plenty of info / photos online regarding the more common "Extra" and "Extra Extra" grade stones, but nothing on the "Super Extra" grade. Anyone have experience with the Super Extra? How does it compare?

    Thanks in advance.

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    I really like those beautiful stones!! Never owned one of those labelled stones but got a bunch of stones without label....they look exactly how youre stone looks...all have an awesome behavior in term of speed....

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    For posterity and future research, here's a close-up of the matching SUPER EXTRA stamps (box and stone).

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    Absolutely gorgeous specimen.

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    Looks to be a really smooth fine stone.

    It's a really nice size as well for palm honing, I have a similar dimension La Lorraine and it's an absolute joy to use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by notitfortat View Post
    Absolutely gorgeous specimen.
    Quote Originally Posted by Iceni View Post
    Looks to be a really smooth fine stone.

    It's a really nice size as well for palm honing, I have a similar dimension La Lorraine and it's an absolute joy to use.
    Thanks, guys. It really is a very fine stone. And I agree about the size. It's perfect for palm honing.

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