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    Quote Originally Posted by coloshaver View Post
    The glass top displays are beautiful, but I did this on the cheap.
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    A piece of 1x6 oak, a table saw with a dado blade and some wood glue.
    I will have to do something like this but arange it so they are showing more. Very nice and thanks for the ideas to all.
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    I plan on having my blades open so you can see them, I am going to put my good 6/8ths Bengalls and a couple of nice 6/8ths Clauss razors I have in it. To hold them I will use thick staples, straighten one end out and stick in the backing while the other end is at 90 degrees will hold the razor in place. I plan on using some foam on the edges and have the display case in the bathroom. If I want to use one I have it right there. Plus it will be easy to rotate razors if I want too. I may get another one for the hallway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THORandODIN View Post
    I plan on having my blades open so you can see them, I am going to put my good 6/8ths Bengalls and a couple of nice 6/8ths Clauss razors I have in it. To hold them I will use thick staples, straighten one end out and stick in the backing while the other end is at 90 degrees will hold the razor in place. I plan on using some foam on the edges and have the display case in the bathroom. If I want to use one I have it right there. Plus it will be easy to rotate razors if I want too. I may get another one for the hallway.
    If any of those staples will be in contact with steel be sure to use something to insulate them, a bit of heat shrink tubing or something, otherwise over time your razors will begin to rust where they touch the staples. Carbon or stainless, only difference is how long it takes.
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    This is my display, storage case. The two on top are my current users so I don't have to keep opening and closing the door. It fits ten but I only have seven. Plus I like that it is mirror backed. I picked it up for 15 dollars so very inexpensive.Name:  DSC00870.jpg
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    I like that Toroblanco, where did you find it?
    "The sharpening stones from time to time provide officers with gasoline."

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    I found it at a miniature show. They had the best prices and variety, but if you look up
    vintage brass curio cabinet and be patient and you will find one you like at a good price.
    Kind of like vintage straight razors and sharpening stones. I have also found them in antique stores. But the miniature show had the best prices and variety. Hope this helps.
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