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    B. Worth and Son "Gentleman' Favorite.
    Original bone scales.

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    Thought I should add this here
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    Are you going to tell us anything about it Dion?
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    ive liked that WB from the first time you showed us, Glen does great work, not to bad on a hone either huh?
    pup, I still just stare with my mouth open at those ducks every time I see them , if I was ever tempted to become a thief id have to consider those as a priority! just kidding , they are beautiful tc
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    Are you going to tell us anything about it Dion?
    Posted all info here mate
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    Nice job on this Gents, this thread is full of beautiful blades.

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    My franken-Frog Razor: J A henckels with Frog Razor scales

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    My horrendous morning with a J A Henckels frog

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    My G. Wostenholm & Son IXL, tastefully restored by our very own gssixgun.

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    After, with Blonde Buffalo horn scales and a turquoise wedge.





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    Seeing the KROPP i kinda sorta have a love for them.
    Here are two and a KABESO. All blades the same length and probably the same blank but having differing grind and pivot point placement and tang length. makes a big difference. I could not figure why the scales I made for one KROPP did not fit...duh, it was the short tanged one and the other fit fine!
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    PS if you think you have a pair of blades, check them well. I didn't and had a lot of extra work.
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