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    Default Help identifying "The King Cutter" by Trident's Warranted Cutlery Solingen

    I've searched all over the Internet for a razor that is the same as my father's. I've found only one that is close at A 13/16” German Straight Razor The King Cutter. T1 | #162842681.

    Please note the picture of a crown on the handle with "The King Cutter" written below it. Also note that "Trident's Warranted Cutlery- Solingen" is the brand stamp, but nothing pertaining to the brand is displayed on the face of the blade itself.

    Does anyone know what model this is, when it was made, and what it may be worth?

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    Someone will be along and as long as it wasn't mass produced for a hardware store rebranded they will know more about it, yet there will be no value quoted here at SRP not allowed per or site rules. Tc
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    Do you have any interest in learning how to use it?

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    Cant find the King Cutter but #272449873182 $58 Barbers King on eBay.

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    Nice lookin little razor ya got there, is there anything on the backside of blade, Opposite Tridents? Ty

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    Not interested in learning how to use this razor. There is nothing displayed on the backside of the brand stamp.

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    Is this Picture your Grandfathers razor or the one you found On the Internet? Ty

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    Ty, the link is to a razor on the internet. The 2 attached pictures are my father's razor. May have belonged to my grandfather

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    Probably a Wusthof razor.

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    Your razor was made by Eduard Wsthof, Dreizackwerk, Solingen. The company was founded in 1814, registered 22nd December 1884. Located in Solingen, Kronprinzenstrasse 49.
    They're still in business.
    Trademarks: 'Dante', 'Draga', 'Dreizackwerk', 'Nuxia', 'Pactroc-Elite', 'Pactroc-Progress', 'Pactroc-Royal', 'Reflex', 'Titus', 'Trajan', 'Trident', 'Troc Pac-Progress', 'Yatagan'.

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