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    Diamond Edge razor, on its way to gssixgun to restore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewJM View Post
    Diamond Edge razor, on its way to gssixgun to restore.
    That's gorgeous...you managed to find one with the stamping on the spine...very, very nice....you'll love the shave off this blade. As Valery commented to me, he said it felt like honing solid glass on the stones...he joked, "that's why they call it a Diamond Edge I guess!"

    Can't wait to see the pics when it's done...already looks in superb condition.
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    Another one to be restored... Wade & Butcher Masonic etch...

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    That etch looks nice and deep. Will you try to save the scales?

    I'd be very interested in seeing in-progress pictures and detailed descriptions of your restoration process.

    Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewJM View Post
    Another one to be restored... Wade & Butcher Masonic etch...
    LOL - very nice, I have a very similar W&B with the Masonic etching with Valery right now...beautiful blade, also with very nice deep etchings.

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    And the final photo's of the restore of this fascinating Wade and Butcher, 7/8, Masonic Razor.

    Kudo's to Valery at the Gentleman's Den...again!




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    Wow, beautiful restore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phrank View Post
    And the final photo's of the restore of this fascinating Wade and Butcher, 7/8, Masonic Razor.

    Kudo's to Valery at the Gentleman's Den...again!
    Excellence, as always.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phrank View Post
    And the final photo's of the restore of this fascinating Wade and Butcher, 7/8, Masonic Razor.

    Kudo's to Valery at the Gentleman's Den...again!



    Amazing work! Great job preserving the etch!

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