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    5/8 E.A. Berg
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    She's a beauty Bjorn!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjrn View Post
    5/8 E.A. Berg
    She's beautiful!!

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    My new Klas Tornblom



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    Some of my Swedish Steel (in various states of disarray );

    1. C.V. Heljstrand No.4
    2. P.W. Söderén & Co
    3. C.V. Heljstrand No.24
    4. Erik Anton Berg
    5. Some razors in need of [more or less] TLC, from the top:

    1. Edv. Neiström No 62
    2. C.V. Heljstrand No.24
    3. C.V. Heljstrand No.2
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    Nice collection Johan!! Welcome!!!

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    My Swedes, in various states of repair. Four Helje's: a 32 and three 31's. A Berg (third from top of the left) and a Bengall (top right). I'm not sure about the Bengall being a Swede, but it doesn't say "Sheffield" like my other Bengalls and it came with a lot of other Swedes and looks like them. I sold a couple of others last week. The 32 at upper left is the prize of my small collection. It's one of a 7-day set with genuine tortoise scales.

    P.S. Bjorn, that Berg is a beauty!
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    All beautifull.
    Welcome and thanks for sharing your treasures.

    It seems like there are many Bengals in Sweden, maybe they had a good marketing plan
    My father sent me a Bengall 3/8 wedge that he had got in an auction box of knick-knacks.
    What house, family, clan etc would the Bengalls normally go in?

    I have a few more Swedes in the mail. Will post when they arrive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olav Vittfarne View Post
    All beautifull.
    Welcome and thanks for sharing your treasures.

    It seems like there are many Bengals in Sweden, maybe they had a good marketing plan
    My father sent me a Bengall 3/8 wedge that he had got in an auction box of knick-knacks.
    What house, family, clan etc would the Bengalls normally go in?

    I have a few more Swedes in the mail. Will post when they arrive.
    There's a lot of Bengalls in Australia too. They're Sheffield steel - Cadman and Sons. So that would mean they belong in the British Brigade, or the Sheffield Society, or maybe the Cadman Clan, or perhaps even the Brotherhood of the Bountiful British Bengall!!

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    Mastermute.

    Excelent choice of litterature concidering we are Swedes on an American forum

    The bricks that he leans his razors against are a series of novel that are classic in Sweden. They are about a group of people that migrates to the US in the 19th century. That is the very short summary of them.

    By the way, nice work with your signature. Bringing out the right colours

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