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    mao that's a wonderful blade on that razor!

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    Thank you gunner.

    The most important is to make a good picture.

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    My pair of Fredrick Reynolds (rattlers)

    Both these shave like a laser, scares the whiskers away
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    Mappin & Webb.
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    7/8 AJ Jordan Mass..made 1890-1910..stainless steel blade..near mint condition with $3 price still on box!


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    Can I ask, why 1890-1910? And why stainless steel? As I see on the picture, it's carbon steel.
    Note: stainless steel is used since 1913.
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    Sham told me this info when I bought it from him in the classifieds..how can you see what steel it is?

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    how can you see what steel it is?
    You're right, difficult, but possible.
    (If you'll put a bigger razor photo, would better.)
    The patina on the tang is look like carbon steel.
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    apologies..Carbon Steel as he said it is likely..though he did say 1890-1910 made

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    And some words about Andrew J.Jordan.
    This was an import company in St.Louis, Missouri. The company was in business 1878 - 1926. Their cutlery was made both in England and Germany.
    The trademark "AAA1" was first used about 1886.
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