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    Thumbs up Sheffield Shavers

    I've been working up the edge on a C X Lockwood Pampa and it's almost done, but there's no place for it in the clubs so it's time that we had a new Razor Club and here it is. This is a place for all those excellent Sheffield blades out there that don't fit in to the other clubs and I'm starting with the second most used blade in my rotation, 7/8 Wm. Greaves and Sons notch point wedge with Kingwood scales (thanks Jason). It's a kicker of a shave too!


    So who else is in?

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    PS Here's the clubhouse: Straight Razor Place Forums - Sheffield Shavers

    and here are your banners.

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    Fredrick's 6/8ths quarter hollow barber notch.
    Restored and rescaled in frosted acrylic translucent scales by Bill Ellis.
    Just a killer shaver. Photo is Bill's.
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    "Brookes&Crookes".
    The company existed 1858-1947 in Sheffield.
    Blade 7/8, ivory scales.
    Unfortunately, it was not possible to clean a rust on the shank, without changing the form of the shank.
    But shaver really nice.
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    I like that one a lot!

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    This little wedgey fellow is my favourite at the moment.

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    Gilbert Brothers, Old English Razor obviously need some work to be done, but generally in good condition



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    Default BJ Eyre Challenge Razor

    Here's a BJ Eyre Challenge razor that I restored with purpleheart scales and a smoke-colored acrylic wedge (notch added by me too).




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    Default New Reynolds

    I got this Reynolds today. It's a nice razor and I love the scales on it. I have another coming from Manah that has the same scales but a large wedge blade. This thing took a great edge!

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    could we post a pic as well as a link to the wiki so as to keep the integrity of the clubs?

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