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    I'm new here and wondered if people could provide the history of Erich ERN straight cut Razors. It is honestly winding me up that I cannot find any History. Is the manufacturer associated with <ERN>. And I hear that the manufacturer might be associated with Revisor. Any help or advice would be most appreciated.
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    C. Friedrich Ern
    Solingen-Wald: Kanalstrasse 43 in 1939.
    Brand names: 'America Del Sur' (1913), 'Army and Navy' (1899), 'Ator' (1903), 'A.V. Humboldt' (1920s?), 'Balance Perfecto' (1921), 'Bank' (1917), 'Bar' (1908), 'Barbersone' (1928?), 'Barbers Pet'(1898), 'Barden' (1909), 'Bessimar', 'Borden' (1912), 'Bur' (1910), 'Crown and Sword' (1920), 'Cuba' (1913), 'Electro Taban Magnetic' (1907), 'Enwer' (1908), 'Ern' (1896, 1917 and 1923), 'Ern 1166' (1922), 'Ern A-Z' (1910), 'Ern-Blaauwappen', 'Ernette' (1932?), 'Ern-Goldwappen', 'Ern-Grünwappen', 'Ern Junior' (1913), 'Ernovo', 'Ern-Silberwappen', 'Es-Ex Razor' (1912), 'Farwood' (1914), 'Flaggen' (1913), 'Generale Ameglio' (1913), 'Gong Razor' Extra Hollow Ground' (1912), 'Janissaire' (1914), 'Junk', 'Justrite' (1907), 'Ka Ci Be' (1914), 'King George' (1910), 'Knight Commander of the Bath' (1914), 'Kuroki' (1905), 'Laborista', 'Le Mondain' (1907), 'Lerne, Leiste...' (1921), 'Liliput' (1914), 'Little Dorrit' (1907), 'Master of Arts' (1914), 'Master of Science' (1914), 'Mickiewicz' (1912), 'Moustafa Kemal Pascha' (1923), 'Niazi' (1908), 'Nodzu' (1905), 'Oyama' (1905), 'Palmerston' (1908), 'Peer', 'Persian' (1923), 'Platypus' (1899), 'Primus' (1903), 'Protector' (1897), 'Püt' (1913), 'Raccoon', 'Roosevelt' (1907), 'Roosevelt Razor' (1914), 'Sim-Mart', 'Ski' (1910), 'Strandbad' (1916), 'Suneo', 'The Boss Reg.' (1925), 'The Crown and Sword Razor' (1908), 'The Kid', 'The Michaelin' (1914), 'The Mussel Razor' (1913), 'Turban' (1923), 'Waldern' (1911), 'Waldoo' (1908), 'Wee Macgreggor', 'Zeibek' (1914), 'Zepp.' (1910).
    Open-blade razor maker.

    C.R. Ern Sohn Nachf.
    Solingen-Weyer in 1925.
    Open-blade razor maker.

    Friedrich Ern & Co.
    Solingen-Weyer: Weyerstrasse 196 in 1939.
    Brand names: 'Commodus' (1911), 'Damokles' (1911), 'Doppeladler', 'Ern & Cie' (1908/9), 'Ern & Co.' (1908), 'Friedrich Ern & Co. Weyer-Solingen' (1924), 'Kobold' (1918), 'Newton' (1910), 'Ost' (1907), 'Sprock' (1895), 'The Sir Isaac Newton' (1911), 'Vim' (1907), 'Weltbrand' (1916).
    Open-blade razor maker.

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    Also look on strazors.com
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    Thanks. I really appreciate this. I had seen something similar but not the whole <Erich ERN> name. Being a novice I just really love finding out as much information as possible. Your input has given me a great start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bouschie View Post
    Also look on strazors.com

    Wow. More informations. Thanks

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