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Another something different for all the world to see. I'm hoping some of our keen and industrious razor historians might be able to unearth some information on Mr. Leon. I couldn't find a thing, except his name in a directory from the 1840's.

This razor was built with utility in mind I'm guessing. She didn't get any swoopy grinds, or artistic touches. Just a big old blade, and a full hollow grind. Shaves grrrreeeaaat!

A. Leon
190 Solly Street
Sheffield
I know that this is a very old thread, but I have a Manufactured for the United States by E.L & CO razor that is identical to that, but has no scales. The other E.L & Co razors I have viewed online mostly have mosaic and a sway back.Name:  restore.jpg
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