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    Hello,

    Long time I did not came here, can'y use straight anymore due to some shoulder problem since 2 years.
    Here is an old WB I just found during a motorbike run with some friends.
    blade is 26 to 30mm at the widest, horn scales still very solid.
    Too bad I can't restore it myself

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    I am not sure if it is an optical illusion but the edge looks wavey, still i suppose that fits the anchor theme
    looks like it would be a solid workhorse though
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    Bread and water can so easily become tea and toast

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    It is tired yes but still a lot of life in it, as far as I can see, it will lost 1mm to 1.5mm to get a new sharp edge
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