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    Wink Dubl Duck Dwarf

    Just bought this dd dwarf! My first of the ducks. Now to just wait patiently for it to come! Easier said than done. I'll need to spit shine it up a lil once I have it in my hands. But other than a little polish and cleaning the only thing I'll have to do is hone it.
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    The scales appear to be in good order. I'm hoping that when this duckling flies in I don't find anything else that it needs.

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    Look at that big ol blade! Nice!!
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    Steel wool, some mothers and you will be ready for the hones!
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    Excellent looking razor! Enjoy.
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    how old is it?


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    I'm not sure on how old this one is.

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    If you check the stamp on the back it will tell you who owed the company at the time, more or less. For example if it says Bresnick on the back you can do a search and it will tell you what years Bresnick owed the company. There were several owners, I believe one of the other owners was Pearlson.
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    The duckling made it in today! Too much stuff going on with Easter tomorrow to do anything with it though. Oh well at least it's here! And on the age it is after ww2 to before 1970 since it is a pearl duck. That's the best info that I can find on it at least.
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    Paul, you made a very nice find. It looks like no one has fooled with it. It will be a superb shaver and can look brand new. Enjoy.
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    I agree. It has the original "bluing" on the tang. If you are careful with your cleaning you should be able to save that. Tape is often helpful when preserving such things. Looks good.
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