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    Default Interesting Wade & Butcher

    Just finished this Wade & Butcher.
    It's a Celebrated Feather Edge Concave Razor.
    I don't ever recall seeing one like it.

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    The scales are horn and are actually translucent at the wedge end.
    The wedge is made out of the scale material which was left a bit higher on each side.
    Took a beautiful edge.
    I'm happy to add this one to the Sheffield herd.

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    Real nice Pete. She's a beaut!
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    Wow, that is interesting.
    I figure Tom's got a 7 day set.[emoji1]
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    Outstanding! Great job on a very cool razor. Enjoy !
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    Thanks Matt!

    Mike, Tom probably has a drawer full of these hidden away.

    Thanks Tuzi! It means a lot coming from someone that does your caliber of restoration.
    I do the best I can the old fashioned way...all by hand. No fancy power tools here.

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    Well...!!!
    How the heck ya think we do it.
    I ain't got no grinder, though I pull out the dremmel N greaseless from time t time.[emoji56]
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    Quote Originally Posted by outback View Post
    Well...!!!
    How the heck ya think we do it.
    I ain't got no grinder, though I pull out the dremmel N greaseless from time t time.[emoji56]
    Mike,

    I figure that you're one of the few guys here that does things in the old school way.
    With all the high tech gizmo's these days we're a dying breed.
    I've yet to try the dremel on a razor though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petercp4e View Post
    Mike,

    I figure that you're one of the few guys here that does things in the old school way.
    With all the high tech gizmo's these days we're a dying breed.
    I've yet to try the dremel on a razor though.

    Pete <:-}
    Its not for all, and takes a bit to get the hang of. But I'll tell ya, doing circles is the best way to keep things even.

    And make a magnetic blade holder, gives you the best control with the dremmel.
    Mike

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    Great job Pete
    And that is one really cool razor.


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    Awesome, great looking razor, and one that I have yet to add....I have a similar version, with some crazy stupid long name like double swagged concave razor...beautiful job on the restore.
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