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    That's gonna be a great shaver, for your buddy. I've got one like yours, but not as nice.
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    I have two of these Mike. It's the Prince Arthur's Royal Razor with a crown in the center with a V on the left & R on the right of the crown. He's getting the better one. My other one isn't as wide but I don't mind giving him that one. He wanted a heavy wedge & I like doing that.
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    It worked out just fine. Didn't harm the collar as you can see it still sitting on top of the scale. Above is a set of tortoise scales that came off an E.C. Simmons Keen Kutter which the blade was trash. Those scales have some bug bites inside & I'm going to fill 'em ca & I think I have another Keen Kutter I can use the blade from. If not then I'll use a different blade but I try to use original maker parts. I'm also going to make some scales for that MOP covered tang Clark Brothers blade I showed not long ago.

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    The case I wanted to put the Packwoods in arrived and it's too small Oh well, I can use it for others. Now the search continues for a case that will fit them...
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    Quote Originally Posted by xiaotuzi View Post
    The case I wanted to put the Packwoods in arrived and it's too small Oh well, I can use it for others. Now the search continues for a case that will fit them...
    I know what ya mean Tuzi. I once got a Wade & Butcher 2 razor box & it will only take shorter razors but one day I will find a use for it.
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    Taking one apart for cleaning.

    A CENTAUR, 11/16 Square point, from 1900-1904
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    Quote Originally Posted by xiaotuzi View Post
    The case I wanted to put the Packwoods in arrived and it's too small Oh well, I can use it for others. Now the search continues for a case that will fit them...
    Something as big as that pair of Packwoods would likely need a repurposed 7-day box.

    Just saying....

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    Quote Originally Posted by outback View Post
    Taking one apart for cleaning.

    A CENTAUR, 11/16 Square point, from 1900-1904
    Ground by Richard Brass, of Nurenburg.
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    I hope you show Mr. Diller stretched out like that on your laboratory table Dr. Mikenstein.

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    That I will.
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    Dr. Mikenstein, Tombles, I love these names everyone is getting! Lol
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