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    Default Razor Restoration

    My buddy received an old straight razor from his parents, and I'll admit, it's seen better days. He is out of the country for a while and I was wanting to send it somewhere to get it restored as a surprise. The thing is though, I'm not sure where I can send it and know it will be done right and at a decent price. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

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    Welcome to the forum. You will need to look in our classifieds section and then check member services listings for our restorers, honers, etc. The person you contact will need pictures from you at the very least. We have some excellent restorers so discuss your needs with them.
    Bob

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    You may want to post some photos, especially of the blade as it may not be worth restoring.

    Opinions are free and we do like to look at razors... and give our opinions. Ha Ha.

    In the end, you decide what you want to do.

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