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    Razor identification help.

    I was wondering if any of you fine razor nuts could help me out with this one. A local friend said he recently acquired it, and asked if I could touch it up for him.
    It looks like the scales are horn, it is a 4/8 full hollow. Best as I can tell. It is actually a bit higher than a 1/2 inch, closer to 9/16"

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    Here is a better pic.
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    Senior Member DwarvenChef's Avatar
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    Never seen it before but I like it Although a 4/8 would sit in a box, they bug me But you gotta love a razor called Mouse

    My first guess would be that the stamp is a secondary sales mark. Lots of razors where made for individual outlets and stamped with the stores name. I say this only because an address is given more so than a maker and contry of origen.

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    The "address" is just around the corner from Windsor castle. Safe to assume Sheffield steel? Any guess as to year?
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    Man, I wish I could help....
    Once this is solved, I have one for you guys too!
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    From the hump back tang and slight smile to the blade (SWAG-scientific wild arse guess) I'm thinking turn of the 1900's soon after that razors took on the current "Modern" razor look and this is really close to that.

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