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Ever Ready


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Ever Ready should be known to all of us shaving folk, as they made some utterly fabulous Single Edge razors. More info will pop up later in this thread, I expect, or hope, actually, but just to pique your interest I'd like to show you my "New Chrome Strop Outfit". Comes with shipper (bottom part not intact anymore), a beautiful white Art Deco cassette, and contains a razor, a stropper, a leather strop, and two built in, hinged, bladecontainers. Utterly fablous state, if I may say so :)
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Ever Ready Streamline made in England is probably the best of the vintage single edge razors. They are built like tanks and very beautiful. They shave slightly rougher than the 1912 that is was loosely based on, but very efficient shaver. I had one a while back but traded it for a Gillette Aristocrat Jr and a 1941 Ranger Tech.


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Here is another very rare one. Look at the pattern on the back of the razor. The box has a rotating handle to close it.
Didn't have time to clean the razor. The Owner didn't wanna sell it, but after begging and mighty psychological harassment :hammer1, he finally gave it up with. This also had an effect on my bank account.
This strategy worked for me and I am planning on using it on Richard to sell one of his Multiplexes and also his Razor six, if he still has it :cool: