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Golf

efsk

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Golf was another brand by Louis Perlman, famous for his Louper straight razors. Asan, elsewhere in this forum, was one of his brands as well. Perlman had factories in Solingen and Leipzig, and after WW2 the Leipzig one became DDR-property, and they carried on with the Golf brand. There are therefore pre- and post-war Golf razors.
I have some slants, and thanks to Hans one non-slant (not yet photographed) by them.
Here an aluminum slant of DDR era.
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efsk

Sky high and six thousand miles away
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Another very pretty prewar razor is this Art-Deco piece. It can stand straight and is so agressive I've nicknamed it the vampire.
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efsk

Sky high and six thousand miles away
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The white Art-Deco razor came in two versions, so I recently discovered. Note the difference in handle length, center screw and baseplate:
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