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J. Liese, Lüdinghausen

Hellas

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J. Liese, Lüdinghausen, south of Münster. The city "Lüdinghausen" has to come together with the name as there was also a company Liese in Essen.

The razor is a three-piecer but looks like a two-piecer, and has the same head as for example Ibsen, Kratz, Geniol, and some others. But unlike the Ibsen I have never seen a Liese with a bented head yet. For me, shaving with in is very thorough and pleasant.

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I've got another GHE-marked Liese. Not so shiny anymore, but I mean aged with dignity. It must have been completely coated, but the brass comes through now, which doesn't bother me, the excellent shave doesn't break off and I think the patina has something:

With the engraving on the cover plate "GHE" I suppose that the razor was probably made as a promotional gift or for long-serving employees or customers of the automotive supplier from Wuppertal who still exists today. In any case, the logo suggests "Gebrüder Happich Elberfeld".

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efsk

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Loads of slanted Liese (Lüdinghausen) around, but so far I've only ever seen one "regular" Liese DE. This happens to be the only "regular" Ibsenhead I've ever seen as well.
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