10-03-2014, 09:36 AM
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  • davizera
  • Non Dvcor Dvco
  • São Paulo - Brazil
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Hi Guys,

This is my first haul in which I'm not completely sure of what I've bought. Could you guys help me identifying them?

First, I think it's a "New Low price set", as per the following image from Mr. Razor:

http://www.mr-razor.com/Rasierer/The%20N...%20set.jpg

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Let´s see if I'm right:

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In the base of the handle, it's written: PAT. JAN 13, 1920 U.S.A.

Is it a New long or short comb?
Some teeth are a little bit bent, and it has a crack on right over the ball end, how can I fix it?
Some blades came with it, which I wasn't expecting, when were they made?
Just to know if I overpaid, how much is it worth? It was just delivered, so it´s filthy.

Second, I pretty sure it´s a cased Fat Handle tech, am I right? If so, how much is it worth?

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Thank you, gentlemen.

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 10-03-2014, 11:22 AM
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Looks like a long comb NEW, but I'm looking at it on an iPhone 4, so I could be wrong. Handle cracks don't generally need to be fixed.

The Tech looks nice. They made millions of them, so they're not particularly valuable, but it's a great razor. I'm not sure if the case is correct for that razor.

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 10-03-2014, 12:09 PM
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  • davizera
  • Non Dvcor Dvco
  • São Paulo - Brazil
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(10-03-2014, 11:22 AM)kingfisher Wrote: Looks like a long comb NEW, but I'm looking at it on an iPhone 4, so I could be wrong. Handle cracks don't generally need to be fixed.

The Tech looks nice. They made millions of them, so they're not particularly valuable, but it's a great razor. I'm not sure if the case is correct for that razor.

I think that the case is not the correct one, because it says Made in England as the razor is american.

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