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Geo Wostenholm “Celebrated IXL” – 13/16, Flat Point, Hollow Grind, Original Scales


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This razor is amazing. It was made by George Wostenholm who founded his Washington Werks factory in Sheffield, England in 1848. He previously had another factory, Rockingham Werks, which he founded in 1809. This particular razor is tough to date as the company manufactured razors through 1978, but based on its characteristics it’s most likely from the early 20th century. Made of prized Sheffield steel, it’s 13/16 and heavy making it better suited for more seasoned shavers, has a flat point, is hollow ground, and has its original scales.


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