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Krusius Brothers “KB Extra 67” – 5/8, Flat Point, Hollow Grind, Original Scales

$55.00

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Description

Founded by August and Emile Krusius in Solingen, Germany in 1886, Krusius Brothers  was in business until 1983. KB Extra was trademarked in 1901, dating this razor to between that year and 1927, when Krusius went out of business in Germany and only retained their American offices. This razor was previously worked on and had some deep sanding scratches from that work as well as some pitting that remained in order to maintain the integrity of the full hollow edge. It’s 5/8, carbon steel, and has celluloid scales and steel pins and washers.

 

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