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Shumate “0155” – 5/8, Round Point, Full Hollow, Vintage Scales


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Originally founded in Austin, Texas about 1884 by Albert Teagarden, Joseph Shumate became a partner in 1895, and the name became Teagarden and Shumate. In 1904, Shumate decided to move to St.Louis, Missouri. By 1906, the main office was in St.Louis. Today, Shumate is considered a highly-regarded American vintage razor manufacture. A classic 5/8 full hollow razor, the markings on this razor date it between 1904 and 1920. I’ve paired it with a pair of vintage celluloid scales and put it all together with stainless steel washers and nickel-silver pins.


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