I'll post updated (cleaned up) pictures later. Went to an antique mall (over 200 different dealers represented in booths) this afternoon. Spent a couple of hours looking in all the locked cases of all the booths, made a few interesting finds/purchases. Some items I paid either "too much" or the going rate for. Some were bargains. You can be the judge.
First up (and first item I bought) is a '60 Fat Boy for $8. Liked the price, it is dirty but appears like it should clean up really well. Since I've got a 4th quarter '58 from my birth time, I may flog this one on the 'Bay to offset some of the RAD costs I've been adding up.
This one, marked as a WWII German razor. Where do these folks do their research? 1911 Single Ring Gillette, no case, had to "rescue" it and bring it home. It's destined to shine brightly once again. I'll be on the look out for another case for it too. Cost of this one was $18 after a 10% discount.
GEM, a Micromatic (I think?). Don't really care for the cosmetics, but it is a reasonably clean piece, complete with the box and blade box. It was $6.50. How could I refuse?
The long comb NEW (no cracks in handle) and the Old Spice mug (my first, unless you count the one from eBay that arrived shattered ) were in a booth where everything was 50% off. Wasn't really interested, but at these prices ($6 for the NEW and $3 for the mug after 50% off), I couldn't refuse.
The blade cases were maybe high. The metal one is really clean, diamond logo on end (need to research that to see what set/era it goes to). It was $12 and the tan one (again, research) was $10. Again, not everything seemed like a total bargain, but then nothing seemed excessively high either (or I would have left them!).
All in all, I think it was a good day!