Merkur 12C & Simpson Chubby 1 tend to be my main tools.
i think we have a caveman as a member here who might be interested in it
As long as your going to be thinking anyway, think big.
I'd buy it, but the cartridges are just too expensive.
Thats what the Stonehenge ladies used for their leg shaving get togethers! you should see the double edge used by the men.
no wonder they all had beards back then, that thing looks scary for a razor!
Eric G (Merkur 38C, Parker Silvertip, T&H Sandalwood Cream & AS, Personna Red)
Before I bid, a few questions come to mind:
1) Where do you put the blade?
2) Is it adjustable?
3) What's the date code (1st millenium BC is just way to nonspecific)?
4) Is there any brassing not seen in the photos?
5) Does it come with it's original case and instructions?
Would be curious has to how this is determined to be a razor. Not doubting; just interested.
Nearly the entire face would be a hard-to-reach area with that fine instrument.
"And take thee a barber's razor, and cause it to pass upon thy beard" Ezek. 5:1
Um....it looks like a rock. Anyone else notice this?
Sir Loin of Angus - Knights of the Maillard Table and Loyal Arkolyte
3017er "Load it like you hate it"
Shouldn't it be made of bronze?
"Find out what it is in life you don’t do well, and then don’t do that thing.” - Most Interesting Man in the World
A little scrubbing bubbles and it should be good to go.
The real question is how much would a honemeister charge you when it starts getting dull?
A wise man once told me a man is like a piece of cheese...