From the sometimes grumpy OCMM down to the much more mild-mannered Flying Wing, August is all about the GEM's Micromatics. Arguable as the first mainstream one-piece TTO safety razors (although the Segal's patent was filed literally days earlier), the Micromatics are still making new fans today.
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Since you guys all know how much I love old paperwork, I'll kick things off with one of the Micromatic patents. As far as I know, US1739280 filed on Feb 2, 1929 is the earliest one covering the Micromatic line, but my favorite is actually US1773614 filed on Aug 27, 1929, which shows some really nicely detailed cutaways of the Micromatic mechanics: