In 100 years, if some kid walks through an antique store and sees this razor still shiny in ridiculous rhodium, he is NOT going to care that it is replated, he is just going to be thrilled that it still exists for him to get.
So do it. And if you find someone who doesn't mind doing single razors--let us all know--we can make him a lot of extra cash. I got a box full of Olds and News I would love to trick out with some new gold or rhodium.
"Well, if we took the bones out it wouldn't be crunchy, would it?