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Kiebitz Sunday Razor from Antique Store

Discussion in 'Razors, Scissors, & Personal Grooming' started by Littlebabycarrot, Jan 23, 2018.

  1. Littlebabycarrot


    Jan 1, 2018
    Markings : Kiebitz 150 Garantie/ gebr.emde Solingen-Weyer Germany- & it is a Sunday blade from a kit of 7 but this was a loner.
    The condition is remarkable. Almost no damage to scales nor blade. Able to shave with it, tho it needed some chromium oxide and 2 light passes per side on a strop before it started to glide down my face. I paid 45 dollars. Believe it is 303 stainless or 'Silver steel' which i think is a fine grained high carbon and low chromium steel.
    Id like to know everything anyone can tell me about this razor please!
    And thanks
  2. H0kieengineer

    H0kieengineer Gold Member Gold Member

    Jun 24, 2017
    303 stainless in a high chrome, high nickel, low carbon stainless that would make a terrible cutting tool of any kind.

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