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Kenyon Open Comb
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Thursday July 8, 2021
Razor: Vintage Kenyon SE
Blade: Personna Injector (1)
Brush: Stirling Boar
Soap: Current 1508.5 Haslinger Schafmilch
AS 1: Humphrey's Alcoholado Maravilla 70
AS 2: CHH Tobacco
Fragrance: Paco Rabanne 1 Million
Consecutive Daily Shaves - # 974


1st run with this flat handle single edge that takes an Injector blade with no issues what so ever. Not much info found on this thing. It's a mild shaver but gave a nice comfortable and close shave with attention to angle. Felt like a mild Schick Injector razor. Gonna be a long and wet day for work today. Have a fun day guys !!

   
   
   
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Sweet razor. To bad the one on the bay is out of my price range right now. I wonder if the original blade was a hair wider making it more efficient.
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(07-08-2021, 02:20 PM)GAW9576 Wrote: Sweet razor. To bad the one on the bay is out of my price range right now. I wonder if the original blade was a hair wider making it more efficient.

I have an original blade. It wouldn't make a difference as this holds the injector blade flush against the blade stop so it's as forward as the original blade would be. Yeah, that one is nice and boxed with instructions for $64. I paid $30 and happy with mine with some character marks.
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Very intriguing razor. Love it.
The one on eBay shows Patented November 26, 1906, on the box.
That is clearly wrong, as that day was a Monday and the US Patent Office has published all patents since 1846 on a Tuesday at noon.
Could it be this patent from November 20, 1906?

https://razors.click/patents/US836410/

There is a slight similarity.

P.S.: that Kenyon on eBay is one complete set in fantastic condition. Drool.
Unfortunately, it's over $100 with shipping to the UK and import duty.
I'm out.
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(07-08-2021, 10:07 PM)riverrun Wrote: Very intriguing razor. Love it.
The one on eBay shows Patented November 26, 1906, on the box.
That is clearly wrong, as that day was a Monday and the US Patent Office has published all patents since 1846 on a Tuesday at noon.
Could it be this patent from November 20, 1906?

https://razors.click/patents/US836410/

There is a slight similarity.

P.S.: that Kenyon on eBay is one complete set in fantastic condition. Drool.
Unfortunately, it's over $100 with shipping to the UK and import duty.
I'm out.

That's VERY similar except this snaps into place with no pivot that is specified in that patent.
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What is printed on the main part under the removable part?

Looking at one on the web that says "patent applied for" so that date may be the application date.
Boar brushes, brass razors, and hard pucks ARE traditional wet shaving. Everything else is modern day fluff for the girly men.
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Boar brushes, brass razors, and hard pucks ARE traditional wet shaving. Everything else is modern day fluff for the girly men.
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GREIST MANUFACTURING COMPANY

ESTABLISHED 1871



from 1871 to 1892 Chicago, Illinois

up to 1879 (Corner) Washington & 86 - 88 Market Streets Chicago

In July 1, 1879 removed office and salesrooms from the factory to Cor. Michigan Avenue and Jackson Street

from 1892 to 1970 446 Blake Street, Westville, New Haven, Conn.

in 1961 was merged into the MITE CORPORATION
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Boar brushes, brass razors, and hard pucks ARE traditional wet shaving. Everything else is modern day fluff for the girly men.
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https://patentimages.storage.googleapis....088873.pdf

https://patentimages.storage.googleapis....169395.pdf

https://patents.google.com/patent/CA1544...Y&sort=old

https://patentimages.storage.googleapis....127433.pdf

https://patentimages.storage.googleapis....474471.pdf

https://patentimages.storage.googleapis....090398.pdf
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