Production Date
Circa 1910
A white bone-handled razor - engraved on the blade "The Standard". Also written: Hollow Ground Razor. Futley 75 Boroux. Constructed of 2 sheets of bone riveted at each end forming a handle. The steel blade is riveted at one end between the 2 bone sides. This houses the blade between the bone when not in use. The blade swivels out on the rivet when in use. A black cardboard case with a sleeve top.
Processed Material/Metal/Alloy/Steel
Processed Material/Paper/Cardboard
Signature/Marks and Type
"The Standard" Hollow Ground Razor Futley 75 Boroux Inscribed
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Credit Line
Circa 1910. Razor and Case, 1977.137.40. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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