SOTD: March 22 thru March 28 2010

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desertbadger
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Post by desertbadger »

FRIDAY

Schick Injector J model
Schick Platinum
MWF
Omega 30005
Aqua Velva


:D
Regards,
David
Gotta have the "Fat"!
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Post by woodsrider »

Friday:

Simpson Tulip 3 (Vulfix two band)
D.R. Harris Lavender soap
Muhle R89 with Gillette Platinum (Surrey)
Thayer's Rose Witch Hazel w/alcohol
D.R. Harris Milk
Czech & Speake No. 88
Lynn
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Post by levente »

Friday:

Schick Krona/Gillette Platinum
Simpson Commodore X3 Best
Cella shave soap
Dickinson's witch hazel w/lavender EO and glycerin added
Trumper Coral Skin Food
Salvador Dali Pour Homme

Basil
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Post by Thalay Sagar »

Good afternnon. Friday AM:

Rooney EJ87 w/ Dorco 301
SR 3120
Coates Limes
Thayer's lavender witch hazel
Fitjar East Indies A/S balm
English Fern

A day spent on the Mall with the kids- most excellent.
Best,
Chris

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Post by giammi »

SOTD-2010-03-26

Razor "Robert Klaas"
Brush "Kent BK4"
Cream "Proraso"
Aftershave "CHH Tobacco"

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Post by smoothshaver »

Rooney 3/1 super badger
HBS lemon shave soap with a dab of AOS unscented cream, face lathered
EJ DE-89L with a Feather blade (third day)
Thayer astringent witch hazel.
TGR ASB
-Ed
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Post by a-cut-above »

m3m0ryleak wrote:End of the week at last!............
Agreed!

Rooney 3/1 Super
Trumper's Rose Shave Soap
Moss Scuttle
Merkur Long Classic 23C
Dorco 301ST blade
H. Bronnley AS
Dave

"Sanity is a madness put to good use." - George Santayana (…like a wet shaver with an acquisition disorder.)
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Post by Empty Words »

Dubl Duck Special
Rooney 1/1 Super
Ogallala Bay Rum soap
Booster Island Bay Rum
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Post by Hawkeye5 »

Numismatics


I’m a numismatist. An area of special interest has always been silver dollars. Mostly Morgan Dollars, but Peace and Trade dollars as well. The Trade dollar was the only coin minted that was not circulated within the US. It was used for trade with China in the late 1800’s. Many have “chop marks”, a Chinese character stamped into the coin by the Chinese merchant that was a guarantee of the coin’s value.

Tonight’s razor is a Case Red Imp 132.

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Post by Paddywhacked »

Great picture John!

Weishi
7 O'Clock Yellow
C&E BBB
T&H Lavander Cream
Coral Skin Food
Wesley & Scott Lightly Mentholated Balm
Eric
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Post by brothers »

John, interesting setup!

Friday evening's shave

Stephen's prep
Domenico Caraceni 1913
UK Silvertip rebristled Rooney fat handle
Clauss Round Tip 13/16
GFT Coral SF
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Gary

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Post by Nate »

Evening shave.

Merkur 38C
Merkur Blade
Savile Row 3722
Trumper's Coconut Shave Cream
D.R. Harris Pink

Penhaligon's Endymion
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Post by bernards66 »

Friday:

Gillette Model #58 & LB Wilkinson blade
Omega boar
D R Harris's Rose shave cream
D R Harris's Pink A/S
Floris's Original Gentlemen's Cologne

Well, as has been my experiance with the boar brush I own, this one also seemed to be more effective with a top shelf English cream than with hard soap. With the Harris's cream I was able to get a somewhat more protective lather and one that was available for the full three passes. Granted, there was nothing left to do my usual extra lather florish at the end, but at least there was enough to effectively complete the shave. If I hang in there with this thing in an attempt to win the Plisson prize I think it will have to be with creams.
Gordon
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Post by levente »

Well, Gordon, I'm a large non-fan of the pig as well, and if you can't make it the full month, and if the offeror wants to extend the challenge to someone else, I'll man up. Yes, I know, awfully big of me.

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Basil
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Basil, congratulations on 1000 posts. :)

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Post by desertbadger »

Hawkeye5 wrote:Numismatics


I’m a numismatist. An area of special interest has always been silver dollars. Mostly Morgan Dollars, but Peace and Trade dollars as well. The Trade dollar was the only coin minted that was not circulated within the US. It was used for trade with China in the late 1800’s. Many have “chop marks”, a Chinese character stamped into the coin by the Chinese merchant that was a guarantee of the coin’s value.

Tonight’s razor is a Case Red Imp 132.

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Nice pic, Hawkeye5!.... 8) I, too, had some Trade Dollars (50 of them at one time). I was offered a price for them that I couldn't pass up..... :D
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David
Gotta have the "Fat"!
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Post by TRBeck »

Omega 11137 brush
UK Palmolive cream
1912 GEM SE razor*
PTFE coated T. Pella
Thayer's aftershave

*Thought it'd be perfect today. Technique must have been a bit off, or my skin has gotten more sensitive. Anyway, a very close shave but with some irritation. Feel like a newbie again...

Regards,
Regards,
Tim

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Post by Batmang »

Good Saturday morning all...

'56 Gillette Red Tip w/ Sharpedge (7OCY)
Semogue 2009 LE #19
Cella ss (or is it sc?)
Dickinson's WH
Lea a/s balm
Acqua di Selva Edt

First use of the Cella...I loaded the brush as if it were a soap and had more than enough for three passes. The Red Tip/7OCY combination left me with a BBS shave and the Lea provided a nice soothing finish topped off by the Acqua di Selva. Off in a short while to watch my son's team play a double header...baseball and the driving season has begun.
Nathan

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Post by gsgo »

Vulfix 404 Mixed
Merkur 1904/Wilkinson Classic
Gold Dachs Spezial
Thayers Witch Hazel After Shave
A light dab of Proraso Liquid Cream After Shave
Good shaving,

Gary
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Post by Thalay Sagar »

Good morning. Saturday:

Rooney EJ87 w/Dorco 301
SR 3120
Taylors Rose
Thayer's Lavender witch hazel
Fitjar East Indies A/S balm
English Fern
Best,
Chris

“Isn't it enough to see that a garden is beautiful without having to believe that there are fairies at the bottom of it too?”
― Douglas Adams, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
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