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British Army Razor stamped "Made For The Army."

British Army Razor stamped "Made For The Army."

Regular price Ā£45.00 GBP
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This razor was manufactured by John Heiffer of 3 Paradise Square, Sheffield. HeiferĀ produced the razors from 1861-1919.

Ā The razor is marked with his address and "Made For The Army." According to J. E. Goins, this razor was contracted for the US Army, in 1861, and is described in his book Goins Encyclopedia of Cutlery Marks on page 124.1ā€

The blade measures (not including the tang) approx. 3 inches long and is approx. Ā¾ inch wide. One side of the tang is stamped with a cutlery mark of some sort then it reads John Heiffor 3 Paradise Square. The other side of the tang has another cutlery mark and below it Made For The Army.

The horn handle is in good shape, with no major chips or cracks. The pins are tight.