1930s Gillette Goodwill DE Safety Razor Revamp

SKU: 06310R

Description

Available is a 1930's Goodwill razor. This razor came out in an interesting time period for Gillette - after the Goodwill razor debuted but before the TTO design was released in 1934. This razor features a ball end handle and Goodwill head. Great shaves from this razor and a very cool art deco period piece. This razor has been Revamped in our Factory Nickel. This is a beautiful smooth finish, reflects light brilliantly, and is true to the vintage Gillette look!

Beautiful style of razors, try it out for yourself!

Country of Manufacture: USA
Type: Double Edge Razor
Finish: Factory Nickel
Date: 1930's
Condition: Sanitized and Shave Ready
Grade: Revamped
Imperfections: handle's previous history can be seen even after resurfacing
Included: Razor

History: The Goodwill razor set was sold during the Great Depression as an attempt by Gillette to stay in business even during tough times. People would buy a pack of blades and get a free razor set included- hence the name. 

1930s Gillette Goodwill DE Safety Razor Revamp

SKU: 06310R
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Description

Available is a 1930's Goodwill razor. This razor came out in an interesting time period for Gillette - after the Goodwill razor debuted but before the TTO design was released in 1934. This razor features a ball end handle and Goodwill head. Great shaves from this razor and a very cool art deco period piece. This razor has been Revamped in our Factory Nickel. This is a beautiful smooth finish, reflects light brilliantly, and is true to the vintage Gillette look!

Beautiful style of razors, try it out for yourself!

Country of Manufacture: USA
Type: Double Edge Razor
Finish: Factory Nickel
Date: 1930's
Condition: Sanitized and Shave Ready
Grade: Revamped
Imperfections: handle's previous history can be seen even after resurfacing
Included: Razor

History: The Goodwill razor set was sold during the Great Depression as an attempt by Gillette to stay in business even during tough times. People would buy a pack of blades and get a free razor set included- hence the name. 

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