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Listerine Frog Razor Blade Bank from 1936


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We call this little guy "Fred". He is Listerine's answer to the question of what to do with used safety razor blades. It was a promotional item for Listerine Shaving Cream in 1936. There's a slot in his mouth where you place the blades, and he safely stores them.  Art deco design of a stylized frog looks really cool on the counter. It will hold Gillette, Schick and GEM style blades, and probably other types. 


He's 3 inches tall. He is showing his age a bit, but is still solid and functional. There is a chip in his mouth, probably from where someone removed whatever used blades may have been in it. There are a couple of spots on his head and back that I think are defects where they didn't get the glaze on fully when he was fired. There are some stress cracks and a chip in his back. You can see all of this in the photos, and also see that he still is a piece of functional art. 


Nice display piece, or use it to store your used blades. 


  • Model: Shave653-ListerineFrogBladeBank
  • 1 Units in Stock

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