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Schick Injector Razor, Type F from 1940-41


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This is a somewhat rare Schick Injector razor. It is a Type F. This was only manufactured in 1940 and 1941 before wartime production focused on blades only. It was probably a good thing they stopped making this type before too many were sold. Apparently, the design wasn't very successful as Schick went back to a mildly reworked version of the type E when razor manufacturing resumed after the war.

It has a handle made of an aluminum alloy bonded to a brass element under the head and a copper spring riveted to the back. It is an attractive design, but the copper spring was probably too weak for the purpose. It's a shame they stopped production. I think it's one of the coolest looking razors Schick ever made.

As you can see in the photos, the razor is in very good condition. The worst thing is, the brass plating is wearing off the copper spring, but it will likely polish up to look great. All the metal surfaces are shiny, although there is general wear. Works perfectly. If you want to use the razor, you'll need to purchase new Schick style blades. 

A very interesting piece of shaving history to use or display.

  • Model: Razor543-SchickF-1940-Good
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