Restored 5/8" round tipped, full hollow Sheffield made razor by W.Mundy
Restored 5/8" round tipped, full hollow Sheffield made razor by W.Mundy
Restored 5/8" round tipped, full hollow Sheffield made razor by W.Mundy
Restored 5/8" round tipped, full hollow Sheffield made razor by W.Mundy
Restored 5/8" round tipped, full hollow Sheffield made razor by W.Mundy
Restored 5/8" round tipped, full hollow Sheffield made razor by W.Mundy
Restored 5/8" round tipped, full hollow Sheffield made razor by W.Mundy

Restored 5/8" round tipped, full hollow Sheffield made razor by W.Mundy

Regular price £80.00 Sale

A 5/8" Round tipped Sheffield Razor by W. Mundy

 


5/8" Round tipped, full-hollow ground.  Probably made before 1935. Delightfully marked Special, this razor would be an ideal first straight razor. It has three-pins with a centre spacer, always a nice touch.

English made full-hollows feel stiffer and more comfortable than Continental European full-hollows, inspiring more confidence in the shave. This feels like a Kropp, in fact, they later produced the famous Kropp.

 


Guaranteed shave ready.

 


This razor is clean, sharp and in shave ready condition

 

This razor declares itself to be Special. Who's going to argue - it's an ideal width for most and inspires confidence.

 

 

 

Classic straight razors are my passion.  I shave with one every single day, and it's my pleasure to resurrect these razors and present them to you.

All my razors are 

  • sterilized, 
  • cleaned,
  • stripped down, 
  • polished, 
  • repaired (where necessary)
  • re-assembled,
  • honed on a succession of the finest Japanese or Ardennes Coticule water hones

  

What I love about this razor.

This is a fine little restored razor. The blade is wonderfully made, with classic English lines.

The scales and spacer are the beautiful originals, three pins, which were only placed on razors which the manufacturers were proud of, aimed to showcase their finest wares.

My share of the profits will be donated to a Foodbank - everyone wins.

 

Please note that the photos were taken after the blade was honed