towhid.dev3.develag.com/quiero-conocer-mujeres-por-facebook.php Any Old Type without a serial were made from to Surgeons' knives, chisels, office-knives and twine-cutters have been added to our line during Specialized blade production begins for the aforementioned new razor tool offerings of surgeons' knives, chisels, office-knives and twine-cutters. Last year for 3-hole blades.
Would return in In Germany , competitor Roth-Buechner is purchased. Tech Set No32 Made in England. I hope to come up with more clarification and will update here as this muddiness clears. These razors did not have the date code on the underside of the base until the fourth quarter of New emphasis on sports advertising.
No razors got date codes or date serial numbers until except only De Luxe model razors which still got serial numbers this year only. B No more razor serial 's or date codes on razors until Date codes only on blades until when they were used on razors again in addition to blades.
Blue blade plain slot and diamonds introduced. Blades get 2x crosshatch. Date codes weren't used at this time so dating is from old magazine advertisements and included-blades date codes.
Also, the Executive came with a cream-colored blade "Blue Blades" dispenser and two blade dispensers each sealed in foil with black text printed on each whereas the Executive - same razor - came with a blue-colored blade "Blue Blade" dispenser and two blade dispensers sealed in foil with a picture of the blue dispenser printed on each. Also first year of a plastic case for a Gillette razor: Also, the Executive came with a blue-colored blade "Blue Blade" dispenser and two blade dispensers sealed in foil with a picture of the blue dispenser printed on each whereas the previous year, the Executive - same razor - came with a cream-colored blade "Blue Blades" dispenser and two blade dispensers each sealed in foil with black text printed on each.
Some razors get date codes Letter for the year and a number 1, 2, 3 or 4 for the quarter of that year. I personally have an Aristocrat with a date code of V3. First known year of the "Gillette Adjustable" aka "Toggle". It also has a red dot on the neck near the adjuster ring and a red dot on the toggle switch.
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Home Gillette Date Codes. Sometimes patent dates are a help, but they give you the front end of the date scale, and not always too exactly.
Some razor makers put serial numbers on their razors, but we don't always have the key to how the serial numbers fit to dates of manufacture. Gillette is one manufacturer for whom we have information on serial numbers and later date of manufacture codes that we can link to time.
Other makers included serial or manufacturing codes, but we do not have the keys. And, please, if anyone comes up with new or better info let me know so I can add to or update. This is a work in progress. Anyway, on to the Super Speeds! You really can't go wrong with the 40's, 50's, 60's or the 70's styles. They'll all give you a good starting point to let you know if you want, or need to go more aggressive or more mild. Here's some sample shots of the many types available. These razors did not have the date code on the underside of the base until the fourth quarter of The SS can be uniquely identified by the lack of a notch at the end of the center bar.
In the notched bar was introduced to make the auto-loading of the new dispenser blades easier. The razor shown below is an example of the no notched Note the "wings" at the ends of the center bar. According to several users this razor is milder in nature than the later notched versions. Below is pictured a ''50 notched Super Speed for comparison. The reason you will see these referred to as ''50 is that without the identifying date code there is no way to nail down the exact production year beyond that range.
Here are the two variations side by side along with directions for use with the newer notched version. There was a variation of the 40's style known as the Black Tip. It came in the aluminum handle bottom and the standard handle top. In the third quarter of date codes Z-3 and Z-4 Gillette gave the 40's style Super Speed its last hurrah with a special limited edition re-release promoting the Gillette Cavalcade of Sports. Once again thanks to Achim for the image as I no longer have mine with the case. The razor itself is identical to the latter 40's styles.
The 50's style also comes in a more aggressive model called the Red Tip.
This one is a favorite among many wanting that aggressive shave. And a more mild version called the Blue Tip which had an aluminum handle and was a favorite of the ladies of the day before the Lady Gillette of 25 years later. This brings to light another subtle variation with the Blue Tip. Notice the shorter TTO knob on the E-4 on the left.