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HAIRCUTTERS/ BARBER KING/ Adjustable Comb / 1975

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The front of the packaging states that it has automatic control with safety features for perfect haircuts. It was the home Barber shop for Men, Women and children.
It also saved you $75 or more a year on haircuts, great for travel. A lifetime gift.
Manufactured by Spanel International, N.Y. City.
It's in the original plastic case also with the original box of blades 2 unopened (new) and one used, for a total of three blades (in box) with a fourth one still in comb.
The paper instructions are missing, but they do happen to be on the handle of the comb.
A great piece for the Collector of vintage Barber Shop items.
The plastic case has a few cracks, photo #5 on bottom left, the cutters are in great vintage condition, no rust or pitting.

7 1/2" long.
2 1/4" across middle.

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HAIRCUTTERS/ BARBER KING/ Adjustable Comb / 1975


  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: metal, paper, stainless steel, plastic
  • Only ships within United States.
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