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Philip Christian Enders emigrated
to the United States from Germany in
1764. He fought in the American
Revolution before founding the village
of Enders, Pennsylvania, in the
Susquehanna River valley north of
Harrisburg.

In 1907, a distant relative, William Enders,
was awarded U.S. Patent #1,791,552
for the Enders Speed Razor.

This collector's gem has a greyhound in white outline on the cover. One side has the price of $1.00 and the other side has a guarantee of craftmanship and satisfaction along with a notice of the 2 patents with Wm Enders signature.

There is one razor with bakelite handle in near mint condition, 3 slightly imperfect blades and a box in very good and readable condition. The bottom has some green color loss.
Razor is 3 5\/8" long - Box is 1.25"H x 4"W x 2"D.

$50


ANTIQUE ENDERS SPEED RAZOR WITH BLADES IN BOX


Overview

  • Materials: cardboard, paper, metal, steel, bakelite
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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