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Razor Blade Stropper, Dubeledge, 1917

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Item # 13-117

Kanner's Dubeledge Stropper for Ever Ready and Gem Junior blades. This is an early version as it says "patent applied for". Samuel Kanner was granted a patent for this device on 2/21/1918 and again in 7/09/1918, for presumably some improvements. Therefore it was made before the patent date of Feb 2, 1918.

The manufacturer is either Samuel Kanner of New York or the Royal Stropper Co of New York. Data available does not specifically identify the maker of this particular model but my opinion is that it was made by Samuel Kanner before the patent was granted and later models were made by the Royal Stropper Compny under some kind of a license as the Kanner name continues to be shown on the boxes and the item itself on later units.

As a point of interest the box for this item does not have the Kanner name on it, further indicating a pre-patent manufacture date.

The item is in good condition with the plating intact with a couple of very small spots of rust. The item is functional and all parts move freely. The leather stropper rolls are intact and the mechanism rotates the rollers.

The box is blue in color and is intact but shows wear around the edges from use. There are some stains on the box.
Item # 13-117

Kanner's Dubeledge Stropper for Ever Ready and Gem Junior blades. This is an early version as it says "patent applied for". Samuel Kanner was granted a patent for this device on 2/21/1918 and again in 7/09/1918, for presumably some improvements. Therefore it was made before the patent date of Feb 2, 1918.

The manufacturer is either Samuel Kanner of New York or the Royal Stropper Co of New York. Data available does not specifically identify the maker of this particular model but my opinion is that it was made by Samuel Kanner before the patent was granted and later models were made by the Royal Stropper Compny under some kind of a license as the Kanner name continues to be shown on the boxes and the item itself on later units.

As a point of interest the box for this item does not have the Kanner name on it, further indicating a pre-patent manufacture date.

The item is in good condition with the plating intact with a couple of very small spots of rust. The item is functional and all parts move freely. The leather stropper rolls are intact and the mechanism rotates the rollers.

The box is blue in color and is intact but shows wear around the edges from use. There are some stains on the box.

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Razor Blade Stropper, Dubeledge, 1917

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