Other makers – 19th Century

Here you will find an alphabetical listing of various razors from the 19th century; each listing has high-res images of all marks on the razor, as well as overall pictures for reference.

Ashton Jackson & Co. Unique and Inimitable American Razor. Horn. Sheffield, mid 19th Century. (Ref. R0081)

Barnes, Edward & Sons. Mark US (star). Long cut. Sheffield, mid 19th Century. (Ref. R0122)

Barrett, T. 144 Fleet Street. Ivory. London, mid-late 19th Century. (Ref. R0086)

Beinhauer’s (Richard) Celebrated Razors, carved ivory. Mid 19th Century. (Ref. R0048)

Bingham, J. VR Silver steel, tapered, ‘An Excellent Razor’. c. 1840. (Ref. R0106)

Brammer, Joseph. Earlier mark. Sheffield, c. 1810-30. (Ref. R0021)

Brammer, Joseph. Persepolis, silver steel. Sheffield, 1820s. (Ref. R0022)

Brammer, Joseph. Persepolis; frameback. Sheffield, 1820s. (Ref. R0023)

Britt, S. Scaled horn. Maidstone, Kent, late 19th Century. (Ref. R0129)

Brookes & Crookes. Shilling Razor. Horn. Sheffield, late 19th Century. (Ref. R0200)

Brown, John & Co. ‘Razor Makers to His Majesty, King William IV’. Columbia Works. Double Refined India Steel. Sheffield, 1830-37. (Ref. R0257)

Colley & Co. Asiatic markings, special point style. Blonde horn. 98 Arundel St, Sheffield. (Ref. R0278)

Critchfield. Copper collars, horn, early-mid 19th Century. (Ref. R0110)

Crookes, Jonathan. For Barbers Use, horn (personally rescaled). Sheffield, c. 1840. (Ref. R0003)

Eyre, B.J. Challenge Razor, hollow ground. Sheffield, late 19th Century to 20th. (Ref. R0191)

Fenney, Frederick. Tally Ho. No box around signature. Horn, Sheffield, 19th century. (Ref. EXT0004, courtesy of Steve Matusek)

Fenney, Frederick. Tally Ho. Boxed signature. Non-original wood scales, Sheffield, 19th century. (Ref. EXT0005, courtesy of Steve Matusek)

Fenney, Frederick. Tally Ho. Travel razor (diminutive). Bone. Sheffield, 1840-60. (Ref. R0210)

Fenney, Frederick (C.T. Bingham, late F.F.). Tally Ho. Ivory. Sheffield, 1840-60. (Ref. R0245)

Fenton, Joseph & Sons. Ivory. Sheffield, late 19th Century. (Ref. R0020)

Fisher. 188 Strand. Ivory, London, mid-late 19th Century. (Ref. R0144)

Gilbert Brothers. Steel frameback, 8/8. Horn (cleverly repaired). Sheffield, mid 19th Century. (Ref. R0143)

Hall, James & Son. Long cut. Horn. England, early 19th Century. (Ref. R0137)

Harmar, William & Co. Cast Steel Razor. Non-original plastic scales. Sheffield, mid-late 19th Century. (Ref. R0092)

Harrison, William. Superior Razor. Non-original wood scales. Sheffield, c. 1820s. (Ref. R0213)

Hawkes & Wallington, New Street. ‘Invincible’. Mottled horn. Birmingham, mid 19th Century. (Ref. R0107)

Heiffor, John. 7-day interchangeable set, ivory. Sheffield, c. 1820s. (Ref. R0266)

Heiffor, John. Made for the Army. Horn. Sheffield, mid 19th Century. (Ref. R0148)

Hunter & Son. Horn. Sheffield, mid 19th Century. (Ref. R0250)

Jackson, Staces & Smith. Sheffield, c. mid 19th Century. (Ref. R0207)

Jackson, William. Philadelphia (Sheffield), mid 19th Century. (Ref. R0026)

Johnson, James. Silver steel, Warranted Good. Horn. Sheffield, 1820s. (Ref. R0097)

Joy, T. Cast Steel, VR. Non-original plastic scales. Mid 19th Century. (Ref. Roo61)

Mappin Brothers. Queen’s Cutlery. Pair in wood scales, cased in Moroccan leather. Sheffield, late 19th Century. (Ref. R0068)

Mappin & Webb. ‘Trustworthy’. Sheffield, late 19th Century. (Ref. R0126)

Mechi, 112 Regent Street. Ivory. London, late 1800s. (Ref. R0052)

Mechi. Leadenhall St, Regent St. Repaired one-piece MOP. London, late 1800s. (Ref. R0270)

Miller, D. 16 Fargate. ‘Made Expressly For Barbers Use’. Horn. Sheffield, 19th century. (Ref. R0274)

Morgan, T. Horn. Sheffield, early 19th Century. (Ref. R0109)

Morton, G. & J., 39 Cheapside. Ivory. London, late 19th Century. (Ref. R0089)

Mossop, John. Cased pair. Faux tortoise (horn). Sheffield, mid 19th Century. (Ref. R0242)

Nowill, J. & Sons. Ivory. Sheffield, late 1800s. (Ref. R0054)

Packwood. Old English. Horn. England, c. 1830s. (Ref. R0218)

Packwood. Worked spine and heavy wedge. Horn. c. 1820-40. (Ref. R0120)

Parker, William. GR, reground. Horn. Sheffield, 1820-30. (Ref. R0206)

Reese, Richard. Diamond Edge Razor. Mid-late 19th Century. (Ref. R0145)

Remiehneppo (Oppenheimer). Horn. Mid-late 19th Century. (Ref. R0140)

Richardson., est. 1796. ‘Ground on a 3 Inch Stone’. Ivory with inlay. Liverpool, mid-late 19th Century. (Ref. R0088)

Ryals, William. Interchangeable set in pique-pin ivory. Sheffield, c. 1820s. (Ref. R0269)

Savage, George & Sons. Horn. Sheffield, c. 1840-60. (Ref. R0153)

Savage, George & Sons. XX. Horn (personally rescaled). Sheffield, c. 1840-60. (Ref. R0154)

Shepherd, John, Manufactured For. Horn. mid 19th Century. (Ref. R0130)

Smith, Joseph & Sons. 3415 Celebrated Razor, Diamond Edge. Originally in the collection of Judge Robert Lummus. Horn. Sheffield, mid 19th Century. (Ref. R0108)

Sutcliffe, R. Sheffield Razor, reground. Horn. Sheffield, 1840-80. (Ref. R0165)

Taylor, W. Corporate Mark, XQ Site. Masonic etching on blade. Horn. Sheffield, 1840-80. (Ref. R0169)

Taylor, W. Corporate Mark, XQ Site. Horn. Sheffield, 1840-80. (Ref. R0208)

Tillotson. Celebrated Frameback (brass). Horn. Sheffield, mid 19th Century. (Ref. R0064)

Vining. London, GR, 7-day interchangeable set, pique-pin ivory. London, 1820-30. (Ref. R0264)

Vining. 125 Regent Street, WR, ivory. London, 1830-37. (Ref. R0031)

Walker & Hall. 7-day interchangeable set with penknife handle, ivory. Sheffield, c. 1820s. (Ref. R0263)

Weiss. GR, ivory. London, 1820-30. (Ref. R0030)

Wilton, W.G., in horn. c. 1840. (Ref. R0056)

Witt. Travel razor (diminutive), in horn. Early 19th Century. (Ref. R0058)

Unknown Maker. Interchangeable 3-day set, pique-pin ivory. c. 1800-1820s. (Ref. R0265)

Unknown maker. Carved pique-pin ivory scales. Sheffield, early-mid 19th Century. (Ref. R0117)

Unknown maker. Carved bone scales. Sheffield, mid 19th Century. (Ref. R0194)

Unknown maker. Horn scales. Sheffield, 1820s-30s. (Ref. R0220)


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