Patent Art: Early 1900s Kampfe RAZOR STROP B - matted
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Early 1900s Patent Document [Matted For Framing] for Razor Strop (Blade hone) by Mr. Kampfe. We have other interesting pieces of Barber Shop Memorabilia on our website.
Your piece will include the actual number and date of the patent.
This wonderful reproduction of the original patent graphic is crisply printed on luxurious Ivory Parchment Paper. It includes a white acid-free matte and is ready for insertion into a standard 8" x 10" frame for hanging. Graphic area fits a 5" x7" opening.
We also offer this piece matted in 8" x 10" image, ready for a standard 11" x 14" frame.
Also, included are the remaining pages of the Patent Document printed on 20# white bond paper to complete the Patent information for the collector.
Some history of the Kampfe Brothers from shaveworld . org:
KAMPFE BROTHERS was founded by Frederick, Richard, and Otto F. Kampfe. There is inconsistency in the dates that have been given for the start of Kampfe Bros. and the advent of the Star safety razor.
According to a booklet published in 1975 by their successor, the American Safety Razor Co., Kampfe Brothers began manufacturing the Star safety razor in 1875 "in a one-room shop in New York City." Their first razor patent was applied for and issued in 1880 and listed New York City as the residence of all of the brothers. However, ann April 1905 Kampfe advertisement stated that "every blade bears a reputation of 29 years standing". This implies that Kampfe Bros. had been making some type of cutlery since 1876. ==============================================
Image included here is low-quality for quick loading on the net with SAMPLE written across, which will not be on your print.
Makes a terrific gift for the collector or an addition to your collection!
All Patent Information has been reproduced from the USPTO documents.