As I've written before, except for Case Cutlery and maybe one or two other marques, straight razor collecting is all about the handles and blade condition.
Plain black and white handles, regardless of material, are just so-so razors.
Genuine bone, stag, patterned and dyed celluloid and nickel-silver "bolsters" or appliques are what make for a stunning collection and that is a stunning collection.
I set up my Robeson collection a few years ago next to a man, still unknown to me, that must have had a thousand or more razors on or under his table.
Most of them looked like yours.
I've never seen so many flowing hair or naked lady razors before or since.
If done correctly and properly displayed with shiny, clean, unused or minimally warn blades, just slightly exposed, a straight razor display like that cannot be outdone.
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