In The Victorian Gentlemen, you will find vintage and antique items for men. We have a limited supply of items for the Victorian gentlemen. We are looking forward to increasing our inventory in this area. Enjoy the treasures that are waiting to be found!
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$34.95 Vintage White 12 Kt Gold Filled Spectacles Glasses with Case - Item #287
This is a neat shaped pair of Vintage 12 Kt White Gold Filled Spectacles with case. The bridge reads "1/10 12 KT G F". They is a maker's mark but we can not make it out. These spectacles have a neat texture to them. The spectacles are in great condition. The case is in great shape on the outside, but the material on the inside is very fragile and is disintegrating. These spectacles would look great on top of some antique books or as an accent piece around antique furniture.
$24.95 Antique Durham Duplex Razor in French Ivory Celluloid Case - Item #296
This is an Antique Durham Duplex Razor in a French Ivory Celluloid Case. The 8" long razor features what we believe to be a french ivory celluloid handle and a stainless steel blade that is marked "Craftsman Stainless". We did not take the blade out of the razor. The razor and case are signed "Durham Duplex". There are no patent dates on this razor. The razor and case are in great condition for their age. The hinge works great on the case. There is no rust on the razor or blade. The celluloid case and handle does have the normal discolorations due to age, but are in great shape. We believe this could be used as a Barber's shaping or thinning razor. Circa: Early 1900s.