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Yankee, German make, Buerger Bros., Denver Colo.

The razor was made for the Buerger Brothers Supply Company.
"As the West’s largest wholesaler of barbershop and hair-salon products, the Buerger Brothers Supply Company excelled in the beauty business—and the firm’s Denver headquarters may have been the most beautiful thing about it. Built in 1930 at 1732 Champa Street, two doors down from the resplendent Denver Chamber of Commerce, it was one of Colorado’s first and 
finest Art Deco buildings, a stylishly manicured ensemble of glazed tile, wrought iron, and plate glass.
A forty-two-year-old company with operations in eleven states, Buerger Brothers sold everything from scissors and face creams to barbershop poles and shoeshine stands. Furnishings and fixtures occupied the spacious ground-floor showroom, with accessories displayed on the mezzanine and business offices taking up the third and fourth stories. When the company expanded into the neighboring Denver Fire Clay Building in 1937, it gave the property (built in 1892) a full Art Deco makeover, complete with a new coif of beveled terra cotta." (from here
The blade is 11/16, square point, full hollow ground.
Very elegant small razor.
There's some minor pitting on the blade.
The pictures speak for themselves.
Shave ready. 
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