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Cherry Brand, Made in Germany.

 The razor was made by Goedecke & Co. GmbH. Solingen-Merscheid: Kölner Strasse 144 in 1908, Beethovenstrasse 258-60 in 1939.
Brand names: 'Beste Rasierklinge' (1920), 'Carmen' (1919), 'Cherry Brand' (1910), 'Consort' (1908, sometimes used as 'Crown Consort'), 'Cosmos' (1904), 'Crown & Gauntlet Razor' (1919), 'Crown & Mitre' (1912), 'Cullinan' (1916/17), 'Da-Capo' (1908), 'Deputy' (1908), 'Derby' (1920), 'Deutschmeister' (1919), 'Discos' (1904), 'Dom' (1920), 'Dome[-Razor]' (1923?), 'Dosrond' (1919), 'El Bandillero' (1924?), 'Emir' (1910), 'Ever Ready' (1919), 'Finest Silver Steel Razor' (1919), 'Fjord' (1917), 'Gauntlet' (1913), 'Goe' (1910), 'Goedecke' (1921), 'Goedeckes Meisterklinge' (1918), 'Goe's Meisterklingen' (1918), 'Graf Witte' (1906), 'Jupiter (1921), 'Kidnap' (1909), "King's Cross" (1906), 'Mandarin' (1898), 'Metro' (1908), 'Metropol' (1904), 'Nateswera' (1923), 'Odeon' (1920), 'Ophir' (1912/13), 'Oxidene' (1913), 'Patron' (1904), 'Per Gynt' (1925?), 'Rochus' (1906), 'Sea Bell' (1907), 'Sealord' (1908), 'Sea Lord' (1910), 'Slyde-Stroke' (1914), 'Sparrow' (1920), 'Suitzall' (1913), 'St. Eloi' (1913), 'Starmatz' (1918), 'Totai' (possibly 'Total', 1908).
The blade is 6/8, round point, full hollow ground.
There is some minor pitting on the blade.
The pictures speak for themselves.
Shave ready.
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