|Place of Origin||England|
Straight razor with black bone handle. manufactured by Wade & Butcher, Sheffield, England. Masonic symbolism etched on blade comprises both Craft and Royal Arch symbolism.
Accession documentation from 1977 indicates that the razor was found in a home in Quincy, CA, purchased by one of the donors.
|Artist||Wade & Butcher, Sheffield|
|Caption||Late 19th or early 20th century straight razor. Wade & Butcher, Sheffield|
|Title||Straight Razor with Masonic Symbols|
|Lexicon category||3: Personal Artifacts|
|Credit line||Gift of Paul Herbert and Bernice Barbe|