You are bidding on a Vintage 9" Manual Folding-Blade Straight Razor, made in New York, U.S.A. by Geneva Cutlery, circa 1920s? FEATURES INCLUDE: Fine-Edge Carbon-Steel Folding Razor Blade, and a "Faux Ivory" Celluloid Plastic Handle with decorative Brass accents at each pin. SPECS INCLUDE: Overall Length: 9 inches with a 6" overall length Blade end-to-end (razor portion measures about 2-3/4 inches) and weighs just a little over 1 ounce. Blade has "SPECIAL A" stamped near the tang on one side, and "Geneva Cutlery Corp" over "GENEVA, N.Y." on the opposite-side. This Knife has been lightly handled & used but looks to be in VERY-GOOD, CLEAN CONDITION overall. I'm sure the blade's edge has been re-sharpened but looks straight with minimal metal loss, and opens & closes smoothly, not too tight, not too loose and closes without peaking. The ivory-colored celluloid handle scales appear to be chip & crack-free with maybe a small ding here & there, possible some yellowing due to age. The brass pins & accents show the usual surface patina, but not too bad. Comes only as shown with black factory cardboard box (no labels or markings on the box, so not sure if it's original). Please feel free to ask questions before bidding, selling AS-IS with no warranties. BID WITH CONFIDENCE! Thank you once again for your interest in my item, and good luck!