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    Posted 7 years ago

    smp
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    Hello and thank you for looking at my item.

    I picked this up at a garage sale a few years back and have been unable to find anything online about it.

    I know that it was made by Herold Products Co, Inc and I believe they went out of business or changed names sometime in the 50's - 60's. Nonetheless, I am simply just curious about any information on it as I have been unable to locate any "specific" information online. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you.

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    1. aghcollect aghcollect, 7 years ago
      Herold Products was originally Spartus Company - when it was bought and moved to Chicago in 1951, the company name was changed to Herold Products Co. - During the 1950-60's Herold Products Co. produced several lines of cameras, clocks and electric razors and is probably best known for Spartus clocks - the name changed back to Spartus Corp. in the early 60's. Your shaver is circa about 1955/56 to pre-1963.
    2. smp, 7 years ago
      Thanks aghcollect for the info. I did come across similar info regarding the Herold Products Co. in my search, but am still unable to find any specifics regarding this particular model 88 shaver.

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