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Takara Belmont Barber Chair

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    Posted 6 years ago

    BobVintage
    (55 items)

    Beautiful Takara Belmont Barber Chair made by Takara Chuzo Ltd in 1952. It has the original Headrest, Headrest Paper Roller and Razor Strop. Under the seat it has the inspection paper. The barber shop owner bought new in 1952.

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    Comments

    1. officialfuel officialfuel, 6 years ago
      Sweet!!

      Michael
    2. antiquerose antiquerose, 6 years ago
      I love this. When I used to be a Barber-stylist back in the 1980's - these look like the same type of chairs the shop had that I worked it. Sure sturdy chairs!! THANKS for the Memories......

      ~ Oh, and the Strop hanging from the side == looks like one I still have here.

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