However, Rolls Razor announced that it was to close its factory because of mounting losses and fears of a world slump - it was going back 'home' to Cricklewood.
The company sold the Hemel Hempstead site and land for expansion to Kodak.
Global sales increased markedly after a double-head model was introduced in 1951. Bruce Hammond Collection View 3 comments about this object A1193 PIFCO RAZOLITE MIRROR, 1952 The Pifco Razor Lite, a small mirror with a mains lamp behind, which shines through a small area of the mirror.
Bruce Hammond Collection View 1 comment about this object A1197 FORFEX HAIR DRYER, 1930's A hair dryer originating from the 1930's.
After the war, a slightly improved version of the cigar-shaped single-head shaver was introduced.
A simple needle and a wrist strap connected to a battery, and power control to increase the voltage.
VICEROY DRY SHAVER (SPRING LOADED), 1936 Non-electric razor with cutter driven by friction motor and external hand-crank.
Dark maroon phenol plastic body similar to later electric version.
There is an easy way to determine the date of your vintage Jensen speaker.
On the edge of the speaker where the mounting holes are there will be a six digit number.