Punch,  25 (1853), 185.

Shaving by Machinery



News-Commentary, Drollery


Invention, Technology

    Despite having had miserable experiences being shaved, expresses reservations about a 'shaving machine'. The author is particularly alarmed by the fact that the customer has to sit amidst cylinders to which are fixed 'a forest of blades'.

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