Dating rolls razors
(London, England) produced and sold some of the finest razors ever made.
The earliest models had a pebble-finish metal case.
The extremely rare yet innovative Apollo Mikron was released in limited quantity around the 1950’s and consisted of a similar design as Gillette’s Fatboy.
The adjustment knob on the bottom can actually be removed and the inner mechanism can be adjusted further to the user’s preference.
Moreover, their metal cases - most of them ornamented with the Ancient Greek "key" design - remain prized today as excellent examples of Art Deco.
In the early Twentieth Century, while King Gillette and others began marketing their disposable blades, Rolls Razor Ltd.