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Many details have been provided by the does not provide dates for each mark—merely the registration number. Last amended: 12th January 2015 The list that follows has been based on material extracted from the Deutsches Reichs-Addressbuch (several editions, 1900 to 1942); from Solingen und Sein Industriebezirk (published in 1922); Rasierklingen-Code (1932); Cutlery & Flatware, Made in Germany (1983); and the Adressbuch der Stadt Solingen for several years between 18. The entries are currently based only on evidence gathered from the categories 'Rasierapparatefabrik' ('safety-razor maker'), 'Raiserklingenfabrik' ('razor-blade maker'), 'Rasiermesserfabrik' ('open-blade razor maker') and 'Taschenmesserfabrik' ('pocket-knife maker'); the lists of blade-forgers and grip makers have also been consulted. This problem has been largely resolved by the creation of a number/date correlator, which has proceeded through several improvements until it can predict the date of registry with an accuracy of '± one year'. Brand names: '4S' (date unknown), 'Ariston' (1928*), 'Aso' (c. 1924/5), 'Century' (1928*), 'Cutwel' (1928*), 'Efeu' (1928*), 'Finedge' (1928*), 'Fortunato' (1930†), 'Fulmine', 'Heavy Weight Professional' (post-1945), 'Lifetime' (1928*), 'Northlight', 'Omar' (1928*), 'Pas Pas' (1921), 'Pausos' (c. 1924/5), 'Securitas' (1939‡), 'Spark', 'SS', 'Success', 'Taileffer' (1928*). A few problems remain, however, largely owing to the comparative lack of material surviving from the pre-1919 period; and they are usually most obvious at the beginning and end of each year. [Note: some of these were originally registered by Otto Stiehl (*), Heinrich Altenbach (†), and Gebr.