I was at my in-laws yesterday for the holiday dinner thing. My father in law brought me out a Case "2X" knife to show me that his father had found and kept. From the stamp on the blade it was made between 1940 and 1964. (My father in law worked most of his life and retired from Alcas. Alcas is the maker of Cutco and Kabar, so knives/blades/metals are a common conversation point with him and I, especially since I use straights and have started forging.) Then he sets this thing down in front of me. Looks like a very large straight razor coffin. I pull a smallish sized paddle strop out of it. I got a little excited and shook it gently. It rattled!! A little playing around and I figured out the latch and swung the one panel open to find it did indeed contain a straight razor. The sleeve and strop say Keen Edge, but the razor is an Eagle Razor CO. silver steel. I have no idea if it's what was originally packed in there or not. The razor needs a little TLC, but should clean up nicely. He told me that it had belonged to and was used by his dad. As I was looking it over, he said "take it and put it in your collection". So I am now the 3rd generation owner of this little beauty.