"The Gillette Big Fellow, For the Real Man Who Does Real Work." That's how Gillette advertised this razor almost 100 years ago. And at 2.9 oz. and 3.8 in. long, it's a lot longer and heftier than other razors of its time. These two Big Fellows are definitely user grade, though they do both have a fair amount of silver plating left and no crooked teeth. They do both have small barrel cracks but are structurally sound. The one with a serial number that begins with 400 is from 1924 and is on the left in all photos; the one with a serial number that begins with 624 is from 1926 and is one the right.