This double spoke shave (with straight and concave cutters) is of the style popularized by Batchelder in the 1850s. When production ceased in the 1860s, other manufacturers, including Semour Smith & Son, produced the same design and marketed this shave through other sellers, including Sargent, Supplee, and other hardware dealers. Those shaves were usually marked “Best Cast Steel / Warranted” on the cutters just like this shave. This example is clean, with about half of its original finishes, and is useful for light work. It is easily Good.