Here is a new old stock replacement blade for the Rolls Razor Imperial travel razor made in England.
It is in its case with the original wrapping on it still.
The eponymous product was a sophisticated safety-razor which promoted with the slogan "The razor that is stropped and honed in its case".
Rolls Razors, Ltd. made several models with variations based solely on casing material, finish and shape. The earliest models have a pebble-finish metal case. The nickel-plated Imperial No. 2 is the most common, along with the silver-plated Imperial which was packaged with a hard leatherette storage box. During World War II, the case was made all aluminium.