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IMG_20170402_120945.jpgStrange chisel 211 viewsNope, it appears to be an incannel sash mortising socket gouge??dlarue
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IMG_20170402_121015.jpgStrange chisel 19 viewsPS&W sash mortising socket chisel - OR IS IT??dlarue
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Mangled1.jpgmangled chisels13 viewsa sash morticing chisel for working around corners.
and a former socket chisel.
wicked.
dlarue
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Mangled2.jpgmangled framing chisel12 viewsmashed tang, hex nut jammed on as an impromptu bolster, plenty of pitting, and the edge is mangled.dlarue
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Legvise1.jpgLegvise frontview 16 viewsFound in the trash on Sunday, nothing else woodworking related in the pilenicknaylo
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Legvise2.jpgLegvise sideview19 viewsFound in the trash on Sunday, nothing else woodworking related in the pilenicknaylo
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Legvise3.jpgLegvise backside16 viewsFound in the trash on Sunday, nothing else woodworking related in the pilenicknaylo
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Leg_inserts_and_levelers.jpgLeg inserts and levelers20 viewsAsh inserts fitted to slide into legs. Recessed below surface so minimal amount of leveler shows when in use.jerkinsj
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3.jpgBetter image?106 viewsThis appears to be a better shot of the name stamp.
**FLASH**
I have learned that is is H & R BOKER
Sgt42RHR
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2.jpgH & R ROKER name stamp95 viewsI've used these dividers for several years and last night just happened to notice what appeared to be a letter stamp on one of the legs of the divider. After some careful scraping this was revealed H & R ROKER [CAST STEEL?] Does anyone know about this manufacturer?

**FLASH**
I have just learned that it is H & R BOKER.
Sgt42RHR
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IMG_0368.JPGcloseup12 viewspeering closely with a flashlight to see the joinery details.
what a weirdo, eh?
dlarue
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TOTT_Mar_2015_1.jpgHaul from Mar 2015 Tools Of The Trade sale24 views3 spools of linen thread, an oval turning skew, a couple of cold chisels, a paor of spokeshaves (Stanley #63 & 64), a boxwood handled Marples sash morticing chisel, a pair of odd flat-nosed piers, a 1mm carving gouge, a very large sawtooth Forstner bit, a center finder, a small sharpening stone, a bottle of Yankee fluted drill points, and a couple of levels.dlarue
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