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IMG_20160723_181455152.jpgBlades10 viewsnicknaylo
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IMG_20160724_154555.jpghandy tool for wedge mortise layout12 viewsnever used this one in anger before, but wow, it rocks for laying out tusk tenon mortises! The square blade is used to wrap the mortise locations from one face to the other, the bevel dictates the angle.dlarue
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big_and_little_Disston_mitre_box_saws.jpgDisston Mitrebox saws101 viewsBoth Disstons, both with 1896-1917 PHILADA medallions. One saw has a 16 inch blade and the other a 28 inch blade. Both cut smoothly and have not been sharpened by me. Both saws were present with their respective mitreboxes.Sgt42RHR
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MF_mitre_box_and_saw~0.jpgMillers-Falls #16 1/2 mitre box and Disston saw129 viewsThe mitrebox is completely unmarked but appears to be identical to the Millers Falls #16 1/2 12" model. The saw with with the box when I got it and is a Disston with a 16 inch blade and a 1896-1917 PHILADA medallion. I've not sharpened the saw but it cuts smoothly so that little clean up is required.Sgt42RHR
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big_and_little_Disston_mitre_box_saw_handles.jpgMitre box saw handles84 viewsThe smaller of the two is a Disston 16 inch saw blade with a 1896-1917 PHILADA medallion. The larger of the two is a Disston 28 inch saw blade, also with a 1896-1917 PHILADA medallion. The smaller saw is unmarked while the large saw has owner's initials stamped on the handle and the spine. Both saws came with the mitre boxes.Sgt42RHR
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IMG_20150826_214807.jpgfinished 14 viewsBLO, old bit of saw blade, and it works fine.dlarue
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finds.jpgGarage sale finds July 201518 viewsNifty old panel saw, screw/nail wall chart and jig saw blades. nicknaylo
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bottom_view.jpgBottom view22 viewsThis appears to be the bottom view as the corners are not rounded and there is no decorative beading. This view shows the tops of the two threaded thumbscrews that are threaded into the double bevel blade. The extent of the sheet metal and nail repair to the wood around the left thumb screw can be seen.Sgt42RHR
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top_view.jpgTop View14 viewsThis is looking down on what seems to be the top or show surface of this tool. The corners are rounded, and a decorative groove is worked along each edge the length of the tool. In this view, the spring arm assembly can be seen with the spring screwed to the side and anchored on the right end by a pivot screw. An unthreaded thumb peg is seen on the other end of the assembly. A steeply sloping chamfer is cut forming what appears to be the exit as it falls away from the edge of the blade.Sgt42RHR
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Side2_view.jpgSide 2 View11 viewsThis view shows more of the sheet metal and nail repair to the wood around the left threaded thumb screw. It also shows a spring arm assembly that appears to form the bottom of the mouth with a double bevel blade forming the top of the mouth. The blade faces the spring arm assembly. Sgt42RHR
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side1_view.jpgSide 1 view12 viewsSide 1 shows the Whatsit in full view. There are metal posts on each side near the ends. The posts are smooth on their upper half and have symmetrical sets of rings and grooves on the bottom half. Also shown are two threaded thumb screws that are threaded into a stout double bevel blade, the back of which is seen in this view. Also seen is part of a sheet metal and nail repair to the wood around the left hand thumb screw.Sgt42RHR
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blade_spring_arm_closeup.jpgSpring arm assembly closeup12 viewsSide 2 view shows a spring arm assembly anchored at one end with a wood screw. It is attached at is other end to one end of a metal bar through which passes a pivot screw and one end and a thumb peg at the other. The metal bar forms the bottom of the mouth with a double bevel blade forming the top of the mouth. By moving the thumb peg, the mouth bar pivots away from the cutting edge of the blade. The edge of the mouth bar that is closet to the blade's edge is chamfered the same length as the blade.Sgt42RHR
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