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shelf1.jpgfolded shelf unit8 viewsfirst try at some campaign furnituredlarue
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ArmstrongPipe.jpgArmstrong #2 Die Set28 viewsview without the pipe handles and the giant pipe cutter that came with nicknaylo
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IMG_5520.jpg"Outside" of Stanley leaflet81 viewsThis came with the 48. It's a small leaflet containing Stanley's "Improved Labor-Saving Carpenters' Tools".madwing
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IMG_5521.jpg"Inside" of Stanley tools leaflet75 viewsThis came with the 48. It's a small leaflet containing Stanley's "Improved Labor-Saving Carpenters' Tools".madwing
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_20160822_055141.JPGRoaring Camp Nail Stump25 viewsnicknaylo
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Big_and_little_mitre_boxes.jpgLittle brother and big brother126 viewsA 12 inch Millers Falls mitrebox and a big Stanley mitrebox. Both with Disston saws each with 1896-1917 PHILADA medallions. Both saws came with their respective mitreboxes. Neither have been sharpened but both cut quickly and smoothly. I use both of these a lot. The little Millers Falls is just perfect for moulding and small bits.Sgt42RHR
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big_and_little_Disston_mitre_box_saw_handles.jpgMitre box saw handles91 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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LodiSawVise3.jpgLod Saw vise clamping cam handle 25 viewsnicknaylo
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IMG_3442.jpgThe chisels111 views15 lathe chisels (mostly Buck Bros.), seven crank-necked parers (Buck Bros.), 4 crank-necked gouges (Buck Bros.), a Buck and a Greenlee paring chisel with a Buck gouge between, and three Herring Bros. gouges at the bottom; these were all from a patternmaker's estate. The roll at the top is a set of 17 Beevel (Germany) carving chisels, a leather hammer, and an India stone slip; these came from another seller.madwing
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bagpipe_case_crotch_grain_top.jpgWalnut crotch grain lid126 viewsThis lid came from an off-cut from another project. I sawed it in half, book matched it, planed it to 1/2 inch. I think the figure looks like one of those Siamese fighting fish. Five coats of 1 pound cut amber shellac, an ebony glaze wiped on and off, and then a couple of coats of satin wiping varnish. Sgt42RHR
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Picture_006.jpg10 viewsVancamp Hardware mark on shingling hatchetgalootgary
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EFSeyboldSkewScaledImage.jpgE.F. Seybold Skew Rabbet Plane82 views1-3/8" wide James Cam iron
Mark on toe reads
"E. F. Seybold
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