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Gclaus3.JPG15 viewsa goldmine of hippie galootherie...Greg Isola
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IMG-20150514-00367.jpgholdfasts17 viewsat the Roskilde shipyard where they are recreating viking age shipsdlarue
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IMG-20150514-01251.jpgtreenails14 viewswedged treenails recovered from a viking shipwreckdlarue
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ship_augers_1.jpgship auger 134 viewsbusiness ends of long augersdlarue
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Ship_augers_2.jpgship auger 217 viewsa bunch of very long bitsdlarue
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20131029_3488ss.jpgSpiers Panel Plane w parallel 5/32" Sorby iron402 viewsEven though I can slip 0.046 inches of feeler gauge into the mouth, it can consistently produce cherry shavings between 0.001 and 0.002 inches - provided the cap iron aka chip breaker is set back the absolute minimum my eyes can detect - with magnification. Would a tighter mouth make it any more useful?Schwartz
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GalootBBQ2013_3.JPG2013 Galoot BBQ chipping away33 viewsIan chopping a spoon from a piece of kindling.I think that's Craig and Richard in the background discussing tools.dlarue
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hip_roof_002.JPGhip roof tool box 171 viewsdon't know maker roy griggs
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hip_roof_001.JPGhip roof tool box62 viewsI've had this one awhile '65/66roy griggs
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6c_tote.jpgTote124 viewsCan't believe I found this under all of the grime. no chips, cracks. This was only a light cleaning with mineral spirits and wax. No stripping or sanding required. Brentpmed
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6_c_knob.jpgKnob82 viewsUnder the grime, I found this beautiful rosewood. no cracks or chips. Brentpmed
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blanket_chest_front_view.jpgFront View155 viewsIIRC these are Ball & Ball Chippendale escutcheons and drops, and because I wanted a more used patinated effect for the chest, I got these in an antique brass finish. I cut faux key holes and blackened the insides. To add the the patina, between the fourth and fifth coats of 1 pound cut amber shellac I brushed on a light coat of brown sludge gleaned from the bottoms of near empy stains I had lying around. I then wiped the glaze off vigorously, leaving only shadowy, dirty lines at joints and fillets; this seemed to add depth to the finish as well.Sgt42RHR
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