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Soapstone.jpgSoapstone holder13 viewsforged from stainless (it's what they had) about 6 inches long with the scrap of soapstone. nicknaylo
IMG_2799.JPGGalootaclaus 2016 79 views11 items, two for chunks of Bodark and Mesquite from Texas, two for chisels needing a boatload of care, a bit holder also needing some help, a box of #7 slotted flat heads from Sweden of all places, dual sheave blocks, a mystery #593 Stanley hammer without faces, a NIB set of 6 Greenlee Irwin style bits, some acid brushes, and a tubular thing that apparently grows that way - never saw anything like this before, but I'm guessing that grew in Texas too. Quite an assortment.Charlie Driggs
galootmas1.jpgDelights from Walter, more33 viewsBooks to read and refer to, including plans for making storage for them, and build a house to put the bookcases in. One of Sloan's classics as well as help identifying the wood he made the candle holders out of. I was thinking butternut, but now I'm leaning to walnut.curt seeliger
galootmas2.jpgDelights from Walter30 viewsCandle holders he made himself, and a similarly sourced chisel holder, Witherby chisel and a drawknife both sturdy and ready for the home. Sweetly shaped mallet, curvy wrench (I'd not seen one of these before) and an oil can for obvious uses.curt seeliger
IMG_5034.JPGEdge cleaning48 viewsWorkmate makes a great assistant board holder.jerkinsj
slotstones.jpgSlotted, triangular sharpening stones184 viewsI picked these up at an estate sale, along with a Pfeil 1/8e carving chisel. They're triangular in cross section, look like hard arkansas and black hard arkansas stones, and each has a v-shaped groove in one edge. They can be easily removed from this holder, and rotated so their flat edges can be worked.madwing
haul_08242012.jpgFriday's Haul255 viewsHaul from local estate sale. Clockwise from upper left - Craftsman inside caliper/divider (7"), white/grey sharpening stone in holder, Simpson bastard file, Pike #1 Washita stone in box, Starrett inside caliper/divider (5"), Stanley socketed chisel, What's-it with horn handlejerkinsj
tu2.JPGTU241 viewsKa Bar folding lockblade knife. 5 3/4 inches closed, 4 1/2 inch blade, wooden handle. Gratuitous rust spots here and there. $5

Yankee 130A body, in good shape because it's useless without the drive shaft and bit holder. Also a Yankee 20-1 driver with bit that slips on drive and catches on reverse. This one might work with some futzing. $2
curt seeliger
jack-stone5.jpgReversible Oil Stone from Pike130 viewsThis is how it's set up. The box opens, and the metal stone holder (double-sided) flips back and forth, resting on the edge of the box. There is a pressure-plate held against one end of the stone with a screw, and that keeps the stone in the metal holder.madwing
Cameo_and_holder.jpg96 viewsCameo with carving holder - from Venice Italyjerkinsj
P1060652.jpgSmall die-cast plane83 views"Select Planer razor blade tool.
The worlds sharpest tool.
Use any double-edge razor blade"
Has two blade holders, one straight one curved
P9120147b.jpgAnother view of Ink String device128 viewsAnother shot of the ink string holder. There is a cloth sack inside which is soaked with the ink and through or under which the string is drawn. SomedayForge
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