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Whatsit~0.JPGWhatsit from Menlo Park11 viewsabout 12 inches long, steel. Hand forged, very good welds. Marked J.H. Neff.nicknaylo
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3-32nd_inch_wide_chisel.jpg3-32nd inch wide chisel60 viewsThis is the narrowest chisel I've ever seen, just at 3/32 inch. Only marking is CAST STEEL stamped into the side of the iron near the tang.Sgt42RHR
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Galootaclaus_tools.jpg2016 Tools from Galootaclaus81 viewsUnmarked spoke shave, Pexto chisel, Buck Brothers chisel, unmarked cast steel narrow chisel, spoon bit, and a block of dense wood that will be perfect for scales for knife or tool handles.Sgt42RHR
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sawscrewbox.jpgDisston saw screws in box25 viewsflea market find
nicknaylo
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05-InfillShoulder-2.jpgOwner's mark (?) on Infill Shoulder plane63 viewsGunmetal shell, ebony infillsaltchuck
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IMG_20160609_220411.jpgmortise layout24 viewsmarking the centre points for boring out the wastedlarue
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Hatchets.jpgcarving hatchets15 viewsThese are my carving hatchets.
Little one is a James Smart Brockville product.
Larger one has a makers mark that I don't recognize.
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4.jpgDividers stamped H & R ROKER(?) CAST STEEL90 viewsThese dividers were in a box of old tools from my Mother's family's farm in Virginia. Among the other tools were late 18th and early 19th century moulding planes marked H.O.A. Henry Osborne Ambrose was one of my Great great grandfathers and was a carpenter (?) in and around Petersburg, VA.Sgt42RHR
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MF_mitre_box.jpgMillers-Falls #16 1/2 mitre box132 viewsThis mitre box is completely unmarked as to maker or model but appears to be identical to the Millers Falls #16 1/2 12 inch mitre box. I added the cherry base for clamping to my workbench.Sgt42RHR
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MF_mitre_box_and_saw~0.jpgMillers-Falls #16 1/2 mitre box and Disston saw133 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 handles89 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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Pic_11.jpg16 viewsSplit worked well - note the pith in the center. Black marks are some kind of reaction to use of steel wedgesGary K
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