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DSC_0772_reduced.jpgShadow Box I43 views25" wide by 22" tall. Nice 12" Diston & Sons and a skewed multi-plane with some blades - Probably a Stanley or Sergeant. Anybody want the tube repair press :0)SomedayForge
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sawbench.jpgsaw bench / hewing bench / moaning stool26 viewsHalf a basswood log, 4 pieces of ash for legs. The wood was from trees downed by the Great Ice Storm of '98. This does multiple duty in and out of the shop as seating, hewing bench, saw bench, morticing bench, &cetera.dlarue
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Johns_and_Earles_folding_side_chairs-side_view.jpgSide view80 viewsThe folding aspect of this chair varies little in multiple examples of original folding chairs from this period.Sgt42RHR
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sept__2011_last_022.JPGpocket multitool116 viewsPocket knife size multi tool. There is a spring loaded keeper in the end and the side. Tack hammer/tack puller, 3 screwdrivers, and quarter inch auger bit. Japanese markings, believed to be a WWII bring-back. The Swiss Army is the Tinker. john krau
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chair_devil_34.jpgdetail multi-shot of a small chair devil22 views9" long, 7 Oz in weight (227 mm, 198g)bugbear
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chair_devil_detail.jpgdetail multi-shot of a cmall chair devil23 viewsShots from top:

top view
front view
view of internal faces of disassembled devil
bugbear
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Wormy_Chestnut_rack_for_marking_gauges~0.JPGWormy Chestnut rack for marking gauges173 viewsWormy Chestnut from attic flooring in my folks old house. The bead on the top and front edges was cut with a plane beloning to my GGGrandfather (maker stoped making planes in London in 1765). One coat of 1.5 pound cut garnet shellac wiped on. Multiple mortise gauges have been a blessing making my folding 18th century side chair.Sgt42RHR
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Wormy_Chestnut_rack_for_marking_gauges.JPGWormy Chestnut rack for marking gauges139 viewsWormy Chestnut from attic flooring in my folks old house. The bead on the top and front edges was cut with a plane beloning to my GGGrandfather (maker stoped making planes in London in 1765). One coat of 1.5 pound cut garnet shellac wiped on. Multiple mortise gauges have been a blessing making my folding 18th century side chair.Sgt42RHR
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Using_a_frame_saw_to_multiply_by_dividing.JPGUsing a frame saw to multiply by dividing174 viewsThe frame saw I built with walnut scraps from the folding bed project worked great! I gaged a pretty deep line around each board and sawed to the line. I was able to get 5/16" thick stuff after I planed the saw marks away.Sgt42RHR
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gclaus08.jpggclaus0832 viewsStanley Yankee 30A screwdriver, North Bros Yankee 41 push drill, L Coes Adjustable Wrench, Sargent multi-wrench, Tote blank and another offcut.dhahn
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disston_multi-saw2.jpgDisston #101-105 nest-o-saws201 viewsroy griggs
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AdironChairs.jpgAdirondack Front168 viewsMade from redwood, finished with multiple wipes of diluted BLO, refreshed periodically.Tom11
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