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100_5784.JPGbackside11 viewsback of a chest, obvious repairs and replacements, newer wood, empty peg holes. shims, nails, etcdlarue
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r1.JPGr144 viewsR: Millers Falls No 12 breast drill. With a three position crank and two speeds, what more could you want? A built in level?? OK, it has that too. It does NOT have the side handle, but you can make a replacement out of that curly bubinga you've been saving just for this. $10
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r2.JPGr233 viewsR: Millers Falls No 12 breast drill. With a three position crank and two speeds, what more could you want? A built in level?? OK, it has that too. It does NOT have the side handle, but you can make a replacement out of that curly bubinga you've been saving just for this. $10
curt seeliger
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r3.JPGr326 viewsR: Millers Falls No 12 breast drill. With a three position crank and two speeds, what more could you want? A built in level?? OK, it has that too. It does NOT have the side handle, but you can make a replacement out of that curly bubinga you've been saving just for this. $10
curt seeliger
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28_2011_7392.jpgBritish Arts & Crafts replacement hardware91 viewsThe chest was found with these handles. They were the second replacement to the originals, based on inspection of the drawer-front wear patterns. They exemplify an inverted heart motif associated with CFA Voysey, architect and designer of the British Arts & Crafts era. 1850-1915. This design was registered in 1909: the registration number was stamped on the back.Schwartz
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IMG_1455_(800x600).jpgcomparison rear view79 viewsPlane came with brown stained hardwood tote and knob secured to the sole with WWII style steel one-piece rods - of course these could be replacements. Frog fits fine but does not seem to be stanley. Has twisted lateral (to form thumb piece) with no markings, not two-piece, and small brass adjuster. TRexF16
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035.JPGWitherby & Parr chisels61 viewsThe bottom one is the George Parr chisel after the repairs are completed and with the new handleOldSneelock
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034.JPGCrude wire holder for friction heated wire.40 viewsI cobbled up a handle for the wire so I could try it.OldSneelock
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033.JPGNew handle35 viewsI tried the friction heated wire decorations for the first time on this one and it worked pretty well.OldSneelock
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Pad_saw_-_about_14_inches_long.JPGEbony and brass pad saw162 viewsHandle appears to be ebony, the overall length is about 14 inches, although it appears that some of the tip of the blade is broken off. The screw securing the brass ferrule to the handle is oversize and appears to be a modern replacement. The blade is surprisingly sharp.Sgt42RHR
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Washington_bed_Conservators_interpretation_of_stretcher_bar[1].jpgRecreated stretcher bar for Washington bed127 viewsThe stretcher bar (spreader bar?) was missing from the original Washington bed, here is the replacement the conservator made; I'll probably do something just like this in shape. If you look hard on the left rail, you can make out the mortise with a open sloped side to allow the bar to slide in. On the other side it's a regular mortise.Sgt42RHR
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chestfrtdetail.JPGChest of Drawers, front detail159 viewsYou can see the inlay, the beauty of the wood and its color, and the replacement brass handle.madwing
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