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Millers_Falls_no__2-01_Taylor_backsaw.jpgMillers Falls no. 2-01 and Taylor Backsaw63 viewsA great Millers Falls Egg Beater in a size that I didn't already own, A little clean up and lube and she'll be working great. A project Taylor backsaw which has been de-rusted. Teeth to be jointed, filed and sharpened. I will keep the cross-cut filing, clean up the handle and blue the back. This will make a nice carcass sawBrentpmed
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Big_and_little_mitre_boxes.jpgLittle brother and big brother124 viewsA 12 inch Millers Falls mitrebox and a big Stanley mitrebox. Both with Disston saws each with 1896-1917 PHILADA medallions. Both saws came with their respective mitreboxes. Neither have been sharpened but both cut quickly and smoothly. I use both of these a lot. The little Millers Falls is just perfect for moulding and small bits.Sgt42RHR
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big_and_little_Disston_mitre_box_saws.jpgDisston Mitrebox saws104 viewsBoth Disstons, both with 1896-1917 PHILADA medallions. One saw has a 16 inch blade and the other a 28 inch blade. Both cut smoothly and have not been sharpened by me. Both saws were present with their respective mitreboxes.Sgt42RHR
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MF_mitre_box_and_saw~0.jpgMillers-Falls #16 1/2 mitre box and Disston saw132 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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TOTT_Mar_2015_1.jpgHaul from Mar 2015 Tools Of The Trade sale24 views3 spools of linen thread, an oval turning skew, a couple of cold chisels, a paor of spokeshaves (Stanley #63 & 64), a boxwood handled Marples sash morticing chisel, a pair of odd flat-nosed piers, a 1mm carving gouge, a very large sawtooth Forstner bit, a center finder, a small sharpening stone, a bottle of Yankee fluted drill points, and a couple of levels.dlarue
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finds.jpgGarage Sale finds, 10/1493 viewsfrom top to bottom:

* looks like a pair of tin snips, or side cutters for sheet metal, or ? a definite whatsit.
* a 3/8" drive thorsen ratchet handle
* a russell green river works sharpening steel destined to be a center punch, and
* a "Germany US Zone" ratcheting screwdriver with a solid blade.
madwing
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dam_marking_knife.JPGDamascus Marking Knife31 viewsscrap of damascus steel (ebay)
tine from a shed antler
mix with some time, epoxy, drill, files, and sharpening gear, et voila!
dlarue
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pinkstone.jpgPink, hard sharpening stone165 viewsI picked this up at an estate sale, with the triangular stones. It's remarkably hard, and polishes very much like a hard arkansas stone. I don't know if it's natural (I've never seen this color before in nature) or man-made, but it puts a nice polished, sharp edge on steel.madwing
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slotstones.jpgSlotted, triangular sharpening stones179 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
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RoughInRebate.jpgRoughing in the profile19 viewsStanley rebate plane used to rough in the molding profile. This knocks out a large part of the waste very quickly, and is a lot easier to sharpen than the molding plane.dlarue
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100_4850.JPGAxolite stone20 viewssmall white sharpening stone, quite fine.
still has most of the box, and name on the stone too.
dlarue
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DSCN1559_2.JPG1817 Sharpening Stone Box103 viewsThe maker of this box thought that 2-3/4" clearance off the bench would avoid knuckle dragging. He also dated the lid of the box.Ruby
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