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Soapstone.jpgSoapstone holder10 viewsforged from stainless (it's what they had) about 6 inches long with the scrap of soapstone. nicknaylo
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IMG_20150525_170051667.jpgBlack Hard Arkansas Stone29 viewsnicknaylo
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IMG_20150525_170027230_HDR.jpgNorton Label on a Black Hard Arkansas Stone 33 viewsnicknaylo
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IMG-20150512-00290.jpgold gouges16 viewsflint gouges
note how polished these are, not the rough flaked stone tools you normally see
dlarue
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TOTT_Mar_2015_1.jpgHaul from Mar 2015 Tools Of The Trade sale26 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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TOTT_Oct_2014_stone.jpgcleaned up stone24 viewscleaned up stone from Oct 2014 TOTTdlarue
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pinkstone.jpgPink, hard sharpening stone169 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 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
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IMG_3442.jpgThe chisels111 views15 lathe chisels (mostly Buck Bros.), seven crank-necked parers (Buck Bros.), 4 crank-necked gouges (Buck Bros.), a Buck and a Greenlee paring chisel with a Buck gouge between, and three Herring Bros. gouges at the bottom; these were all from a patternmaker's estate. The roll at the top is a set of 17 Beevel (Germany) carving chisels, a leather hammer, and an India stone slip; these came from another seller.madwing
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TGOC_Oct2013_1.jpgTool Group Of Canada Meeting Oct 2013 haul19 viewsI picked up a few things.
Stanley jack rabbet, cute little hammer, reprint catalogue, combination stone, shaker pegs, awl, and dowel pointer from the dealer tables. Boxed stone from silent auction and a wrench and coping saw from the live auction.
dlarue
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2013_2724ss.jpgCoticule117 viewsThe stone was glued into the box but the bottom margins look irregular, not sawn. The stone doesn't seem to absorb water, and produces a mirror finish quite quickly.Schwartz
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double_stone.jpgdouble stone25 viewsdwittner
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