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flea_finds_5.jpgParallel rule 84 viewsEbony and Brass....I don't see a lot of nautical memorabilia in Oklahoma...passed on it some time ago and regreted it...showed up again today so I snagged it for $15 roy griggs
Sargent_no_81_5.jpgSargent_no_81_5166 viewsThis followed me home todayroy griggs
Alvin_Sellins_Stanley_Sweet_Heart_Buckle.jpgBuckle, belt, and tool164 viewsYears ago I picked up an Alvin Sellens Stanley Sweetheart belt buckle, stamped 496 of 500. I finally got around to making the belt today. I tried some water soluble dye this time, and the edge is dressed with a W. H. Horn & Bro edging tool (1890-1902 Philadelphia).Sgt42RHR
Todays_loot.jpgtodays loot134 viewsThe muffin pan, the muffun pan, roy griggs
flea_today15.jpgWhat's-it211 viewsKeyhole saw ? Float ?roy griggs
flea_today_14.jpgA day of little finds197 views12" J. R. Hyde shears
boxwood shave
Yankee No. 15
J Russell and co. ? (Float ?)
no name awl <personal weakness>
Clover Brand Valve grinding compound
1/4" not sure why I bought it chisel
Irwin #22 exp. bit
roy griggs
EsthersForge.JPGWNY 2011 - Micro Forge67 viewsWestern NY Galootapalooza
Here is Esther's new One-Brick-Forge.
It heats up fast and does a great job on small stuff, like knives or plane blades. Alas the leaf spring was too big to fit inside, so no froe-making today!
shop_1900s.jpgShop circa 1900 (?)145 viewsBelt-driven machine shop that still exists today, circa 1900...maybe? The business operated on the same site from 1850 until about 1950, so I'm judging from the presence of electricity and the workers' attire.citydweller
holdfast.JPGHoldfast April 201147 viewsTaking my cue from Michael S. I was frightening the new neighbours today.dlarue
IMG_0952.JPGJuly 17, 2010 Estate Sale finds292 viewsThis is just a small part of the haul from two estate sales today. The total for everything here was 20 bucks. Bedrock 605 1/2, new Marples mortise gauge, new Marples 1" chisel, Norton Hard Translucent Arkansas stone, two Washita stones need lapping, Snow and Nealley PicknHoe, with factory sheath, Berea Rocky River Oilstone as new in tattered box, J.S. Cantelo (Boston) folding draw knife, Berylco non-sparking Beryllium Claw hammer, two as new Bessey F-Clamps, 2 razor hones, 1 square India stone.TRexF16
IMG_2586.JPGGalootaclaus 2009 - Today was a second Christmas!68 viewsJust before 1pm, I walked down to the mailbox, and there was the package .. Galootaclaus has been here!

First things out of the box was Albert's note (thank you, Albert), followed by eight NOS files, a nice example of a Morrill Apex sawset, a Craftsman drill index, and a set of five Stanley 750 chisels, three of which need some TLC to get their handles to stay where they belong. Niiiccee chisels, worthy of sitting next to my Bucks, Witherby's, Sorby's and Spear & Jackson.
Charlie Driggs
IMG_2502.JPGChippendale Ottoman - finished 2120 viewsHere we are three years later -- and the finished chair and ottoman were delivered today. I did my part back in July 2006, but this time the delay was due to LOML, as she couldn't decide what fabric she wanted. Also, despite me taking the course she required on upholstery, she spent a chunk of our savings to have a 'pro' reupholster the chair and make a matching cushion for the ottoman I made. Came out quite nice, actually.Charlie Driggs
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