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4-24-07_plane_004.jpgGroup project 3468 viewsPlaned red oak also but the walnut shows up better!!!roy griggs
chisel_strop_bottom.jpg468 viewsroy griggs
2011_7565s.jpgEdgerite 4-jaw brace464 viewsStamped Germany with BRIT.PAT.No.390970Schwartz
5-13-07_plane_003.jpg???Block Plane 2???464 viewsNever should have made the group projectroy griggs
Folding_field_bedstead-unfolded,_complete_and_ready_for_a_mattress.JPG18th Century Walnut Folding Field Bedstead463 viewsSide viewSgt42RHR
DSC02354.JPG461 views4-in-1 screwdriver from Rockler kit, flanked by hardware store cousins. Ivory wood handle from what turned out to be a wet blank.Chuck Myers
viseact009.JPGVeneer saw in action460 viewscitternmaker
Van2.jpg458 viewsslongley
My_New_Saw_Till.JPGMy New Saw Till452 views10" x 20' No. 2 pine, 3/8" oak dowels. I like looking at these tools and they are within arms reach.Sgt42RHR
estate_sale_8_04_07_002.jpgEstate sale 8/04/07 $5447 viewsLater Disston saw, small crowbar, two rasps, 3 various sized gasket punches, impact srewdriverroy griggs
IMG_0118.JPGUnknown Sharpening Stone447 views7x2x1 inch stone picked up at an estate sale. Thought it was a Crystolon (it was pretty dirty) but when I cleaned it up I saw by the striations in the stone it is natural. Seems fairly soft but fine, much like a Queer Creek. But here it is completely cleaned up and sitting on a new Queer Creek and it is clear it in not that. Also interesting how it was cut from the quarry perpendicular to the "layers". Kinda quarter sawn...
Does anybody know what kind of stone this is?
skew_pair_004.jpgSkew Chisels #1446 viewsA pair of almost matched Fulton 1/2" B.E. Socket chisels shortly to become a matched pair of skew chiselsroy griggs
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