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    Posted 5 years ago

    bobby725
    (251 items)

    Nice old coopers adze. The handle is only 6" long, it is 8.5" across. The bolt runs through the handle. I would sure like to see someone use a tool like this, it is really awkward to hold.

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    1. BHock45 BHock45, 5 years ago
      its basically the same shape as the one i use to carve bowls. But mine is modern and curved, I think yours is flat. You get used to it after awhile, but you want to try to strike with the back of the blade...if that makes sense. Nice piece.
    2. bobby725 bobby725, 5 years ago
      Thanks BHock45 for the info! Thanks aghcollect!
    3. bobby725 bobby725, 5 years ago
      Thanks racer4four and blunderbuss2!
    4. bobby725 bobby725, 5 years ago
      Thanks fortapache!
    5. Karl-Fodor, 10 months ago
      https://youtu.be/w_rX_o-SYMU
    6. Karl-Fodor, 10 months ago
      Traditionally, these one-piece dishes were made by Gypsies in Hungary. They were mostly poplar.
    7. Karl-Fodor, 10 months ago
      https://d3h6k4kfl8m9p0.cloudfront.net/stories/b7tGGyNphYD4YiWEZt-pYg.jpeg
      mine is like that.
    8. bobby725 bobby725, 10 months ago
      Thanks Karl-Fodor for all of the information and nice video!!!

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