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    Posted 4 years ago

    Irishcolle…
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    In the days before Stanley knives, blade holders like this one were used for general purpose cutting. Simply designed with a single screw to hold the blade in place. It fits very comfortably in the hand with a small protrusion above the blade for applying extra pressure. 3 1/4 inches long.

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    1. hotairfan hotairfan, 4 years ago
      very interesting.... never saw one like this before
    2. Irishcollector. Irishcollector., 4 years ago
      Thanks for looking in. I forgot to mention the maker's name is Syer & co. of London.

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