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    Posted 1 year ago

    Abshire
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    A friend of mine has these two items we are trying to find any info on them can someone help us out. We think the one looks like a drill press is one but we can’t find any info like when it was made what drill was use in it. Only thing worte on it is ( Poper Iron & Wire Works Inc ) on the handle. The other item we know it is a scroll saw but there isn’t any thing on it at all needing info on it. Last is a metal can opener and sealer but who by and when was it made.

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    1. lzenglish, 1 year ago
      Pics. #1 and #2 show a "Universal Drill Press Stand", where a portable drill motor is fastened in, to make a drill press. Pic.#3 shows an electric scroll saw.
    2. lzenglish, 1 year ago
      Pic#4, appears to be a "National Automatic Can Sealer", circa, 1930's and beyond.

      https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/vintage-national-automatic-sealer-163877599
    3. Abshire Abshire, 1 year ago
      We know what all three of these items are we want info on who made then what models they are when they was manufacted info like tha
    4. lzenglish, 1 year ago
      Your Welcome!
    5. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 1 year ago
      I believe you will find pictures #1 & #2 are a of a bench top spring assisted grommet press used for setting grommets in leather work. The bit that is in it is for pressing the grommet there should be another bit for punching out a hole to fit the grommet.
    6. Roycroftbooksfromme1, 1 year ago
      lol ..lzenglish,.that why I dont help anymore, there to lazy to flip it up side down and look for any info and what you to look it up ....oh my
    7. lzenglish, 1 year ago
      I hear Ya Roy! It is hard to believe that people are as Rude, and Clueless as they are in Today's World. I have been cleaning up some very old posts around here, to help some people out, but my bags are packed, and I will be pulling the plug Very Soon Myself.

      Take Care !
    8. Abshire Abshire, 1 year ago
      Dear Mr Foycroftbooksfromme1. There Isn’t any more writings anywhere’s on anyone of the item other then what I have stated in my Post so thank you for you info even if you didn’t read my Post
    9. Abshire Abshire, 1 year ago
      An you too Mr. Lzenglish
    10. Abshire Abshire, 1 year ago
      Thanks to ones that told me what they know about the items I have posted but we will just find another wed page that can give soon info with out being a smart ass about it when the items don’t have any info on the items then you could only ask for assistance from people that handle antique items so I will go where they do.
    11. Roycroftbooksfromme1, 1 year ago
      your a joke...
      https://www.ebay.com/itm/VINTAGE-NATIONAL-AUTOMATIC-CAN-SEALER-HAND-CRANK-NON-ELECTRIC-late-30S-early-40/223281451206?hash=item33fc9c90c6:g:ALMAAOSwTHRbf-PI:rk:17:pf:0

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