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    Posted 5 months ago

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    Nice Jorgensen wood clamp. Size 2/12 inches. Does not have a year when made...................................................

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    1. keramikos, 5 months ago
      charmsomeone, Cool. :-)

      Here's some history on the company and its products:

      A patent (I'm not sure if this is the right one):
    2. charmsomeone charmsomeone, 5 months ago
      Thank you for the information. Willl take a look.
    3. AnythingObscure AnythingObscure, 5 months ago
      These are industry-standard clamps for any serious woodworking shop and have been for many decades, during which their 'bulletproof' design hasn't changed much at all. I know we've got a few dozen of various sizes at the shop, nearly all of which are probably as old as I am (some more!) where they are just crucial tools to get the job done. I don't know anything about how to officially "date" them, except by judging the amount and nature of their inevitable scars and wear marks...?

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