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Hungary . Berettyóújfalu

I'm a furniture restorer I have been buying such old carpentry and woodworking tools for a long time now, so I've decided to organize my tools into a collection.I'm a furniture restorer I have been buying such old carpentry and woodworking tools for a long time now, so I've decided to organize my tools into a collection. (Read more)

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Maybe a finger moisturizer from a pot. - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Interesting painted wedding box - Furniturein Furniture
folding rule - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Grót gyalu ,grothobel rooter plane - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Threading set - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Szárnyas gyalu , spokeshaves - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
coopers plane , kádárgyalu - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Miter box for 45 degree cuts. - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
grot saws - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Draw knife - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware

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  1. Not only is a small planer good for modeling, but whatever you plan is big, it's to be edged.
  2. There were indeed people who could afford to make their furniture from imported wood, but the less affluent, and in the Civil War, could only make furniture that was at hand.
  3. Maybe the two belong together and they were used to grind the corn!
  4. Nice and old furniture! No small accounts among small accounts?
  5. This is a Hungarian piece. You can see that your rod is missing what makes the flax tow and the drive gear connecting the two wheels, which in most cases is a simple asparagus. otherwise the spinning ...
  6. Due to the position of the handle, I am able to expand the hat. Rather, it is suitable for tying a reed from straw that is temporarily tightened until it is tied. Of course, it would be nice to know i...
  7. A négy bevágás azért van mert összejelölték az alkatrészeket , hogy ne keverjék össze más gyalu alkatrészével .
  8. There are still people in Transylvania who make and sell it for farmers. The alfalfa is then rotated and harvested after drying.
  9. Yes it is. Not incomplete, this is how it should look.
  10. This is a wire tongs. Used to make the wire, you use the pliers to grab the end of the wire and drag it through the hole, the smaller the hole, with your hand hooked. It used to be like this when it w...
  11. It was used by men to drink wine. Miska's jug is called Michael.
  12. The box has been made like this for about 1,000 years. What makes you think it was made after 1890?
  13. No official gold or silver mark on photos! Fight the picture you see.
  14. The body of the crate was made of beech wood everywhere. From the inside of the photo, it can be seen that the bottom was made of poplar. As far as I can see this has not been counterfeit, a part of i...
  15. Yes the butter was made from cream.
  16. Then no dog whistle.
  17. The picture was taken in 1955 by the Hungarian Ethnographic Museum.
  18. I read the comments here, I don't think they have seen how these boxes were made. The boxes were made using this technique for more than a thousand years.
  19. https://www.facebook.com/mindenamimagyar2018/videos/950633315102887/
  20. Socks binding tool.
  21. It is easy to find out what you measure, measure your volume and calculate your volume from these.
  22. It is also known in Hungary, it was used when wheat was harvested, you see a couple on the wall.
  23. https://pin.it/3z2wtdz53v6y4n
  24. They cut the rolled out dough into a square to make a stuffed dough. Very Italian tool.
  25. You learned a new profession!
  26. Do you hear the sound when you blow it or not?
  27. https://d3h6k4kfl8m9p0.cloudfront.net/stories/b7tGGyNphYD4YiWEZt-pYg.jpeg mine is like that.
  28. Traditionally, these one-piece dishes were made by Gypsies in Hungary. They were mostly poplar.
  29. https://youtu.be/w_rX_o-SYMU
  30. he year is realistic. The knife has this factory mark?
  31. (Poniatowski) Ágost Szaniszló 1763-1795 was probably part of the equipment of his soldiers.
  32. I have a silver filling pencil with its mark on its hook, it is fastened with a rivet, if it would fall off it there would be no mark on it. It may not be complete, it is missing something that had th...
  33. In Hungary, seamstresses use the needle to temporarily fasten the hem..This is called a glove opener because it extends the glove finger before use to make it easier to pull on.
  34. UnkleRon has the tools in the second picture in a private agricultural museum at my previous job where I worked as a restorer for 6 years.
  35. https://hu.pinterest.com/pin/307722587035659114/
  36. When ready, show it!
  37. Apparently, they were used extensively in port cities as much was stored in barrels on ships.
  38. Irishcollector correctly see how it was used, I would add that the other end is fixed on a planer bench.
  39. I also have such a planer made in 1852, it is made of pear. It is difficult to determine from a photo, but probably yours is either a pear or an apple tree.
  40. The box closure was made in the early 1800s.
  41. Put in citric acid solution.
  42. Swiss Army Knife
  43. Indeed an oak antique chair .Nice piece and good condition.
  44. Any subtitles in it? Traveling chest, these crates traveled from Europe to America in the early 1900s.
  45. https://www.1stdibs.com/amp/furniture/seating/chairs/viennese-chair-j-j-kohn-nr36-circa-1900/id-f_14863922/
  46. The chair is made with a printed patterned seat and woven fabric like yours.
  47. https://www.1stdibs.com/amp/furniture/seating/armchairs/vienna-secession-bentwood-chair-fischel/id-f_14628591/
  48. This form was also manufactured by the Debrecen (Hungary) factory.
  49. Michael Thonet's patent on wood bending expired in 1905. That year, 52 curved furniture factories were established in Austria-Hungary. Apparently it was one of the factories. The chair could only be m...
  50. In Hungary it is called a scythe. It is used when you want to eradicate a wild bushy, woody part, and use this tool to remove the roots so that they will not be folded again.
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