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  1. Hello, Kenmart. On this side of the world those would be called a Spofford Chuck or a split jaw chuck.
  2. Wow!! Thanks for sharing!!!
  3. Wow!! That is a brute of a saw!!! Thanks for posting!!
  4. Very nice!! Thanks for sharing!!
  5. I am glad you are well. And I hope the "pot-holes" have fair prices!!
  6. For holding a cone shaped string spool?
  7. Wow!! Thank you for sharing the story!!! Your patience and perseverance paid off! I hope you don't mind my asking, are you a Brooklyn resident?
  8. Great old tool , I like the handle shape!! Could that have been made by your great grandfather? From the photos it looks three sided, could it have been made from a metal file??
  9. Thanks for sharing!!. The syringes make great pinpoint oilers!! So, I'm not the only one that has surgical tools in the toolbox!!!
  10. Very nice, great job on bringing it back to life!! Thanks for sharing!!!
  11. I think we're on the right track. Possibly used as a jig setup, on a welding table? I did see a photo of a welding table with equally spaced holes, I will try to post a link. https://texasmetalwork...
  12. Thanks for the reply, I'm still leaning toward an industrial or manufacturing application!!
  13. I've got it!! I'm just a lowly carpenter, but I work with several locksmiths during the day!! They would love that tool. regards, Lou
  14. Hello, I love the photos!1 How does the lock removal tool work? Thanks, Lou
  15. Hello, fhrjr2. Thanks for the reply, I like the idea that this could be from a milling machine!!
  16. Cool find!! A good wife would prepare your shirt collars for you, a great wife would let you take your shirt off first!!
  17. Cool device!! Thanks for posting!!
  18. One leg of a tripod?? Just a guess!!
  19. Nice group of fire extinguishers, thanks for posting!!!! I appreciate the fact that you left the natural patina!! Good luck to you and your sister with your store!!
  20. I found a quote from Joan Jett posted on another website; "I grew up in a world that told girls they couldn't play rock 'n' roll".
  21. Hello, I looked at the link, and "Froide a bac Cendres" translates to "cold ash pan". Maybe a handle for an ash pan for a wood burning or coal stove or oven? Fireplace?
  22. Those shallow drill holes could be an owner's mark!!!
  23. Thanks for posting, first one I have ever seen!!!
  24. Nice find, looks like it was well taken care of!!!
  25. My first thought is for a barber shop razor strop!!
  26. Hello, I am guessing it is a Harness Maker's, or, Tack Room Clamp.
  27. So, it looks like Spiegel offered quite a few tools in their catalog. Here is a link to a catalog page that I believe is your saw. I hope that the link works!! https://www.garagejournal.com/forum/...
  28. Hello, That is a cool looking saw. Definitely a hand held saw, you would not have an adjustable angle base if it were to be mounted on a panel saw. I would not call your saw a boat anchor either, espe...
  29. Nice toolbox, side handles are a must on a box that size!! Thanks for posting!!
  30. Ouch!!!
  31. I agree, they look like the slide/moveable jaw for a Quick Release Woodworking Vise!!
  32. Hello, All. Thanks for the replies. One of my early guesses was a Bush Hammer for concrete, never thought of stone. I will start looking in that direction.I think it's a little too heavy for a Meat Te...
  33. The "empty spot" on a floor , (usually a couple square inches) , is where the one of a kind part of a tool lands, and then bounces into the nether regions of everything else on the floor!!
  34. I'm just curious , what does an empty spot on a wall look like??
  35. Cool tool!! I would have brought it home too!!
  36. Is it me, or does it look like the item is upside down in the photos? Or like it is hanging from the ceiling????
  37. Those are so cool!! Thanks for posting!!
  38. Awesome!! Thanks for sharing!!!
  39. Very nice, looks like it was well cared for!!
  40. Hello, Roycroft. So far, sod cutter makes the most sense, but I could not find a match.I had thought agricultural/horticulture tool when I first saw it, but again, no way to verify. Regards, Lou
  41. Hello, Thanks for the comments, great guesses that I will try to track down!!
  42. It is sad , and I hope it all finds a good home!!!
  43. Hello Everyone. Thanks for the tips, and the comments!! Haven't had a chance to get back to cleaning the tape residue, maybe one of these days!!!
  44. Hello, Are the holes in line top and bottom? Possibly a structural component?
  45. You could try googling Boulton & Paul.
  46. Brake Spring Pliers. Most likely catalog number 47395.
  47. Hello, Nice group of hammers!! The Patent Date refers to patent number 29760, assigned to a Reinhold Boeklen. He also had another patent 36829, the drawings show a screwdriver bit inserted into the fe...
  48. Thanks for sharing. My guess is the curved tool is for cleaning out the bottom of the mortises, like a Lock Mortise Chisel. Those were tough guys using those tools, I imagine a lot of muscle power wa...
  49. Nice job on the restoration!! Thanks for sharing!!
  50. You're welcome!!
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