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"LOVE IT", and the History Write-Up.! Thanks for Sharing ! Wayne
"LOVE IT"!! Thanks For Sharing. Wayne
"LOVE IT" !! A little History of "Skilsaw".and "SKILSAW"in link Below. https://www.protoolreviews.com/who-invented-circular-saw-skilsaw-history/ Thanks for Sharing, Wayne
I agree with everything Motoolz says in post#3. TO ME, This "LOOKS LIKE" the kind of specialty measuring tool used in production lines by Machinist and Inspectors, or others. PS: Now that i have s...
LOVE THEM !! Thanks for sharing! Consider sharing photos of them on one of the old tool collector sites like Garage Journal, of which im a long time member. https://www.garagejournal.com/forum/foru...
I have its twin, and love it more now..lol Nice History write up dav2no1. Wayne
LOVE IT ! A Baby Boomers Home Turf, K-Thru 6 Grade, for 8 Hours a Day.! Wayne
Have You looked at This Site ? https://www.yesteryearstools.com/Yesteryears%20Tools/Home.html Wayne
Very Nice Looking Design, and if you got stuck with, it it would not be a fantasy anymore, now would it ?LOL//// My first guess is always "INDIA Made" when i see unmarked steel, and all the brass. ...
https://www.allaboutpocketknives.com/catalog/16896-a-w-wadsworth-and-son-barlow try this one
Your first knife dates to the 1910-1930 era it appears. Very interesting Company History.. https://www.allaboutpocketknives.com/catalog/16896-a-w-wadsworth-and-son-barlow............... Wayne
Yeah Baby! One of the Key Tools, That Built the Railroads, that Built Out Country! Wayne
LOVE IT ! As a Baby Boomer, I was Lucky enough to work at one of these Truck Stops in the 60's myself/ The "Truckadero Truck Stop", and "Flying A Cafe", all in one. A Dollar an Hour, and GREAT MEMORIE...
Love It, Welcome to CW/ Wayne
What are the dimensions, including thickness? Do they have pin holes on the undersides? LZ
What is the bottle made out of ? Wayne
SEXY, SEXY, SEXY PHOTO !! Wayne
PS: If the needle does go with it, it appears it may be a fine tuning device for some sort of pressure bleed flow control. Ok I'm Done Guessing Now..LOL......I look forward to the correct answer, and...
I do not think the needle and valve go together as a unit. To me it looks like a small "Cock Valve" used in laboratory setting.? Just My Guess Tho! Good Luck in Your Searches. Wayne
Very Nice Find! When I see these, i think of "BULK OIL", (refined used Motor oil) that we sold in the Old Hancock Gas Station I worked at Many Years ago.! Wayne
Very Sorry to Hear of Your Loss Bill. I Hope You Have a Great Day of Cellibrating Her Life Today~ Take Care, Wayne
Great Old Knife Company.... https://www.smithfieldgetgrilling.com/how-to-tell-how-old-a-barlow-knife-is/ Wayne
Yeah Baby !! "Airborne", "All the Way"!! How could I not Love these!! Wayne
Try to search "Vintage, 5 pin buffalo skinner knife". I found some look a likes, Except, for the thin tapering blade as yours has near the handle(Scales). Maybe Dexter, Russel, Green River.......???? ...
I do not have your answer either, but when i need to find an Old Unmarked "Orphan Wrench Maker", by "Visual Match Only", i go to "The Wrenching News", along with Similar Sites..... Link Below....... ...
Very Nice Write up AO, Thanks for Sharing. LZ
You are Very Welcome Mrmoney! If i could take it all back i would. signed, Please and Thank You!
I believe you have a Modern Day, Factory Made Bowie, or Gaucho knife. Open this link for a look-a-like to help in your search. https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/tramontina-13-inch-bowie-trade...
Thanks for Sharing this Great little Piece!! Love It !! I have one Very Similar, and I Appreciate you Adding the History with Yours.!! "I LOVE OLD TOOLS HISTORY" LZ
Very Nice A-O !
Thank You for Your Kind Words Coke1234. Wayne, aka, LZ English
Mom was a"Meter Maid" for 28 Years in Sacramento, CA. in the 60s. At her Retirement They Presented Her with a Duncan Lamp Meter Like Yours. Mom Passed away at 93 years Young, last week and willed this...
LOVE IT !!!
I have one of these myself from "Ken Tools". Mine is called a Heavy Duty Tire Hammer, with a 16" handle. The rubber Heads are available from Ken Tools and on ebay. Ken Tools Catalog. https://www.k...
try this one. https://shop.tsprof.com/blog/info/HISTORY_OF_THE_DEVELOPMENT_OF_SHARPENING_DEVICES/
Yes Sir's, I also found it to be a "Millers Falls", by Visual ID. The look-a-like i found has Millers Falls Stenciled across the wheel housing. LZ
Beautiful....Love it !!!!!
Another Great Old Treasure From You H-F, LOVE IT ! I will check my old Hardware Catalogs for a Visual Match. Happy Holidays to You, and CW. LZ
LOVE IT !! LZ
I Too Love OLD S-K, and have Many in My Collection. Very Nice!! LZ
Very Interesting Tool You Have. In all my tool collecting years i have never seen one just like it, but i Love it. Questions: What is the O.D. diameter of the drill bit its self? What did your dad do ...
Very Nice ! I have its twin with keys and love it! LZ
@Congcu, I Considered it, and I agree on your cheese press theory. Nice Solve ! Dear O.P., How Bout it, did You get a chance to sniff the wood, and see if it Smells like "Who Cut The Cheese" ? LMAO...
The only thing i can agree with for sure in your description, is the sled part, as it does indeed look sled-ish. Now if i had to describe the rest of it to a blind man, i would say, appears to be a TR...
Love it! This is another Blast of the past for me, Good Memories of how this Country was when i Grew up in the 50's and 60's. Funny thing is, you can still find these great treasures at yard sales and...
Just to add to kwqd's answer, let me give you a product description.......... "Kotobuki Mini Samurai Sword Letter Opener with Red Tassel' made in Japan...
LOL, above should say GO TO. as opposed to Got to..... bad spelllaarr
No problem, Got to the top of this page, where it says Post an Item or search all show and tell. Type in "Mystery Tool", and hit Enter. When the page opens, you go down a few items till you see a look...
Hi Lamplover78, i may be able to shed some light on your fan maker, but need a bit more info. What is the Diameter of the Fan Blade itself? How tall is Your Fan, from the ground up? Does the Cord Plug...
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