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Two days, two sales...meh. Stopped at Brandt,OH.....was just looking for a few parts.....found something else, instead... Has a span of just over 6", $5 each. Might be the same maker? No names on them. More to finish a "set", as I already had this one.. Fifty cents about a month ago.....has Great Neck for a maker. Just about the same size, as the new pair. Today, another road trip, another BARN SALE! Hey, the compass even had a pencil! Will complete the set. For some reason, I just can't turn down a North Bros. Yankee. Not sure what the eggbeater is....a few drops of 3in1 oil, and it was humming right along. There was one other item... Should last a while? These for items were...$5 total. Now, I just need to find out WHO made the drill....
Noticed an old drawer alongside the curb, awaiting Trash Pickup Day......seemed a shame to let it go... Not much to look at....may refinish the front, shine the knobs up.... Maybe build a small case for around it? Might be something I could use it for? Laid out some tools, time to lay out some thin pieces of pine scrap. Still working on the spacing, but... The larger of the chisels in this group. The other half of the box of chisels was too long for this sort of thing, all the shorter ones did fit in, though. Just laying things out, right now. might make a second drawer for the longer chisels? Thinking some Elmers,and small nails to fix the dividers in place? May keep a lookout for more drawers out on the curb....
With the lid opened, you can see how Stanley stored the cutters in this style of a box. The rest of the plane's parts all get stashed in the main compartment. Dividers sit in hand cut dados. I cut the two dados with a backsaw, then a narrow chisel to pop out the waste. Not sure where that racing stripe in the grain came from, but it goes along with the rest of the fancy grain. I chose not to finish the insides...for now.
Detail of the pen/pencil holders. There are two grooves on each side of the center divider. Oak holder, also connects the two plywood bottom pieces. Center divider runs side to side. Stopped dados to connect to the sides. Oak holder is notched to allow the cnter divider a place to sit. Center divider is notched to match.
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