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05/17/2022 10:03 AM
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(5) FRAMING CHISELS + CURVED DRAW SHAVE

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Rating: 8
Comments. The pieces in this lot are made out of metal with most having hard wood handles that vary in length and all are more than 100 years old. The five framing chisels are all razor-sharp and the lot includes a 13/16 Richardson & Co, a 1 James Swan Co, a Douglass Mfg. Co, a Underhill which was made in Nashua, NH, a 5/8 unmarked heavy chisel and a No 10 unmarked curved draw knife which needs sharpening. Everything in this lot is in good shape with normal use wear, could have some wood wear, soiling/stains and one of the chisels has some splits in the handle as seen in our photo. They may be antique, but they will come in handy in your modern-day woodworking shop.


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