Kirecord was found a few times as a Solignen based manufacturer of straight
The razor guys suggested 1930s- 1960s based on styling.
May be more later when I am not working off a phone or iPad.
Kirk, where yesterday’s and last weekends hauls need to be unpacked and
moved out of the truck.
On Sat, Sep 15, 2018 at 11:14 PM Don Schwartz wrote:
> My bad. I had originally thought it was RECORD, but after disassembly,
> found that a washer had been obscuring two characters.
> But I misreported. It's KIRECORD in what Albertans would call a lazy
> Google was no help with that either. I couldn't find it in John Walter's
> listings. Ditto German patent & trademark office.
> I'm unable to connect to holzwerken.de this evening. Will try again
> My excuse is that I have managed to catch me a head cold.
> On 2018-09-15 8:18 PM, Kirk Eppler wrote:
> Are you sure of the spelling? My German cohort is drawing a blank on the
> On Fri, Sep 14, 2018, 9:40 AM Don Schwartz wrote:
>> A while ago, I picked up a cute little 7-1/2in eggbeater ( hand drill,
>> Jeff) stamped DIRECORD inside a diamond plaque, and also GERMANY. It's a
>> modest tool, with hardwood handles and a mid-green coating on the gear
>> I googled and searched Wolfgang's site, with no find. Does anyone have
>> knowledge of this mark?
>> Don, on a very chilly autumn morning in Calgary -1deg C!!!
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> Nullius in verba ( Take nobody’s word. )
> motto of the Royal Society of London for Improving Natural Knowledge
> “The information we consume matters just as much as the food we put in our
body. It affects our
> thinking, our behavior, how we understand our place in the world. And how we
understand others.” — Evan Williams
Sent from my iPad, apologies for the Auto Correct errors. Kirk