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266993 Kirk Eppler <eppler.kirk@g...> 2018‑11‑08 Re: Bud Brown's Show and Auction
On Thu, Nov 8, 2018 at 7:46 AM Bill Webber  wrote:

>
> The only item I picked up from the dealer sale was this set of what are
> commonly called /Interchangeable pattern makers gouges/.
>
> > http://billwebber
.galootcentral.com/1811-001.JPG
>
> I've seen several sets of these on line and that seems to be the
> accepted name for them.  Unfortunately they are not marked with a
> maker's name.  One fellow's web site attributed their manufacture to
> Buck Bros, but he couldn't verify his claim.  These are sturdy, well
> made, and supposedly used for light finish work in the pattern makers
> trade.  Has anyone with Buck Bros catalogs ever seen a listing for
> these?  Any other catalogs?  A named manufacturer would be nice to have.
>
>
Here is a set in a 1939 Adams Nelson Catalog.  Doesn't say who made them.

https://archive.org/details/AdamsNelsonPatternmakersHandTools1939/page/n5

Buck and Witherby have not shown them in any catalog I can find here.

-- 
Kirk Eppler in HMB, CA, closing gaps in projects at work for a change.

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