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269268 James Pickering <jpickering5@c...> 2019‑10‑03 My vintage woodworking tools web site
I maintain a website at https://jp29.org/wwtools.htm that
relates to the woodworking hand tools (mostly made during the 1920s and 1930s)
that I have owned, and used, during my lifetime (I am now 90 years old).

James

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269270 Ed Minch <ruby1638@a...> 2019‑10‑03 Re: My vintage woodworking tools web site
Well done, James.  Nice collection of stuff

Ed Minch
269272 James Pickering <jpickering5@c...> 2019‑10‑03 Re: My vintage woodworking tools web site
Thank you Ed. 

James

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269273 Matt Cooper <MaNoCooper@l...> 2019‑10‑03 Re: My vintage woodworking tools web site
Thanks James.
After I acquired my first Yankee screwdriver, I found myself on your site.
I appreciate all the info and I have found myself there several other times.



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From: James Pickering 
Date: 10/3/19 16:27 (GMT-05:00)
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Subject: [OldTools] My vintage woodworking tools web site

I maintain a website at https://jp29.org/wwtools.htm that
relates to the woodworking hand tools (mostly made during the 1920s and 1930s)
that I have owned, and used, during my lifetime (I am now 90 years old).

James

Sent from my iPad
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269274 James Pickering <jpickering5@c...> 2019‑10‑03 Re: My vintage woodworking tools web site
Thank you for the kind words Matt.

James

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269275 RH Hutchins <rhhutchins@m...> 2019‑10‑03 Re: My vintage woodworking tools web site
Those are truly beautifully maintained tools, James!  Are they all from 
the '20s and '30s?  You must have acquired them later, maybe in the '40s 
or later?

Bob Hutchins
Temple, TX
269287 Dragon List <dragon01list@g...> 2019‑10‑04 Re: My vintage woodworking tools web site
Lovely site, James.  I've used it for the Yankee info as well...  Thanks
for sharing it with us!

Bill
Felton, CA

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