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271922 Kirk Eppler 2020‑10‑14 Re: Puzzled by a shave
Come on Tom, you've got to try harder than that to puzzle us.  2nd one in
DATAMP on that day.

http://
datamp.org/patents/displayPatent.php?pn=176151&id=38849

Kirk in Half Moon Bay, CA


On Tue, Oct 13, 2020 at 4:16 PM Thomas Johnson  wrote:

> Greetings Gracious Galoots ...
>
> I know it's been awhile since I posted ... but now, again, I'm turning to
> the list for help with an ID.  I have a shave that is for all the world a
> Stanley 62 reversible/double bladed spokeshave.  However, it is not marked
> except for the patent date under the handles.  It is in minty condition
> ....  beautifully japanned etc. but no knurling on the handles ... no marks
> on the blades ... just "PATENTED   APRIL 18, 1876 OR 1896 ...  Could it be
> an early prototype?  Doesn' seem like it would be a knock-off with the
> early patent date.
> Anyone?  Anyone?
>
> Thanks!!,
>
> Tom
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