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TOPIC: Small tool

Small tool 3 years 1 month ago #54698

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Re: Small tool 3 years 4 weeks ago #54715

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That is a cool piece! Love those tools!
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Re: Small tool 3 years 4 weeks ago #54771

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Nice spokeshave, congrats on the find!
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Re: Small tool 3 years 4 weeks ago #54772

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Another winner!! Great piece, what is really cool is last summer I found a piece that was very similar to that in Columbiana county in a farm field. I am guessing we are at least 1 in a half hour drive from each other on location, yet there is little difference in the tools used. That is what makes this hobby so unique, learning about the culture and the tools they used to make a way of life. All I can say since we both have one it must of been a banner idea or they wouldn't have made so many!!! Great piece_Bill
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