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The most useful homemade tool in the shop is...

I usually find homemade tools disappointing. Even taking something like an old worn-out screwdriver and grinding it into a scratch awl doesn't for me compare to a store bought scratch awl. I like quality made tools and it's hard to duplicate that same level of quality in the home shop. However, I thought I would share this homemade one that I actually use quite a lot. In fact, come to think of it, and I may revise this later, but aside from some shop made jigs and fixtures I believe it's the

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Skala
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miss mustard seed | antiques for sale | miss mustard seed shares some of her favorite finds for the upcoming Lucketts Spring Market. Check out her her favorite antique French dishes, ironstone and tools!

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Andreas Pilger
antique Coes monkey wrenches, vintage Billings railroad wrench W&OI RR 1800s patent Antique Hand Tools Vintage, Antique Hand Tools, Goblin Art, Monkey Wrench, Vintage Hand Tools, Antique Woodworking Tools, Industrial Style Decor, Farm Tools, Antique Tools

antique Coes monkey wrenches, vintage Billings railroad wrench W&OI RR 1800s patent

Pair of antique vintage Coes adjustable screw wrenches... the orginal monkey wrenches. A 12" L Coes wrench with a wooden handle and an 1800s patent date, and a 10 1/2" Billings wrench stamped W&O R.R (for Washington and Ohio Railroad, I think). These wrenches have a patina of age. The older wrench has major checking / spliting to the wood of the handle and some mushrooming to the upper jaw from being pounded on to loosen stuborn bolts over the years.

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Jennifer L