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Discussion in 'D.I.Y.' started by barney, Apr 22, 2018.
Dang that's sweet. Between my brother, father and myself, we have a bunch of my grandfathers old tools. They are probably from the 50's as well, though a couple we know are from the 30's. I still use my grandfathers round and scoop shovels to this day, though definitely not as much as he did.
Thanks you, sir!
Barney I definitely appreciate your craftsman ship (top notch) and your passion for working with these tools but I find your knowledge of their history to be sincerely amazing.
Thanks, Ed, I appreciate that!
I guess I got interested in the history of hand tools because you couldn't get a good one after the 70's.
MAN SKILLS!!!!! That’s a beautiful piece of work there Barney.
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Very nice,...ive refinished a few myself.