After my grandmother passed away this fall her children decided to sell her property, including my grandfathers old workshop. He and his brother built boats and furniture there, and although most of the tools are gone, there was an old massive glue press up on the attic. I guess the sheer size have scared anyone from taking it. It was six wooden frames of 4×4 timber, with 4 screws in each frame. Luckily I discovered that the frames was not attached to each other, as I always assumed (as did my father). So after clearing away tons of rubbish on top of and inside it, I was able to rescue it from possible death by fire or who knows what. I feel really grateful for getting this. Hopefully I get to test it out soon!
-- “Because people are dead, it does not follow that they were stupid.” – David Pye