I just can’t help it, I spend so much time trying to re-organize my shop, building extra storage space for tools, sorting, weeding out duplicates, and then I hear of a giant yard sale/Flea market and I just gotta go! I’m being green about it; I carry my canvas grocery totes with me so it’s all good, right? Tools of interest, for my soon-to-be-constructed genuine imitation Melhuish toolbox/workbench, well, I can’t really put brand-new tools in this turn-of-the-century work of art, now can I? Here goes:
Okay…two very nice, very old oilstones in fitted ebony(?) cases, Lufkin 24” folding rule, nice brass/rosewood 10” square, Eclipse #77 saw set, some C-clamps including ‘record’, early brass “Singer” sewing machine oiler, and 4 old handsaws.
Now, the oddity of the day: Yeah, a genuine “Leytool” major two-speed 3 jaw breast drill!! It was too weird to pass up! Whole thing was under $20 total, made me a happy camper for very little money.
-- Einstein: "The intuitive mind is a sacred gift, and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift." I'm Poopiekat!!