On 13 Sep 2004 01:39:29 -0700, email@example.com (R.H.) wrote:
Leather slitting cutter
The long fence is an adjustable guide, the short knife under the
handles cuts the leather.
It's not a leather "plough", they're built heavier and have a couple
of other differences.
Thanks for the info, looks like it might have been a part of a
paperweight like the one in this photo:
I bought mine for a dollar at the antique mall.
Yuppers. Inductees/pledges receive a rough sandcasting that
they're supposed to smooth and polish prior to initiation.
#125 looks like a carrying handle of some sort. Slide the "L"
under the load, slide the handle down the "L" until it contacts
the load, and when lifted the load (of ?) is clinched between the
two projections. Looks like it'd work best in multiples for
carrying sheets of something.
I'm still researching this one, so I'll put this on my list of
possible answers. I'm heavily leaning towards it being a bookbinder's
If some or all of the photos on my page aren't appearing it's because
my image host is having server problems, hopefully it will be cleared
It looks a lot like the peizo-electric trigger for a grill. If it
has resistance and then clicks and feels loose, that's probably
what it is. If it sparks across the two wires or the
middle/bottom wire and the ground/ shell, that is what it is.
Dave in Fairfax
Yes, it's a piezo-electric sparker. I bought it for the following
science experiment: poke a hole in the lid of one of those black film
canisters, insert the wire leads, put in a couple drops of alcohol or
perfume, put on the lid and then push the button. You get a small
explosion that sends the canister flying about ten or twenty feet.
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