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  • #16
    Re: turning profiles for hones

    Ironically I just got rid of two of those machines. One was virtually identical to this one. Not one antique dealer was interested in it. The only way I got rid of them,,is one made it to recycling,,the other I just gave to the dealer,,he's a close friend,,but still didn't really want it.

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    • #17
      Re: turning profiles for hones

      wow, cannot understand that... wish i knew you had these machines.... it seems be quite different in your place, here they are searched for.... and, i would like have one again, for memory reason...

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      • #18
        Re: turning profiles for hones

        Estate auctions in my neck of the woods are a curious affair. Kind of like a charity auction. Items of little value bring top dollar as long as can easily be hauled away. One other antique that sold for little or nothing was a huge two man crosscut saw....17 bucks, two draw knives in excellent conditon went for $3, I seldom attend estate auctions but should I decide to do so again I vow to have money in my pockets next time.

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