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    Here is an other one done. Click image for larger version

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    Re: Picture frame

    You are one busy restorer, Jacques.
    Thank you for rescuing stuff from 'garbage.'

    Noel
    Noel

    "Being so impressed with the beauty of nature, I never cease to be amazed at how the
    'touch of the human hand' can transform it into another kind of beauty that is so uniquely human.
    "

    John Snow, Outdoorsman and Retired Teacher

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    • #3

      Re: Picture frame

      Looks Great it that one or a pair?
      Jerome
      Canada's South Coast

      Port Colborne On.
      Every loaf of bread is a tragic tale of grains that could've become whiskey.......but didn't....

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      • #4

        Re: Picture frame

        Originally posted by Jerome View Post
        Looks Great it that one or a pair?
        Nope just one tool, it is for gluing to two parts together, tomorow I will be doing the miter saw, also a Stanley Click image for larger version

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        • #5

          Re: Picture frame

          I used to help my Dad make frames on that mitre saw, more than 50 years ago. I only use it occasionally now, but with great memories.

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            Re: Picture frame

            Done, the 100 and the 400 Click image for larger version

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            • #7

              Re: Picture frame

              Inspired by Jacques, I cleaned my similar H C Marsh box that I acquired in trade recently. Had to try a test cut as soon as it was clean, and before doing any re-finishing (which may never happen ), and it works fine.
              Marsh was taken over by Stanley in 1926, and you can see the Marsh design reflected in the Stanley boxes. I used my Atkins 26" mitre saw to test it (by coincidence my Atkins saw has a faint blade etch identifying it as made for a Stanley 100 box)

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                Re: Picture frame

                Originally posted by kiwi View Post
                Inspired by Jacques, I cleaned my similar H C Marsh box that I acquired in trade recently. Had to try a test cut as soon as it was clean, and before doing any re-finishing (which may never happen ), and it works fine.
                Marsh was taken over by Stanley in 1926, and you can see the Marsh design reflected in the Stanley boxes. I used my Atkins 26" mitre saw to test it (by coincidence my Atkins saw has a faint blade etch identifying it as made for a Stanley 100 box)
                This is a beautifull saw. Love it

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