Draw Knives from 1897 0024

DRAW KNIVES.

The line of Draw Knives shown here is very complete, and we believe they will be found in point of quality all that can be desired.
In the regular styles (Figs. 3134 to 3136) comprising Razor Blade Carpenters', Carriage Makers', Wagon Makers', and Shingle Knives, we furnish the handsomest and best finished line ever placed on the market. The handles are of Rosewood or Cocobola, and the knives are of extra fine finish, the blades being highly polished and ground sharp. The blades are forged from bey; quality tool steel.

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This is the style of knife we sell the most of. Sizes given are length of blade. Average width of blade 1 in.


Size, 6 7 8 10 12 Each, $0.90 $0.95 $1.00 $1.10 $1.20

WAGON MAKERS' AND SHINGLE KNIVES.

The Wagon Makers' Knife is heavier than the Razor Made Carpenters'; aver-age width of blade about 11 in.
Size, 6 8 10 12
Each, $1.00 $1.10 $1.20 $1.35
The Shingle Knife is a still heavier Knife than the Wagon Makers'. Aver-age width of blade about 11 in.
Size, 10 12 14 16
Each, $1.35 $1.50 $1.60 $1.70

CARRIAGE KNIFE.

The Carriage Knife is a narrow bladed knife bevelled on both sides ; average width of blade about in.
Size 6 8
Each $0.95 $1.10

ADJUSTABLE HANDLE DRAWING KNIVES

This is a very commonly used style of Knife. In these Knives we handle the best lines obtainable.
FIG. 3138. SHAPE OF CARRIAGE
OR SCROLL KNIFE.
This is a narrow knife, beveled on both sides. Blades are n ton in. wide.
Size 6 8
Each $0.70
FIG. 3139.
SHAPE OF COACH MAKERS' KNIFE.
This is the wide pattern, beveled on both sides. Blades are 11 to H in. wide.
6 8 10
$0.80 $0.85 $1.00
(Showing Knife Folded.)
FIG. 3140. FOLDING AND ADJUSTABLE HANDLE DRAW KNIFE.
The Folding and Adjustable Handle
Draw Knife has a number of advantageous features; it is compact, an 8 inch
knife with handle folded occupying a
space of about 13 x 2i in. The folding
handle protects the blade from injury,
thus saving time in grinding and put-
ting knife in order, and the owner need
have no fear of being cut while looking
for other tools. It is much easier to grind, and the handles can be adjusted in all directions. The blades are formed from solid steel bars, carefully tempered and ground, and are of the very best quality.
FIG. 3141. CHAMFER ATTACHMENTS.
This is a very useful Attachment to a draw knife; prevents the knife from drawing into the work and spoiling it, makes every chamfer alike, and can be adjusted to any width. They are nicely finished and nickel plated, are made in four sizes : No. 1 fitting blades *- to 1 inch, No. 2, A to 1.1- inch; No. 3, 1-- to 1H inch; and No. 4, 1H to 11 inch. Price, per set, $0.55; postage 6 cents.

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ENGLISH TOOL BASKETS.

When a Yankee carpenter has a little job to do a few squares or a few miles from the shop, he takes his tool box with tools (about 30 lbs. of tools, 15, sometimes 25 lbs. of box) shoulders it, and starts off to his work. Now, we do not mean to quarrel with him for doing
ENGLISH TOOL BASKET. ORDINARY. CLOTH LINED.
The practice of sending goods C. O. D. (Collect On Delivery) is, fortunately, growing less common. It entails extra expense both to the buyer and seller, and usually indicates distrust and suspicion. In these days it is not a difficult matter to ascertain the commercial standing of a business house.
Therefore, we will not send goods C. O. D-
The average width of the Carpenters' Knife is about 1 in. Each,
(Showing both handles thrown back for grinding.)
this, but would suggest that it was about time to do away with the box business and use a Tool Basket. The middle size weighs about eighteen ounces, and while the difference in weight between the box and basket (from ten to twelve pounds) is not much for a single lift, it certainly makes a very material difference in a walk of a mile or two
This basket can be carried over the shoulder by a stick shoved through both handles, or a piece of sash cord, or when only a few tools are used, it can be carried the same as a valise. The middle size measures when round, about 21 inches in diameter, and when flattened sidewise by the shape and weight of the long tools (as jointer and saws), about 33 inches. They are soft and pliable, very strong, and with fairly decent usage will last for years.

Draw Knives from 1897