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These Instruments are next in quality to the Superior German, shown on the preceeding pages. They are fitted with. a Flat Joint, and will, in many cases, take the place of the higher-priced tools. We recommend them especially to students and mechanics who do not, from the nature of their work, require the more expensive instruments.

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, to fit any straight edge ; with two Steel Points, Pencil, Pen, and Needle Points. contains one Instrument, one Instrument, Set No. 56 contains one Instrument No. 52 ; one Instrument No. 50 ; one Instrument No. 44; one 5i in, Ruling Pen, with Joint and Pin; one 4 in. Ruling Pen, with Joint; one Box of Leads; one Key. Price, complete, $8.50.


Set No. 58 contains one Instrument No 52 ; one lnstrument No. 50 ; one Instrument No. 46; one Steel Bow Divider; one Steel Bow Pencil; one Steel Bow Pen (all Bows are 31 inches long); one 5i in. Ruling Pen, with Joint and Pin; one 4 inch Ruling Pen, with Joint; one Box of Leads; one Key. Price, complete, $12-50.

GERMAN INSTRUMENTS. We show here a grade of German Instruments similar in pattern to the firm German Instruments just described, but they are carried only in sets. Their low price and fair quality make them very desirable sets for those who cannot or do not care to buy the more expensive ones. They are used a great deal in school work, and are much better than any of the brass instruments that are made and usually sold for this purpose. Set No. 60 contains the same Instruments as No. 59, with the addition of one 31 inch Plain Divider. All sets are shown without covers to save space, but each set comes in a nice case with cover, as shown in Figs. 1662 and 1663.

German instruments are a good value