CYCLOPS NAIL PULLER.
The Nail Puller is for many purposes an excellent tool, and the one shown here embraces, we believe, more good features than any other in the market. The handle forming part of the pressure foot saves the hand from cut or injury by the blow of the ram. It is very simple, having but four parts, the jaws being drop-forged from tool steel.
STYLE OF HICKORY AND LIGNUM VITAE MALLETS.
The Hickory Mallets are made of good, sound clean stock, and are very much superior to the hickory mallets commonly sold, although not of the choicest second growth hickory. Can furnish the latter to order only and in quantities.
Our Lignum Vitae Mallets are made from the finest quality wood, and are unusually fine.
On Mallets Nos. 1, 2 and 3 the handles are threaded and screwed in ; on other sizes the handles are driven in. The No. 1 size weighs in Lignum Vitm about 2 lbs. 8 oz.; the No. 2, 2 lbs.; the No. 5, 1 lb. The Hickory weigh about 25 per cent less.
For many purposes the Rawhide Mallets are superior. We carry quite a variety of sizes.
HIDE FACED HAMMER.
This is called Hide Faced Hammer to distinguish it from the Rawhide Mallets. For 90 per cent of the purposes to which a mallet is put, these Hammers will be found superior, and in our humble judgment one of them is worth a half dozen of the best ordinary mallets. They possess two great advantages ; first, small bulk, and second, great durability. A pair of extra Facesis furnished with each Hammer, and when worn out can be replaced at small cost.
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These Mallets are made of choice Lignum vitm and Hickory.
No. Hickory. Lignum vitm. Size.
1 $0.23 $0.35 24x4
2 0.28 .40 3x44
3 0.35 .45 34x5
NOTE. —Can furnish Rubber Mallets, Rawhide Mauls, Copper and Babbit Metal Hammers, Stone Masons' Mallets, etc., etc. Most of these are described and priced in our Metal Workers' catalogue entitled "A Book of Tools "
In calling attention to our line of Hickory Handles, permit us to say, that we sell but one quality. The Handles illustrated and priced here—or rather the handles we send out—are all made from best quality White, Selected, Second Growth Hickory. The actual cost in the time of renewing a handle in a tool is usually more than the cost of a handle itself. Ninety per cent of the handles sold are of indifferent quality. Our Handles are uncommonly good, our prices on them uncommonly high, and we appeal only to that class of trade who are willing to pay a good price for good handles. We can furnish to order any special style of Handles wanted, and know a little something about other kinds of handles ; such as Rake, Hoe, Pitchfork, Shovel
SLEDGE HANDLE, Fig. 3263, is used for SLEDGES, MAULS, STRIKING HAMMERS, Etc.
For Machinists' Hammers—Small, 10 to 12 In., Each, $0.07; Doz., $0.60: Regular, 14 to 18 in., Each, $0.08; Doz., $0.80: Carpenters', Each, $0.08 ; Doz., $0.80.
Hatchet Handles, Each, $0.08; Doz., $0.80. Hand or Bench Axe Handles, Each, $0.10; Doz., $1.00.
but very strong; good for ripping things apart and hammering them together.
One of the hammer faces is plain, the other milled; is drop-forged from solid cast steel.