Six Carpenter's Tools from the 18th and Early 19th CenturiesSix Carpenter's Tools from the 18th and Early 19th CenturiesSix Carpenter's Tools from the 18th and Early 19th CenturiesSix Carpenter's Tools from the 18th and Early 19th CenturiesSix Carpenter's Tools from the 18th and Early 19th CenturiesSix Carpenter's Tools from the 18th and Early 19th CenturiesSix Carpenter's Tools from the 18th and Early 19th CenturiesSix Carpenter's Tools from the 18th and Early 19th CenturiesSix Carpenter's Tools from the 18th and Early 19th Centuries

These gimlets and awls - carpenter's tools for boring holes were found in an old barn near Valley Forge, PA. The farm dates from the mid 1700's, and these tools were probably in use from Colonial times until the mid 1800's. They would make a nice display for your favorite wood worker or carpenter.

Included are six tools. All show signs of use. From left to right, as shown: 2 3/4" corkscrew, 4" all metal, 4 1/2" all metal 4 3/4" wood handle 3 3/8" all metal 2 3/4", wood handle, threaded end

If you are only interested in one or two, please make an offer.

Item ID: A - 1218


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Six Carpenter's Tools from the 18th and Early 19th Centuries

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