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  1. Hey guys .... So far nobody has been able to identify this antique hand tool.....
  2. Hi! So, I came across some unusual hand tools that were beautiful, but I have no idea what theyre for:D Any help is greatly appreciated:D
  3. All i have to go by are the numbers on the motor. I previously thought this was made by Another company but support team denied making them.
  4. I'm trying to find the manufacture of a beloved tool that my father owns. He's had it for many years and the manufacturer or model number wore off long ago. It's a high carbon steel pry bar/scraper that tappers down to a very fine edge on one end with a ~90 degree pry section on the other end. This gives it a degree of flexibility that is very nice when working with drywall and other narrow openings. Helps prevent damage. I've attached some photos and would be very grateful if anyone could provide information about the origins of this tool and where to find something similar. Thanks,
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