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       #1641

    Hah! The year was too easy, how long is the needle??
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       #1642

    Tews said:
    Hah! The year was too easy, how long is the needle??

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       #1643

    wheres dwarf? i got a pic if im correct
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    boohbah said:
    wheres dwarf? i got a pic if im correct
    He's gone for high tea :)
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       #1645

    Jerry is correct. It is a 1940s Domestic (White) sewing machine, looking up from underneath towards the footplate showing where the bobbin is located (the bobbin provides the lower thread for the stitching).

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       #1646

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       #1647

    watch (or clock) makers lathe ?
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       #1648

    Lens Grinder?
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    pebbly said:
    watch (or clock) makers lathe ?
    blooming heck pebbly ,no flies on you .

    This antique brass "engine" is used to form or modify the tooth profiles of watch gears. For a new gear, the teeth can be cut with a simple saw made to form a square notch with the proper circular pitch and depth. The rounding-up tool will then round off the square corners of the tooth tips to form epicycloidial addenda
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       #1650

    Aaand the first correct guess prize for pebbly.
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