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Antique French Carved Wood Shoe or Boot Snuff Box, Pique, Carved Portrait, c.1700s #1 French Shoes, How To Bend Wood, Antique Boxes, Selling Antiques
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Antique French Carved Wood Shoe or Boot Snuff Box, Pique, Carved Portrait, c.1700s #1
three different types of shoes with designs on the soles and one is made out of wood
Antique Georgian Era Carved Wood Shoe Snuff Box, Bone Profile, ...
an old wooden sculpture with a knife stuck in it
a large knife with a statue on top of it
Carved boxwood knife handle with Pomona and Vertumnus
a pair of pliers are laying on top of a piece of material that has been cut into pieces
FS: Asprey/London MOP-Covered Quill Cutter!
How does it work? Lay the unit flat, pull up the metal handle up, slip the end of the quill thru the opening on the end, press the handle down with even pressure, pull the handle up again, slip the quill out and VOILA, your tip is cut and ready to be fine-tuned then dipped in your favorite ink... : Asprey/London MOP-Covered Quill Cutter! - Historical Sales Forums - The Fountain Pen Network
This penknife has a total of sixteen short, folding blades. They are slender with pointed ends. Before the introduction of steel pen nibs, quills made from feathers were used for writing. Penknives were used to cut the quill to provide a perfect point for writing. The end of the feather was first cut to a point. A small, vertical nick was then cut into the very tip of the quill to enable the ink to flow evenly onto the page. Joseph Rodgers & Sons later developed an automatic quill cutter. Short Folding, Elegant Writing, Famous Star, Happy City, Object Design, Comparison Chart, Zombie Survival, Water Wheel
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This penknife has a total of sixteen short, folding blades. They are slender with pointed ends. Before the introduction of steel pen nibs, quills made from feathers were used for writing. Penknives were used to cut the quill to provide a perfect point for writing. The end of the feather was first cut to a point. A small, vertical nick was then cut into the very tip of the quill to enable the ink to flow evenly onto the page. Joseph Rodgers & Sons later developed an automatic quill cutter.
a coin sitting on top of a pile of forks
!!!!!PRICE REDUCED!!!!! Antique Joseph Rodgers & Sons Of Sheffield, England Miniature 40 Blade Exhibition Knife – Wayne Driskill Miniature Firearms
Antique Joseph Rodgers & Sons Of Sheffield, England Miniature 40 Blade Exhibition Knife – Wayne Driskill Miniature Firearms
an old wooden sculpture with a knife stuck in it
an old wooden sculpture with a knife stuck in it
a knife that is laying on top of a black tablecloth with a brown handle
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Antico coltello romano / ancien couteau romano /antique knife romano
a swiss army knife with two knives attached to it's blade and hooks
English Late-19th Century Coachman's Pocket Knife
English Late-19th Century Coachman's Pocket Knife, large Victorian coachman's pocket knife with a series of interesting multi tools. No doubt used primarily for maintenance of carriage and horses. With simulated ivory slab grips. Maker marked to Walker and Co of Sheffield, England.
an old pair of scissors and a leather case
Batemans
cavalry officer's penknife by Turner & Co, cutlers to his Majesty, the blade marked Junior Army and Navy J A & N, WWI era, circa 1914-1918, in original brown pigskin carry case, to include two blades, corkscrew, button hook, a horses hoof pick, a boot hook, etc, measuring approximately 11.5cm when closed. Provenance: previously made for Gordon Smith of the King's Hussars, by descent to the vendor.