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Bigjay77

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Cannot believe my eyes when I looked up and seen this on the top shelf and then antique store I want over and grabbed it and seen the button about fell over. And only paid 17.50 for it...... all the parts move on it needs a little TLC

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Nice find!!!!!!! Some guys have all the luck, good on you!
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Sweet
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PaulM

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Very  cool, what year is that?
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How do you adjust the base for different radii?
I do see a bit of rust near the ends. Be careful of breaking those rivets, same with the rivets by the mouth. Theses are weak points in metallic compass planes.

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I have a lot of mitre boxes but I'm not a collector [rolleyes]
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is it that rusty thumb screw in pic 3?
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