Day No.73 – Progress

The basement is looking better already! We have put in some shelving units to get things off the floor, and have found some really beautiful old electrical equipment in the process. Vintage voltmeters in wood carrying cases by General Electric and other companies with original documentation – porcelain lighting fixtures – antique laboratory lighting – mercoid meters – copper coils and wire and more….

In addition to the electrical equipment, there are a number of amazing woodworking tools, one of which is a rare Sandusky No.132 rosewood screwstem plough. We also found more books and publications, many of which document most of the old manufacturers in the US and their inventory!

Here are a few photos:

Collection of Modern Machine Shop publications

Collection of Modern Machine Shop publications

 

Late 19th century cabinets

Late 19th century cabinets

 

Some of the catalogues

Some of the catalogues

 

 

P1140581

 

 

P1140570

 

 

A peek at the new shelves

A peek at the new shelves

 

Antique woodworkers compass

Antique woodworkers compass

 

 

Sandusky No.132

Sandusky No.132

 

 

 

 

2 responses

    • Yes, there are some catalogues and such that I have found so far. I can try and post some pictures this week.

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