Discussion in 'Tools' started by Ellya, Apr 15, 2021.
Hello, Does anyone know what period they come from and what the signs mean?
I wonder if one sign is an airship? They were all rusty, but they were cleaned up like this.
Short nose diagonal cutting pliers/side cutters.
Does the symbol mean forged?
i lile the bear grabbing the bee hive..!
The mark looks like an ocarina.
indeed it does...
I was thinking along the lines of a fat blacksmith working in his forge. . .but then maybe I watch too many episodes of "Forged in Fire".
Thank you all. In fact, this sign looks like an ocarina ... and the other is a bear along with honey. I need to know what period they come from. Maybe I'll write to the manufacturer. The company exists. They now manufacture precision tools
before ya go...could you show us a pic of the whole item....open and closed , so we might get a better idea of what it's used for...
Diagonal pliers are pliers intended for the cutting of wire.
Do you like the name 'channellock' diagonal pliers better?
However, the one the OP is showing is a short nosed version.
So, I'm thinking wire cutters also......but the ones you've shown...like the ones in my tool box.....are 7 to 9 inches........
This puppy is 486 feet long..........which gives me pause !
I was wondering if these are not medical in some way ?
There are letters on the rivets. E, R or B. For what reason? Craftsman's initials ...? I think they are from Germany. I think they are wrought iron. I think they may be around 100 years old or older ... True or false, who knows ...
yer right ...i wasn't paying attention............and now i'm paying for that !!
Oh, cut it out!
hello, I got the information from the manufacturer. I'm excited
Hello, this kooks really interesting. Give us some time ples, maybe we can find some information in our older calatogs. The sign under the bear is very strange. We´ve never seen it before
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