Tuesday, February 16, 2010


Both of these tools were used in the same
trade, and within the same century.

what trade (specific) and century?
specific tool names will have potential bonus.

2 opinionated prattle:

Stan said...

The top one is a "hole Saw" and was used in construction of buildings (carpentry) when they were pegged with wood dowels in the 1800's. The second, is a bicycle chain driven drill, it was invented by a guy by the name of Walt DeWalt. did I win the table saw? I can pick it up as soon as it is available.

jd plumma said...

The century is correct and "specific" was filled in nicely.
The trade happens to be a smidgen off, though.
I suppose I might have to give you 100% for keeping up with my twisted self as a bonus (one word).

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