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stephen critchley
« on: May 25, 2013 06:12:00 AM »

Due to the fact our tools have change so little over the years I use chisels passed down and bought from car boots that are over 100 years old every day. It's a tradition to pass chisels down to your apprentice that have your mark on them (mine is XII) I have a couple that have the mark on of my apprentice master give in the 80's, his master's 1940's, his 1920's and finally his master given around 1890.
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