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I am looking a this pic but I don't recall ever seeing a set without handles.

Is anyone familiar with the maker or provide any other info?

Thanks
Mark
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Tongue    I'm Curious about these Gouges sawnuts I am looking a this ...
Those are odd.  I thought at first about Warren Tool gouges (their website), but the shanks seem way too short.  Maybe some other company's attempt at interchangeable tools for a single handle.[url=https://warrencutlery.com/][/url]
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  I'm Curious about these Gouges sawnuts I am looking a this ...
Those were made for the patternmaking trade. Probably Freeman or Kindt-Collins handled them. I have a handle and a straight blade. Either I could sell you them or you could sell me yours.
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  RE: I'm Curious about these Gouges castguy2003 Those were made for ...
(06-20-2019, 04:48 PM)castguy2003 Wrote: Those were made for the patternmaking trade. Probably Freeman or Kindt-Collins handled them. I have a handle and a straight blade. Either I could sell you them or you could sell me yours.

Thanks cast guy,

These are not mine. I'm going to a sale tomorrow and these will be for sale. Just curious.

I am not a carver but they interested me.

Are they good tools? Worth having?

Mark
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  I'm Curious about these Gouges sawnuts I am looking a this ...
Yes, they are good. Not on a par with high end carving tools but worth about $25-40 without handles.
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like many woodturners today, I imagine that back in the days when pattern makers were common, a good many of them would prefer to save a few bucks on the tools and make their own handles that fit their particular style of work.

Pretty cool find!
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Those shanks seem so short...I'd worry about them coming out of the handles if any grunt was applied to the work.
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  RE: I'm Curious about these Gouges Bill_Houghton Those shanks seem so...
(06-20-2019, 05:29 PM)Bill_Houghton Wrote: Those shanks seem so short...I'd worry about them coming out of the handles if any grunt was applied to the work.

The handle is a taper fit. Lock in quite nicely
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  RE: I'm Curious about these Gouges castguy2003 [quote='Bill_Houghto...
(06-20-2019, 06:02 PM)castguy2003 Wrote: The handle is a taper fit. Lock in quite nicely

Pass unless you are pattern making. Depending on what you want to carve, the tools you need are fairly specific. And those aren't them!
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(06-20-2019, 11:53 AM)sawnuts Wrote: I am looking a this pic but I don't recall ever seeing a set without handles.

Is anyone familiar with the maker or provide any other info?

Thanks
Mark
So Mark, Did you get the chisels?
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